NoiseTrade Roundup 10.28.2015

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?


Church Of The Apostles – Lumen

Like the radiant glow of many lamps brought together, Church of the Apostles’ new album, Lumen (latin for “light” or “opening”), is the result of a massive work of collaboration by members of our community. Featuring the well-sung songs of our church and mirroring our Sunday liturgy’s movement through gathering, word, meal and sending, Lumen invites us all into the luminous heart of one humble expression of Christ’s church. In a world often scared to hope, we pray that this collection of original and traditional songs of the Church might be an invitation to gather around the illimitable and illuminating love of God.

Pure Evidence – Devotional Live Worship

Pure Evidence is Mark and Brenda Schmidt who are husband and wife. Praise and Worship music is their passion and they present their music unto the Lord for Intercessory Prayer and Healings. We hope you will be ignited by His Holy Spirit through their music ministry. This cd was recorded live during one of the Nevada House of Prayer – Henderson Devotional Worship times. May it bless you.

Nathan Wesley Smith – Less Of Me

Released in 2003 and rereleased in 2010, Less of Me was Nathan’s first solo album recorded almost exclusively with one microphone and his first laptop computer. Good friends Mike and Jay Weaver of Big Daddy Weave, Mark Moses, David Vest and several others donated their amazing musical gifts to help make this album a reality. Chronicling a very difficult season of growth and transition, Less of Me is a reminder of God’s goodness in trial. Favorites include Nothing But The Blood, Psalm 19 & Lord Over All.

Kingdom Theory – Songs Of Worship

All your favorite worship songs are on this album

Salt Of The Sound – Echoes Of Wonder EP

Echoes Of Wonder is their most personal release to date, reflecting on the amazing and unexpected ways that God works through different life situations: the album continues the unique blend of electronic synths, subtle vocal harmonies, and thoughtful lyrical messages that Salt Of The Sound have become known for, while also incorporating a renewed focus on organic sounds and evolving atmospheres.

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