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MultiTracks Now Available from Galaxies by The Digital Age

Friday, October 28, 2016

Galaxies is the brand new release from The Digital Age.  This new album marks The Digital Age's second full length project following their 2013 release Evening: Morning.  With great energy and a modern sound, it includes songs such as "How Sweet It Is" and "If I Have You" which rejoice in God's love and sufficiency while "Undivided" and "I Belong" offer heartfelt declarations of surrender and devotion.  The band writes, "We are living in a moment. On the razor-thin edge of time. A chase has begun. A journey where we reach farther than the breadth of our imagination - to find who we really are. The quest: to leave anxiety behind. To pursue joy and love with confidence. To venture through the unknown with courageous calm. We push ahead, to the place where the thorns of prejudice, stereotype, and violence, which thrive on roots of fear and worry, wither away under the immense heat and gravity of grace. As we draw nearer, we let go, and find that we no longer need to push. We are being pulled. Toward Light. Toward Hope. Toward Significance. Toward Strength. Toward Grace. Toward Forgiveness. To Love."  We are excited to bring you the MultiTracks from this dynamic new album and encourage you to pick up your own copy today, now available on iTunes.

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New Portuguese MultiTracks from The Digital Age

Friday, September 4, 2015

The Digital Age is releasing their new album Glow at the Conferência Radicais Livres 2015 in Brazil this week.  This album marks the band's first release in Portuguese and features songs from their two Rehearsals EPs as well as their Evening:Morning album.  We are excited to bring you the MultiTracks from "Santo (Depois De Tudo)," the Portuguese language version of their popular worship anthem "After All (Holy)."

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New MultiTracks Available from The Digital Age - Rehearsals Vol. 2

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Rehearsals Volume 2 is the second EP from The Digital Age, following up on their first Rehearsals project, which they released in 2012.  Recorded and produced at their hometown studio in Waco, Texas, this second volume features a few hymns, some well known worship favorites, and original material.  The band shares, "One of our favorite things in the world is worshipping our God with the larger church, and we really see Rehearsals as our way of participating in the songs that have meant so much to the church at large. Hopefully our interpretations of these songs will inspire you to worship our God with a new passion, and we can’t wait to sing em’ with you guys in the near future!"

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Tools and Technology for Worship, Featuring The Digital Age

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

MultiTracks.com and Ableton are partnering together to host The Digital Age at Sweetwater for a special free clinic in Tools and Technology for Worship.  If you're within driving distance of Fort Wayne, IN, be sure to register today. You won't want to miss this event!

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The Digital Age - Evening : Morning

Monday, March 10, 2014

The Digital Age, four former core members of David Crowder Band, bring musical elements of dance, trance, and EDM (Electronic Dance Music) to modern worship with exciting tracks like "Glow"--a full MultiTrack we are offering right now as our FREE MultiTrack of the Month. The Digital Age's innovative musical textures also bring a unique fresh sound to worship anthems like "Break Every Chain" with acoustic piano mixed with multiple synths and tasteful motifs in the background of these tracks. Another great song is "Captured"--which can be seen in the official music video below--chalked full of singable, energetic, catchy hooks and rhythms. Your drummers will love to tackle this one! It is indeed refreshing to hear worship music that bends to the EDM genre and a fresh sound that many congregations will love to hear.

We've just added nine songs off of The Digital Age's release Evening:Morning.

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Remix Winners for the Digital Age Remix Competition

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

From July 15th to August 15th we held a Remix Competition where any registered user of MultiTracks.com could download (for free) the original master recording of "All the Poor and Powerless" from The Digital Age. Well many of you downloaded and 27 of you sent in some really creative remixes of the song. Some of you remixed the tracks, others used nothing but the lead vocal and you added your own tracks. We removed names and descriptions and sent all 27 to The Digital Age for them to chose the winner and we're excited to announce that The Digital Age chose Christopher Lewis with his fantastic submission titled "The Flat Line Remix." Christopher won a bunch of cool prizes listed here, valued at more than $2000. The competition was a remix of The Digital Age's cover of "All The Poor & Powerless" from their digital album release called"Rehearsals."


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Don't miss your FREE MultiTrack and opportunity to REMIX!

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

If you haven't heard, we're teaming up with Ableton, FutureSonics, Keith McMillen, and the Digital Age and we're in the midst of a REMIX Competition with this month's FREE MultiTrack download "All the Poor and Powerless," by The Digital Age. We are really excited to announce all of our great prizes that will be awarded to the winner and the runner-up.  You don't want to miss this competition! Winners will be chosen by The Digital Age themselves and all entries must be received by August 15th at contest@multitracks.com.

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New MultiTracks from The Digital Age

Friday, June 29, 2012

We are excited to announce that we have just released The Digital Age's six song EP titled Rehearsals. This EP includes our free download this month"All the Poor and Powerless" by The Digital Age and written by All Sons & Daughters. Also included in this compilation of songs is a guitar-driven version of "How Great Thou Art"and two new songs including "Hallelujah" and a great version of the traditional hymn "Never Grow Old."  It appears that Rehearsals is a just a glimpse of what is to come from The Digital Age.

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