On his debut album The Host works in a spacey interzone. using vintage gear to create dramatic panoramas for the headphoned mind. He creates a unique suite of modern impressionistic sonics that tumble and waft in and out of the mix. earthed with strong melodies that take inspiration from net-age genres while never recalling them directly. Throughout. he masters all the potentials of vintage synths. drum machines and reverbs. along with guitar and bass to explore a sound that sets him apart from producers working on computers. creating something much more band-like but rich with lively micro-detail.