|King Of My Heart||You Are The Avalanche|| |
|Future / Past||Borderland|| |
|How He Loves||The Song Inside the Sounds of Breaking Down: Deluxe Reissue|| |
|Death In His Grave||The Medicine|| |
|Heart Won't Stop / Stand By Me (Medley/Live)||Live At The Knight (Deluxe)|| |
|Heart Runs||Borderland|| |
|Heart Won't Stop||You Are The Avalanche|| |
|Monsters Talk (feat. Bear Rinehart)||The Borderland Sessions|| |
|Love at the End||Borderland|| |
Borderland is the fourth album by Christian singer and songwriter John Mark McMillan, and it released on March 4, 2014 by Lionhawk Records, which is his own newly established label. The album charted at No. 41 on the Billboard 200, and it got positive reviews from HM, three from Jesus Freak Hideout, New Release Tuesday and Worship Leader, which it got one mixed review from CCM Magazine.
The Medicine is the debut studio album by Christian singer-songwriter John Mark McMillan, and it released on July 6, 2010 by Integrity Music. The producer on the album is McMillan.
United Pursuit is an American Christian music worship band from Knoxville, Tennessee, where they started making music in 2008, but were founded in 2006. They have released two live albums, Live at the Banks House, and Simple Gospel. The 2015 album was their breakthrough release upon the Billboard magazine charts. Aside from live recordings, United Pursuit has produced several studio records, the first of which was Radiance in 2008, which was a compilation of music written by several of the United Pursuit artists. Other studio records put out by United Pursuit featured a particular United Pursuit artist. Two of these records, In the Night Season and Endless Years featured Will Reagan and were released under the brands "Will Reagan and United Pursuit Band" and "Will Reagan and United Pursuit". The Wild Inside featured Michael Ketterer and was released under the brand "Michael Ketterer and United Pursuit". United Pursuit is also known for their weekly Tuesday gatherings from which many of their songs were written. These gatherings were birthed in a residence on Banks Ave in a North Knoxville neighborhood. This residence is commonly referred to now as the Banks House.
Jonathan David & Melissa Helser are an American Christian music husband and wife duo from Sophia, North Carolina, and they started their music recording careers together in 2013. They have released three studio albums with Bethel Music, Endless Ocean, Bottomless Sea, On the Shores and Beautiful Surrender. Their last album, Beautiful Surrender, was their breakthrough released upon the Billboard magazine charts.
Daniel John Bashta is an American contemporary Christian singer and songwriter raised in Reserve, Louisiana. On September 6, 2011, Bashta released the album entitled The Sounds of Daniel Bashta, his first full-length studio album with Integrity Music record label. The album charted at No. 39 on the Billboard Magazine Christian Albums and Heatseekers, for the week of September 24, 2011. His song "Like A Lion" became a major Christian Radio hit as "God's Not Dead" for the Newsboys. Bashta's second album, The Invisible, was released as an iTunes LP with downloadable chord charts and special music videos, including "The Invisible Journey".
Bashta currently serves as the worship pastor at Riverstone Church.
Bashta currently serves as the worship pastor at Riverstone Church.
The Brilliance, stylized as the BRILLIANCE, are an American worship music duo of David Gungor and John Arndt. They come from various locations in the United States. The band started making music in 2010. Integrity Music signed the band. Brother is the first studio album by The Brilliance. This charted on the Billboard Christian Albums chart.
Formed in 2009 by Leslie Anne Jordan (guitar, vocals) and David Alan Leonard (piano, vocals) under the moniker Sons & Daughters (later changed to All Sons & Daughters to avoid confusion with the Scottish rock band of the same name), the CCM duo crafts rootsy country-folk in the vein of the Last Bison and the Civil Wars. Worship leaders at the nondenominational Journey Church in Franklin, Tennessee, the pair issued a trio of EPs (Brokenness Aside: EP No. 1, Prone to Wander: A Collection of Hymns EP, and Reason to Sing: EP No. 2) before releasing their full-length debut, Season One, in 2012.
YOUNG OCEANS is a neo-alternative worship project that evolved from hymns penned and arranged within the Trinity Grace Church community in New York City. The endeavor sprang up as an offshoot from TGC’s two live worship albums, Without End (2009) and We Sing As One (2011), when an eclectic gathering of musicians and parishioners began exploring artful re-renderings of those songs in a SoHo apartment. Untethered from the expectations of a traditional congregational format, including both length and structure, a musical ethos emerged as more a companion to reflective prayer and meditation than to a typical church experience. Attendance at impromptu gatherings soon filled to overflowing, and led to the recording of a studio album that could be shared on a broader level. That self-titled debut album was named Top 10 album of the year for 2012 by RELEVANT Magazine, spawned an instrumental version titled Before The Beginning, and led to the follow up release ADVENT, first as an EP in December, and then as an expanded deluxe edition March 2013.
Seattle based Kings Kaleidoscope uses an eclectic range of modern, woodwind, string and brass instruments for a colorful, stylistic harmony that stands greater than the sum of its parts. The combination of electronic and analogue soundscapes is a love letter to Motown and math rock, with illustrative lyricism that runs the gamut of haunting, uplifting, and resolved. Singer/songwriter Chad Gardner carries these lyrics with a soulful treatment that compliments calculated drum work to create a balance between groove and mathematics. Tracks are peppered with electronics and sampling that call to The Bridge Wars era of hip hop, all the while bringing a refreshing stamina that breathes life into these timeless constructs. KK’s trademark voice is their ever-growing accent across their 5 EP’s, critically acclaimed LP, “Becoming Who We Are” and daring sophomore LP "Beyond Control." From humble beginnings they've triumphed over many trials and personal tragedies, mainly stemming from lead singer Chad Gardner's personal life. Garnering attention since 2010, this collective is known for their musical and lyrical call for cosmic reflection.
Bryan and Katie Torwalt met in 2006 at the Bethel School of Supernatural Worship in Redding, CA. Bryan is from Canada and Katie a Californian. They both led worship separately while dating long distance for 2 1/2 years. They got married in 2009. The experience of their worship together is a powerful and unique mixture of their anointing and history with God. They live to see the earth transform to Heaven’s likeness and for this generation to encounter the real Jesus. They believe that in God’s presence, sickness is healed, prisoners are set free, and minds are restored. Their songs carry hope and life that flow out of every note and lyric
Ascend the Hill, formerly Ben Davis, are an American worship music band, and they primarily play indie folk and indie rock, all the while being folk rock. They come from Tampa, Florida. The band started making music in 2008, and currently their members are vocalist and guitarist, Joel Davis, lead guitarist, Seth Davis, bassist, Hayden Davidson, and drummer, Jonathan Thomas. The band released one extended play, as Ben Davis, who was their former frontman until his departure in 2009, Ben Davis, in 2008 independently by themselves. When they signed to Come&Live! Records, they changed their name to Ascend the Hill. Their next release, a studio album, Ascend the Hill, was released in 2009. They released, another studio album, Hymns: Take the World, but Give Me Jesus, in 2010, with Come&Live! Records. The subsequent album, also released by Come&Live! Records, O Ransomed Son, came out in 2012.
Loud Harp is an American Christian music worship duo from the cities of Lafayette, Colorado and Provo, Utah. Their group formed in May 2011, with Asher Seevinck and Dave Wilton. They have released two studio albums, Loud Harp in 2012, and Asaph in 2014. The second album was their breakthrough released upon the Billboard magazine charts.