Where can I download awesome Christian Music? Any ideas? (Windows and/or IOS) Tx.

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Grace29

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Hi

Where can I download awesome Christian Music? Any ideas? (Windows and/or IOS) Tx.
 
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wwjd_kilden

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I thought everyone (except me) used Spotify? :p
 
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I thought everyone (except me) used Spotify? :p
I don't use it either lol, and I'm 22, I'm like an oddball compared to others my age haha

To the OP, maybe look on the app store/google play store for some christian music apps? or downloader apps?
 

Odelschwanck

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Do you mean free downloads or pay downloads?

For pay downloads I would suggest AmazonMP3, or iTunes if that's more your thing but I prefer MP3 format. They're generally the same price and have mostly the same selection. Also Bandcamp for independent artists.

For free downloads unfortunately there isn't as much of that as there used to be, you can find some on Bandcamp, Reverbnation, New Release Today, and Jesus Freak Hideout.
 

Ugly

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Also 'Christian music' is a very broad term. That could mean anything from old fashioned gospel to black gospel to metal to electronic and more.
 
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Grace29

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Thank You!:eek:
 

posthuman

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noisetrade is a pretty big hub for free ((donate if you like)) indie music downloads sanctioned by the artists that host their stuff there, and they have a tagging system that includes christian/gospel:

http://noisetrade.com/genres/christian-gospel

 

Lynx

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Too bad viruswire... I mean LimeWire no longer exists.

On second thought, maybe it's a good thing.
 

Magenta

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If you know the songs you like, you can youtube them and convert the video
to an MP3 format using a free converter that is easy to find with a search
engine :) Then you can save them to your music folder to play at will :D
 

Magenta

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[video=youtube;DK7c1dgs8ZA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DK7c1dgs8ZA[/video]
It says seven hours but the time frame seems to be two hours?