Don't really know a whole lot about this one, other than it was brought to my attention by Laurent Fintoni via his 'Best Bandcamp Releases' column for Fact. The tags indicate he's from Belfast, but wherever it originates from this is charming stuff that seems to nod at a number of electronic music trends without ever seeming like it's jumping on any bandwagon. Opener '909+C' has a peculiar, faded-tape quality that reminds you of quality-stamped cassette labels like Leaving Records, but its melody is bright, airy and buoyant, sort of like something from the Lucky Me stable except with the multicolour maximalism and hefty bass dialled back.
'Ghost of (cassette mix)' is something else entirely: its main, bluesy guitar riff sounds like a vintage, virtuoso-but-understated jam from the 70s, the track's languid, mid-tempo drift evoking images of a smoke-filled lounge/studio. Everything is just so, with unobtrusive, barely-there percussion and lovely counter-melodies.
Then there's 'Jazz Sax', which is more along the lines of the electronica/brass hybrids of Archie Pelago (or, closer to home, ZoiD's jazzier experiments); listen closer and some of the more high-pitched, free-floating lines recall something like 'Kaotic Harmony'.
There's more stuff on his Bandcamp, including two volumes of 'B-Side Jams and Old Tracks', both of which are, like Cassette demo #1, available for name-your-price.