NoiseTrade Roundup 11.04.2015

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?


Tristin Roberts – Come Adore

A collection of some of my favorite Christmas songs, sprinkled a couple of originals and remakes. May you have an incredible season of joy and love!

Jacob Rudd – Arise Ye Saints

Arise Ye Saints is an album to inspire you. It will inspire you to want to be a saint. It will inspire you to want to love Jesus more. It was recorded at home in both Omaha, Nebraska and Brainerd, Minnesota.

Aaron Shah – My Heart’s Desire

“Sing to the Lord a new song.” (Psalm 96:1) is both a calling and a heart cry for Aaron Shah. “My Heart’s Desire” is Aaron’s first worship recording and contains new songs that were birthed in times of spontaneous worship, that have now been skilfully crafted into new anthems for the church to sing.

Christine Sine – Brigit And The Hospitality Of God

This beautiful collection includes litanies and songs inspired by ancient Celtic prayers and African American folk music. Enjoy the hospitality of our generous God as you recite the responsive readings and imagine yourself worshipping amongst God’s wonderful creation or sitting with the Celtic saint, Brigit, at the banquet feast of God.

Pete McAllen – Blue Barn Sessions

Blue Barn Sessions is a live EP, reworking four songs from Pete McAllen’s debut album “I Hear Your Voice.” In spring 2015 we spent a day worshipping and recording these raw, intimate acoustic arrangements in north Cambridgeshire’s Blue Barn Studio.

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