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.
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Download these 2 FREE tracks from Element Music! Check out “Front Lines” on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon or where you buy digital music!
“Front Lines” is a rock infused worship album with driving rhythms, inspiring lyrics, and electrifying guitar mixed with soaring strings, piano and synths.
Recorded at Norwood Studios in a suburb of Chicago 1998, this is Gregg Hampton’s first EP bringing friends together to create music that speaks to the heart and speaks about God. Written on Judson College Campus (now University), here for the first time since its release in 1998 Highway 40 is being digitally released. From the title track Highway 40 with its roots in acoustic rock, to Servant connecting the Way of Jesus to the heart of Christianity, to the Quarter Song full of sophomoric jokes and collegiate humor, this EP was a labor (ok, not so laborious, we were in college) of love. Please enjoy!
I wanted to make a project that mirrors the Christian life. This will be a very different project because I did minimal editing and fine tuning. My reason for doing this is simple I hate the pressure of perfection that haunts a Christian. The pressure that makes them lie about there feelings or wear the “everything is fine” mask. Perfection can not be done. It doesn’t exist because we are not Jesus. I’m not perfect. I don’t have it all together. But through my imperfections God will be glorified.life. So, this is Brave enjoy.
The songs of Even A Sparrow are a part of a three-year story about learning to trust God’s faithfulness. In a time of pain, disappointment, and nothingness, His faithfulness was demonstrated to my family in love, miracles, and fullness. The musical elements mirror the intimacy and struggle of trusting God, but, also, of the joy and community found in that place.
Throughout the ages, the church has written and sung songs to Jesus. The reason for this is simple. The good news about what Jesus has done for us on the cross—the gospel—is such good news that it makes us want to sing. And the goodness of the news of the gospel is such that it cannot be expressed in one song. So the church has continued writing new songs that help us express with greater depth our freedom, fulfillment, and focus in Christ. These “Songs of Redemption City” are an expression of our love for Christ and of our identity as His church.