Luminate Come Home (Sparrow) FOR FANS OF: Revive, Sanctus Real, The Afters QQQ Hailing from Tyler, Texas but touring so steadily that the group amassed a national fan base, it was only a matter of time before Luminate signed a record deal. With the additional visibility comes an all-star production team of Paul Moak, Ed Cash and Ben Glover, who helped direct an already solid modern rock sound laden with worshipful lyrics of abandon, surrender and redemption. Besides their ability to instantly relate to others, these fresh faces aren’t afraid to bear personal vulnerabilities, especially across the chant-heavy reflective ballad, “Come Home.” –Andy Argyrakis WE LIKE: “Innocent” Gateway worship God Be Praised (Integrity) FOR FANS OF: Kari Jobe, Hillsong QQQ From the beautiful title track to the powerful ballad “O The Blood,” the latest from Kari Jobe and the rest of the Gateway Worship team is perhaps their best yet. The release speaks to several facets of God’s presence, power and grace, giving the church an expansive and compelling effort to bring to congregational gatherings. –Matt Conner WE LIKE: “God Be Praised” Brian Doerksen Level Ground (Integrity Music) FOR FANS OF: Paul Baloche, Vineyard Worship QQ The thought behind Level Ground is good, bringing to light the idea that everyone is in need of grace. That thought, however, is not enough to leverage the quality of this album. The lack of inflection and originality may cause it to get lost in the wake of releases from Kristian Stanfill and David Crowder Band. It does succeed on a version of Tim Hughes’ “Everything (God in My Living),” which works with a simplified vocal and limited instruments. –Grace S. Aspinwall WE LIKE: “Everything (God in my Living)” worship reviews All release dates and album titles are subject to change. For the most up-to-date release schedule, visit worship new reLeases 04.05.2011 DErEK WEBB FeedBaCk INO/PrOvIdENT 04.12.2011 Laura STOry BLessinGs INO/PrOvIdENT 04.19.2011 TIM HuGHEs Love sHine THrouGH KINGSway/EMICMG Worship 36 CCM