Guitar-driven worship with touches of orchestration and EDM in the vein of Hillsong and Worship Central, but a bit more of an American arena-rock style.
EDM-styled driving synth shows up in several of these cuts, but for the most part Set Apart features well executed, standard contemporary worship stylings that work well for both megachurches and mid-sized gatherings.
Very subtle EDM pop, Coldplay-esque emotive power, and straight-to-the-heart worship production.
The sound of the Desperation Band is familiar, yet excitingly fresh, with new voices, bold sounds, and a freedom to explore new styles and take risks with songs.
Bethel meets Vineyard, with inflections of country rock and southern gospel/soul. Rhapsodic, passionate, expressive, emotional…and musical. Serious dynamic range. Contemporary and retro.
pening with a heavy clanging guitar drive is pretty much the only worship cliché on this otherwise outstanding release from Covenant Church in Texas. The worship on Kingdom is powerful, infectious, and musically incredible. The...