NoiseTrade Roundup 06.03.2015

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?


Ross King – Unfettered

In May 2012, my father drowned while fishing in the Gulf of Mexico. In the aftermath of his death, I struggled with grief, depression, and unbelief. These are the songs that came out of that time. This is the most honest and vulnerable I’ve ever been, but also the most joyful and free.

Brandon Booth – Brandon Booth

This is my first album released on Noisetrade! I wanted to put some of the stuff I have been working on up onto my account, so I decided to make a self titled EP. These songs are just some of the things I have been working on in my free time. Stay tuned for a full album to released sometime in the summer. The album’s focus will the pardon for our sins through Christ Jesus. Until then, I hope you enjoy this! If you are able, please support this music by tipping and sharing it with your friends. Thanks so much!

Tim Milner – The Epic Hymns

Modern Rock take on classic Hymns

Ryan Proudfoot – Satisfied

These songs were written from a season in my life where I struggled to find satisfaction in my relationship with God, my surroundings, my achievements, and ultimately finding I had a deep lack of contentment with where God had me in life. These songs were the avenue of speaking over myself honesty, owning my brokenness, and asking God to continue to do a work in my heart towards being satisfied. I hope this album can help you find healing in many different ways, but I would also encourage you with this: Your brokenness could quite possibly be the avenue by which God exudes his greatest strength.

John Chisum – Beauty Will Save The World

Beauty Will Save the World is a new collection of songs of hope from veteran songwriter and artist, John Chisum. With his eclectic musical palette, John delivers a refreshing blend of acoustic sounds, rock/blues riffs, organic melodies, and southern tenderness in a range of styles reminiscent of Nickel Creek, Andrew Ripp, and All Sons and Daughters with a subtle nod to the Muscle Shoals sound. His existing fan base will recognize his lush poetic lyric style and strong vocals with a decided new aggression. New fans will find a seasoned poet and lyricist who isn’t here to play church.

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