Read our honest, and independent review of Big Church Day Out (BCDO), an annual Christian Music Festival that takes place in the North (Cheshire) and South (West Sussex) of England. “I love that when God is glorified, a simple field in Cheshire momentarily becomes a small piece of His Kingdom on earth and although BCDO isn't intended to compete with the giant music festivals across the globe, it certainly leaves its mark with a heart and soul that’s hard to find elsewhere.”
All Things New is coherent in style and the input and musicianship of the the new band members really comes through in many beautiful and subtle moments of the album.
The Art Of Celebration shines brightly in the vast sea called contemporary worship music and begs for these songs to be used in churches and not just kept to the confines of hipster Christian's playlists and youth pastor’s iPods.
The current worship scene is no stranger to electronic musicand as Seeker & Servant join the pack they have managed to carve out their own path.
Straight out of Sin City (Las Vegas), filling speakers with his grace-laced blend of electronic-infused hip-hop comes the brilliant emcee JGivens with his latest album El v. Envy.
The Good King may be a slow grower but I believe that over the next few months it will gradually emerge as one of the most exciting worship releases of this year.