Instructions for Deconstruction
An emerging Bay Area worship sound that is as passionate, diverse, hip and nuanced as the region from which it comes.
Jerome Madigan exemplifies the Bay Area's emerging worship sound. His music is a rich celebration of the joyous complexities in knowing God personally. The album's title, "Instructions for Deconstruction, " succinctly captures the essence Jerome's musical exploration of relating to our Creator. The album takes many turns following Jerome up to spiritual mountain tops and down through shadowy valleys. His music is anchored in modern guitar tones, subtle delays, and driving drums while incorporating elements of the richest worship traditions.
Jerome is the Pastor of Worship Arts at Central Peninsula Church in Foster City, CA just outside of San Francisco. He is a veteran of the West Coast Christian indie scene. His previous band, Nifty Tom Fifty, toured extensively playing with bands such as Switchfoot and Dryve. "Instructions for Deconstruction" is Jerome's first full length album as a solo artist; it follows 2007's EP "Waiting in Line."