Peter Gabriel (more “Red Rain” than “Sledgehammer”) finding a voice in atmospheric sounds and guitar instrumental meditations.
Oxygen is certainly his strongest effort in recent history, so we asked three different worship leaders to give us their take on the release.
Inspirational alt-rock with a bit more fire and heavier guitars at times, Daughtry meets TobMac, ’90s rock (which is today’s Christian radio rock).
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.
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...