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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This is the first installment of a series called “The Living Room Session”. There is something so special and powerful when you get a group of people together and just sing. No major production. No frills. No hype. I started leading worship when I was a kid in a living room full of people. This is how it all began. Going back to the start. Back to the heart. The Living Room Sessions.
A Time To Confess and Be Forgiven is a mixture of scripture, liturgical prayers, and guided prayer times set to cinematic/ambient electronic music. It begins with a time of confession and prayer and moves into a time to hear the good news of the forgiveness offered through Jesus Christ and ends with a time of thanksgiving. This is intended to be used as a spiritual growth tool and worship resource.
Please enjoy these selections from Carl Thomas Gladstone’s ongoing collaboration with the hymn writers of the past. This collection is being shared in honor of the launch of the Conspiritor Collective, young artists creating beautiful expressions of God’s riches for the transformation of the church and world.
A place to focus through Holy Week and Easter -FOR YOU- “A unique song written with her husband Moustapha, “For You” took years to come to fruition. And how glad I am that the couple finished this exceptional song! Focused on Jesus’ sacrifice, it’s both a unique Communion song and a moving worship song. The rhythm section supports Rebekah’s spirited vocals creating a pulsing, tribal feel similar to the music of Covenant Award winning singer/songwriter Cheryl Bear. This pounding, driving rhythm captures the call of Destiny underlying the Savior’s sacrifice. What a song!” -NewReleaseTuesday 4.5 star Review of Radiant You Album
The first ep of the “Awe” Series. This series of songs are unique in sound and style. A more focused piece of work is what Cedric describes it as, providing consistency in genre whereas Cedric as an Artist tends to be extremely eclectic which he shows in Awe vol. 2 (available at all digital retailers).