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Here Be Lions: Only A Holy God

Nashville-based worship artists, Here Be Lions, takes its name from the ancient mapping tradition in which explorers marked unknown, dangerous territory with a symbol...

Bethel Music: Moments: Mighty Sound

In the craziness of life, sometimes we can get so busy that we forget to take a moment to refocus ourselves on what is...

Worship Central: Stir A Passion

Birmingham, UK based Worship collective, Worship Central's fifth worship release, Stir a Passion, is anchored by worship leaders Tim Hughes and Luke and Anna...

Kevin Max: AWOL

For his thirteenth solo project, Max dives deep into the early 80’s, delivering a love letter to British New Wave and post-punk bands from...

Namo: Rain

Producer/composer Asher Peterson’s EP, a collection of five electronic compositions running from the mellow to the inspiring, with assists from several vocalists including his...

Harvest Parker: Preachers

Following up a 2010 EP and a stint touring with Third Day, Harvest returns with a full album’s worth produced by her brother, Daniel...

Mad At the World: Hope

From their self-titled 1987 debut, siblings Randy and Roger Rose showed strong pop/rock sensibilities tilting toward the British corner of the map. Their first...

Lincoln Brewster: God of the Impossible

It's been four years since renowned worship leader and pastor, Lincoln Brewster, has blessed the church with new music. Known for church and radio...

Vertical Worship: Bright Faith Bold Future

Vertical Worship, previously known as Vertical Church Band, is part of the worship collective from Harvest Bible Chapel near Chicago, and features such well-known...

Hillsong Worship: There is More

To say that Hillsong has been somewhat influential in the worship of modern worship music is like saying Babe Ruth was kind of good...

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Here Be Lions: Only A Holy God

Nashville-based worship artists, Here Be Lions, takes its name from the ancient mapping tradition in which explorers marked unknown, dangerous territory with a symbol...

Bethel Music: Moments: Mighty Sound

In the craziness of life, sometimes we can get so busy that we forget to take a moment to refocus ourselves on what is...

Worship Central: Stir A Passion

Birmingham, UK based Worship collective, Worship Central's fifth worship release, Stir a Passion, is anchored by worship leaders Tim Hughes and Luke and Anna...

Kevin Max: AWOL

For his thirteenth solo project, Max dives deep into the early 80’s, delivering a love letter to British New Wave and post-punk bands from...

Namo: Rain

Producer/composer Asher Peterson’s EP, a collection of five electronic compositions running from the mellow to the inspiring, with assists from several vocalists including his...