I guess ‘liturgical’ is the new word for ‘Christian’ when used in a musical context. As in, ‘liturgical post-grunge’ or ‘liturgical post-electronica’. I have been hearing this lately, and in the spirit of staying with the times, I have decided that this site will heretofore be known as ‘Guitar for Liturgical Post-Indie-Prog-Rock’.
Adding ‘post’, of course, is an added bonus, as it has been for the last fifteen years.
For those of you interested in continuing to be on the cutting edge of what we must now refer to as liturgical brit-rock in order to be on said cutting edge, I humbly submit these for your consideration for next summer’s worship conference branding:
- pauline emo
- unsigned Byzantine post-hymns
- intercession with artistry
- Gregorian hip-hop
- celebratory post-mass
- Euro-thrash (to the tune of O Happy Day)
- post-industrial benediction
- madrigal goth-clowning
- medieval troubadour rap
- renaissance-istic German-post-funk calypso breeze with an augmented 9th chord
I will be expecting a royalty check at the publishing of the June 2011 CCM.
- Live Ambient Looping, Studio Recording Tips, & Tone Walkthrough (Wexford Carol)
- Christmas Album, Charity, & a New Addition
- Baring My Soul in Music
- Twelve Things I Believe about Worship Music
- The Future of Christian Music is That Band I Listened to in Junior High While Playing Wolfenstein
- Pschew! Pschew! (Those are the Sounds of the Bullets)
- Worship Leading Choose Your Own Ending (Part 8)
- When God Says…Something Else
- This Is a Blog Post