Some more indietronica coming out of Nashville, from musician, James Droll.
After playing in bands across the US, James finally settled to write music under a solo project. ‘Wall’ was his debut release in November 2016, and to celebrate how well the track has done, we’ve asked James to put a playlist together for us.
James Droll – ‘Wall’
I don’t know what it is about this track.. but it just gets me.
Bien – ‘Crowd Goes Wild’
Recent find/favorite. I love the energy of it and it’s the perfect song to hype you up for the day ahead.
Sinclair – ‘CLRBLND’
Sinclair is a good friend of mine and total sonic wizard. Rad track, rad person.
Maxwell Young – ‘Spark’
Vibez 4 dayz and I really wanted to include an instrumental track as they’re a big part of my day to day listening.
Rainbow Kitten Surprise – ‘Devil Like Me’
I’m such a huge fan of minimal and RKS does it best. Spooky, minimal, soulful.
Ehiorobo – ‘Heir to the Sugar Honey Queen’
I have no idea what this song is about in the slightest, but it’s dope and I can’t help but jam it.
Carly Rae Jepsen – ‘Your Type’
Favorite song off one of my favorite albums of the last few years. Perfect breakup/pity party song.
Matt Woods – ‘Ain’t No Use’
The literal catchiest song. Smooth vocals and has such a great build to it.
Whitaker – ‘5,000,000,000 Years’
The tones used on this track are like the comfiest blanket. Another case of minimal but impactful, and chill as all get out.
Honne – ‘Warm On A Cold Night’
The effortless quality of his voice is so ridiculous. This is my night driving soundtrack, for sure.
Sounds like: Dead Ceremony, James Blake, Honne, Lauv
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