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Facsimile // Run To The Rock

Facsimile is a relatively unknown group hailing from Long Beach, California. But don’t count on them being unknown forever! I can’t stop listening to the somewhat intense, but relaxing shimmering ambience and spot-on vocals. I’m talking about the recent release Run to the Rock.  I’m not sure I can quantify the sound. It’s almost like a cross between Citizens/King’s […]

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Passion // Even So Come

Even as its 17th album release, Passion continues to provide songs for the church that span farther than their annual conference of young adults. From worship leading veterans like Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, David Crowder, and Christy Nockels, to relatively newer additions like Kristian Stanfill, Brett Younker, and Melodie Malone, Passion: Even So Come is […]

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Worship Review // The Brilliance // Brother

Off the beaten path of arena-style worship anthems and shimmering guitar reverb comes liturgical worship group The Brilliance. Headed up by singer/songwriter David Gungor as well as composer/pianist John Arndt, The Brilliance is a musical collective that takes a thoughtful and liturgically sensitive approach to church music- and it’s beautiful. Every last thread of their music is, well, brilliant. Their […]

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Woodside Worship // Response

Response is the debut album from the worship ministry of Woodside Bible Church, a 10-campus church in the Detroit area. Worship Director, Jonathan Seller, says that the project began with a desire to see their church’s response reflect the magnitude of the object of their worship. So, by collecting a group of untrained, amateur non-songwriters […]