Elements of pop, rock, R&B, and occasional hints of hip hop, fused together with a singer-songwriter lyrical approach.
Peter Gabriel (more “Red Rain” than “Sledgehammer”) finding a voice in atmospheric sounds and guitar instrumental meditations.
Dylan and his friends have put together a very enjoyable collection of acoustic folksy songs accompanied by guitar, banjo, harmonica, bells, and myriad other instruments and sounds.
A powerful kick drum supports the far ranging guitars and elctro-pop with synthy shades to the overwhelming wash of sound; it sounds simultaneously like chaos and creation's order, set to music.
Ultimately God’s Great Dance Floor is in every way worth the 1,300-odd days we have waited.
Samuel’s songwriting ability paired with his heart to lead the Church in the Worship of God fuse perfectly to create a beautiful, artistic and useful worship record for the Church.