NoiseTrade Roundup 01.06.2016

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?


Kim Krenik – The Lion

Kim’s LP featuring a powerful worship song she wrote 5 days after 9/11/2001, attesting to God’s faithfulness throughout time “The Lion”; a song about leaning on the Lord through trials called, “Down Before Him”; and a fun, romantic pop song she cowrote with Robin Welty Pisciotta and John Pisciotta called, “Call Me Crazy”

Sara Aten – Sing Over Me

With rich deep vocals and original music, Sara Aten touches hearts with her transparency and honesty, sharing real life failures and triumphs in Christ, allowing the listener to be free to be real and fall into God’s love and grace.

Calvary Church – V|3

Recorded live at Calvary Church – Englewood, CO.

The Rain Sessions – Session One

Out of a two-roomed converted studio near Lincoln, UK come these five acoustic songs that explore various aspects of life and faith. Session One is the first release from The Rain Sessions. 100% of proceeds go towards Project Cornerstone – a charity run by good friends of ours which helps support disadvantaged children around the world.

Matthew Seipel Anderson (MSA) – Acoustic Tracks

This album took a more singer-songwriter type approach, though it still has some roots in rock & roll. There are some worship songs, some story songs, happy songs, and sad ones too.

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