There is a subtle electro-pop grace to this offering. Think Moby meets Kari with all the attention to electronic detail and all the power of Jesus-culture-esque anthemic worship songs.
Ellie Holcombe’s sophomore album, Red Sea Road, reflects hope and light while portraying southern gospel and country influences to her distinctly acoustic indie pop style.
The recordings on this EP are passionately well produced, with lush depths of sonic brilliance and musical excellence.
Prestonwood Worship embraces the contemporary modern worship genre with excellence through big name artists backed by both mass choir and a standard worship band.
Split the Sky is the sound of ancient-future faith, pushing the limits of modern worship style while pulling in retro sounds from eras past.
Mostly organic, sounding they were recorded with a standup piano and a roomful of outstanding musicians, these hymns are acoustic and vulnerable.
Hillsong Worship, that is to say, beautifully produced high-energy worship and praise with musical quality, passion, and clarity.
Never Lose Sight is the much-anticipated release from Chris Tomlin, and it features another diverse group of songs for the church to sing. The first two songs on the album will already be familiar to most listeners. Tomlin’s ve...
Retro sunshine pop of the 60s meets indie guitar rock of today. Fresh, exciting, and founded on Scripture.
Switchfoot’s classic rock guitar sound mixed with 1960’s psychedelia + a great deal of earnestness.
Bright and beautiful. If you want acoustic-driven Wickham, go to his Singalong CDs, Children of God is pure high-energy synth praise. Guitars are fully present but mostly as background/scaffolding to hold up the beats and Wickh...
Piano and guitar-driven anthemic pop fueled by experienced and eclectic writers, musicians, and vocalists.
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