Tag Archives: Josh Garrels
In an effort to fund his new album (due for release next year), Josh Garrels has put the soundtrack for his documentary The Sea In Between on Noisetrade for free. However, you can donate to your heart’s desire in exchange for the incredible tunes. If you liked the soundtrack, you can also purchase/rent the film here.
Surprise, surprise, Josh Garrels is astounding to witness in concert. Check out my experience in Vancouver with his 2013 Northwest Tour.
There is the distinct possibility that I am the only person with some small ties to the music industry that was, up to this moment, unaware of the history of NoiseTrade. However, I refuse to believe that I am alone. Today Christianity Today has released a new article that outlines the history of the popular free music site. It is a great read and one that has our site’s focus on “indie” at heart. Check out the article to see…
Josh Garrels is giving away his most recent albums for free until March 28 on Noisetrade, and 100% of the tips will go towards World Relief’s work in the Congo.
Door of Hope’s record label, Deeper Well, has a new website and a Noisetrade sampler featuring artists such as Josh White, Josh Garrels, Evan Way and Holly Ann. Check it out, it’s well worth your while.
Josh Garrels’ style is a soupy conglomerate of folk, hip hop, soul, and classical, tied in with a vocal style that’s uniquely haunting, giving listeners a recipe for greatness that promises a pleasing aftertaste.
Josh Garrels’ new website is up and running, which was developed by Chris Tobias and Stereotonic, who designed The Love & War & The Sea In Between cover art. There’s new and interesting content to explore there. Check it out.
Josh Garrels teamed up with Mason Jar Music to create a documentary, The Sea In Between, featuring live performances of Garrels as well as “the challenges and rewards of being an artist in the 21st century,” and you can check out the trailer here. Does anyone else think this looks absolutely amazing?
Saturday and Sunday of Cornerstone Festival 2011.