Joe Brady Awake

NoiseTrade Roundup 09.09.2015

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?

Stu G For All My Days

Stu G – For All My Days

“I needed a new song to release for my Facebook followers as I’d promised that once I hit 10,000 likes, I’d release something new. This song seemed to jump out at me from the start, and has turned out better than I ever imagined.”

Stu also enlisted the help of David Leonard from All Sons And Daughters, putting flesh on the bones of his philosophy that collaboration is vital to this new season of life and work.

Lisa King – Light

Acoustic praise and worship. Bare lyrics with a brave heart.

Jamin Bradley – Molecules Are Bowing Down

This album is made of acoustic versions of original worship songs by Jamin Bradley that are used from time to time in the services at 1208 Greenwood Free Methodist Church in downtown Jackson, MI.

Patternson & Kim – The Depths Of Our Hearts [Recorded Live In Oxford]

All of it was recorded within one time of worship with our student community at Oxford who are passionate about seeing revival break through in the universities surrounding the city, and across the world. This Revival Community meet every Saturday during university term time to pray for intercession, that God would move powerfully. It has given rise to a wonderful culture of, family, service, hospitality, leadership, and of intercessory and passionate worship which we wanted to capture. Many of the songs are ones that are sung frequently by our community; others were written by us in the past, while some simply arose spontaneously on the day. It was an incredible time and we are so blessed to be able to share it with the world.

Joe Brady – Awake

Recorded in Manchester, England, the debut EP by Joe Brady was born out of a desire to see the Church inspired and encouraged to push further into the things of God. It’s an out-pour of adoration for, and gratitude to, God.

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