Agents of Future
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Agents of Future

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"Agents Of Future is like a glorious and wonderful mess on stage -- crowded with cascading voices of joy. It's a left-of-center musical approach, with jam band parts, part Joe Cocker at Woodstock, and parts Worship Circle and Caedmon's Call. A great modern and unique call to worship that's effective in breaking through the crusty, dry exterior of scenester kids with the joy and brokenness of the Holy Spirit."
- Doug Van Pelt, HM Magazine Editor
- HM Magazine Editor - Doug Van Pelt

"2006 Pick of the Year - AGENTS OF FUTURE"

"The music/art/experience/worship that springs from Agents of Future's love for Portland is the kind of stuff that makes my bones shake, my heart race, and want God with more honesty and desperation then my mind can handle. Please, if there was only one band to listen to this month or even year, Agents of Future would be my pick..."

- Enter the Worship Circle artist, Aaron Strumpel


"Agents of Future bring the raw passionate worship like you don't get almost anywhere else. i've seen them play in clubs, at festivals, in church, in parks, and in living rooms. the element of hunger/thirst -the desperation in what they're going after in God – is undeniable."

- SOUL-JUNK artist, Glen Galloway


"Live from the Bridge" - (1999 self-released)
"Your Life in My Lungs" - (2001 self-released)
"God I Wait" (single) - (2002, Soularize music sampler)
"Without Strings" (single) - (2002, HM Magazine sampler)
"Sneek Peeks at Magic Moments" - (2006 self-released)




Formed eight years ago out of The Bridge Christian Church of Portland, Oregon, Agents of Future has been ever-searching for the most real, the most authentic faith-community expression. We all have the hearts of pioneers. Most of the members have cut their teeth on punk rock, and are enjoying the flavor/passion that gospel music embodies. The main goal we have as a collective is to EQUALIZE the artistic process, not just perpetuate the dominant mindset that "worship should be left to the professionals". We strive to be all-inclusive and keep our eyes open for artists (of all forms, of all skill levels) looking for a place to express their hearts freely. We've written over 50 songs for our community, and we encourage continual songwriting in a improv-songwriting game held monthly.