The debut EP from Thurane, a contemporary worship musician from Youngtown, Arizona, is titled “Authentic Worship.” What at first glance appeared to be a setback when it was made public during the global epidemic ended up being a blessing. They eventually worked out the way it was intended to, much like many other challenges that at first threatened to prevent the creation of this EP.
Authentic worship is unlike any worship album you’ve ever heard, featuring a vivid, emotive fusion of Rock n Roll and praise music. God’s messages are ingrained in the soaring guitars, captivating hooks, and contagious vibes of the music, which draws inspiration from rock of the 1960s and 1970s and satirizes contemporary pop standards.
The production of all four songs generally adheres to the soft rock genre’s themes, with the addition of some flair provided by the drums, which sound technically proficient without taking the listener’s full attention. The mix is energetic, and interesting, and most importantly, it doesn’t sound violent to the listener.
While the classic rock and roll formula calls for being forthright about the dynamics of the mix, the mindset here seems to put a good listen first and foremost. The vocals are well-managed, giving the entire EP a softer, more expressive feel that I, in especially, started to like. You get a unique worship experience with Thurane.
The Ep ‘Authentic Worship’ includes It’s All Good (ATAGIY), Over And Under, You Gave Me (The Answer) and comprises four of the songs to be included in the forthcoming Worship Servant album.
Authentic Worship takes you closer to God’s presence and to one another because to the songs’ very alluring melodies, which inspire listeners to sing and chant along. God is with you, wherever you are. Authentic worship is a genuine celebration, fueled by the greatest of rock ‘n’ roll and brimming with love and passion. Everyone who listens can benefit from contemplation and messages with depth.
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