From his take on what worship is to the unique, eclectic and imaginative instruments used, Prosch’s music is a mix of sounds I’ve never heard before. Seriously. This isn’t your parents’ worship music; neither is it of your contemporary church.
In a live venue, It grabbed me in a manner I’ve never before experienced.
I was eager to get my hands on some of his stuff for some extended perusal and one of the first albums I picked up was “The Language of Eden.”
If ever I could say that “worship” music made me feel strange, this CD definitely did! Even more amazing (to me) is that it has captivated my wife.
I will tell you that it probably won’t be for everyone. I will also tell you that the words it evokes from me to describe it are “wild,” “spontaneous,” and “shocking.” “Out of this world” sounds too clique. A music critic I’m not, though this is as close to calling a musical production an “anointed genius” as I suppose I will come.
If you’re looking for something that has the potential of transporting you into the heavenlies, try this one on for size.