This is James Martindale’s music collection on Bandcamp.

James Martindale

  1. Norman, Oklahoma
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 45
  2. wishlist 12
  3. followers 49
  4. following 637
  1. Reflect
    by Rchetype
  2. Bank Account
    by Louis cole
  3. Evil Eye (prod. Arthur & Medic)
    by None Like Joshua
  4. It's Over Now (ft. Evoke)
    by None Like Joshua
  5. Future Holds
    by Laura Brehm & Evoke
  6. The Other Side
    by Evoke
  7. Every Death Matters
    by Evoke
  8. Engine Block
    by Audeka
  9. Dark Energy // Direct Injection
    by Audeka
  10. Lost Souls LP
    by Audeka
  11. Recalibrate
    by Rchetype
  12. Slow Down (Arthur & Medic Remix)
    by Andrew Huang
  13. Transmit Receive Jupiter
    by Rchetype ft. Wolfgun
  14. Withdrawal
    by Evoke
  15. Legacy Collection
    by Approaching Nirvana
  16. Penteract (Original Mix)
    by Moki
    appears in 1 other collection
  17. Notes
    by Approaching Nirvana
  18. ANimals
    by Approaching Nirvana
    These Last Days (feat. Brenton Mattheus) These Last Days (feat. Brenton Mattheus)
    A collection of bangers mixed with a little crap. Derp and Scorpion are complete jokes. Every Little Symbol uses crappy vocals from a free sample pack on top of an amazing instrumental. As a computer aficionado, the lyrics to Virtual Is Where We Live make me want to pull my hair out, but the instrumental is amazing. I'd love to see more neuro like Shifting Tides. But, the album seems catered to the 9-year-old Minecraft audience rather than actual music. The cover matches this perfectly.
  19. Cinematic Soundscapes Vol. 1
    by Approaching Nirvana
    Trapped in Surreality Trapped in Surreality
    Approaching Nirvana has half of its roots in orchestral productions, and this is a testament to their early style of blending orchestral, electronic, and trance styles.
  20. Minecraft Style Remix
    by Approaching Nirvana
    The remix is a much calmer, soothing version of the parody. It feels like an actual track that isn't a gimmick, which the original sorta was.