NoiseTrade Roundup 12.02.2015

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?


Rain For Roots – Waiting Songs (Sampler)

Waiting Songs is an album of Advent. These songs are about making time for waiting. The King is coming and He is already here. So we practice listening, quieting ourselves, celebrating, whispering good news, and yelling shouts of joy. In the Rain for Roots family, we practice most of all by singing to ourselves, to each other, and to our children about true things. He is coming — the Joy of Every Longing Heart. Our longing hearts. Grown ups and children; we are the same in this. Through these songs, may God call us closer into conversation with Himself while we wait and hope with expectation. He comes to make His blessings flow far as the curse is found.

Jacki Drane – Author And Finisher

This is a original song based on Hebrews chapter 12.

Kipp & Joe – Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs

A driving kick drum, a chugging acoustic guitar, a punchy mandolin, and a folksy sound. Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs is a collection of worship songs that is meant to be listened to and sung within the context of community.

Jean Miller & Rebekah Heinz – Songs In The Night

The music of Songs in the Night was inspired by the personal journeys of two musicians through different night seasons. Despite the fact that circumstances can sometimes seem very dark, there is always precious hope and light to be found when we turn our gaze toward Jesus, the true source of life and light. When we are surrounded by various forms of darkness, His light and love often appear brighter and clearer than at any other time. That is the beauty of Songs in the Night.

The Many – Advent & Christmas 2015

The new songs in this collection, written for Advent & Christmas, speak of both faith and doubt, despair and hope, lament and longing. Many of them came out of reflection on The Magnificat, Mary’s song from Luke 1, and the story of Jesus’ birth, and how those words from so long ago resonate with our current headlines, how, like so many on our planet today, Jesus was born without privilege or power or even a welcoming bed.

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