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In all honesty della is right, this is pretty bland and uninspired music, not bad so much as its just unwilling to take any risks. Its derivative music of music that was already derivative (James Ferraro, Neon Indian type of sound) but which was pulled off more convincingly by those other artists.
Take away the hipsterish name and cover art, and it would be hard to separate a lot of these tracks from some premade set of beats you’d find on a stock music CD (Ambient Loops Vol. 4: Total Chillage). And I don’t think you’d even particularly associate them with the 80s the way he’s trying so hard to do.