NoiseTrade Roundup 05.27.2015

There’s always lots of good worship music on NoiseTrade, and more is being added all the time. Here’s our weekly roundup of the newest worship music available on NoiseTrade.

What great worship music have you found on NoiseTrade lately?


DREAM Label Group – DREAM Foursquare 2015 Compilation

DREAM is proud to partner with Foursquare to provide a hopeful worship album for you to enjoy. This is the perfect album to encourage you as you’re driving to work, getting the kids to school or simply just home alone needing that extra boost. If you’d like to hear more about the songs, check out the bonus video playlist to hear from the artists about what the music means to them. Enjoy!

Catherine Claret Harry – To The Ends Of The Earth

“Come Holy Spirit” is my first single dedicated to the one who made God’s love tangible and with whom I share the most intimate relationship with; my true friend- the Holy Spirit.

Rivergate Music – Friends & Family

“Friends & Family” is the first album from Rivergate Music, a worship music collective of the friends and family of Rivergate Church, in Fort Mill, SC. The album was recorded in a single day, on January 31, 2015, at the home of Robin and Sandra Brinkley, in Charlotte, NC.

Jon SleddWhite – Freedom

Recorded in parts of the Dominican Republic and North Eastern USA, this debut CD of all original work is filled with a blend of Rock, Praise, Worship, a touch of techno, and a bit of big band brass & strings.

Fugitive Music – Songs Of Resistance & Comfort Vol. I

A different kind of devotional album that wrestles with the connection between worship, justice, and creative expression.

A call to peaceful arms for practitioners of the Politics of Jesus, poured out into the world around them. It contributes to an emerging Songbook for followers of The Way. But it’s also an attempt to ask questions, start conversations, and fuel a movement.

NCU Worship Live – Hearts On Fire

It has been our desire in creating this live recording to somehow capture the passionate heart of worship that exists in our NCU faculty, staff, and students. We are continually amazed by all that happens in our daily 11 a.m. chapel service as our entire community gathers to bring praise to Jesus Christ. We all have an unquenchable desire to seek the Lord and to follow in His ways…and to worship him with hearts on fire through music and song.

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