South Coast Soul ‘El Stroll’ : Cast you into a lull of epic and substantial proportions.

South Coast Soul

Clay Rodgers heads the sound project of South Coast Soul. Part jam, always hype, the instrumental outfit keeps things peachy-keen as it deals with their ambitions of audible vibrance.

‘El Stroll’ is about well, “a walk”. And as you realize that the concept had been well devised by the song, the overarching honesty of the jazzy grooves and funky vibes, cast you into a lull of epic and substantial proportions.

The project has some fabulous delivery and it soars into new heights in their LP ‘The Deep End’.

It’s a promise of existential longings, lovingly proposed by talented young souls.

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