Bethel meets Vineyard, with inflections of country rock and southern gospel/soul. Rhapsodic, passionate, expressive, emotional…and musical. Serious dynamic range. Contemporary and retro.
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.
Biblically rich, mesmerizing vocals, and masterful melodies make this album a go-to for the congregational and personal worship settings.
To achieve this incredible acoustic feel, Remedy Drive employed use of instrumentation that is not usually associated with Christian Rock they work wonderfully to replace sounds that were originally produced by electronic embel...
Economy is the major-label release with the indie heart and sound. When an artist like John Mark McMillan signs on to a label such as Integrity, you half expect everything you loved about his previous release, The Medicine—the ...