Dress-2-Kill's sound has simple arrangements, harsh production values, and the occasional sample from the 80s to let you know where his head is at. It's pretty far from the lush sound of the majority of the synthwave scene, so you'll quickly realize whether its punk aesthetic works for you. The bass and beat on "Judged Bitch" stand out to me, and "Secret Wars" works via being quiet in contrast. It also has a couple of samples of tape hiss. It's what I'd imagine synthwave for robots sounds like.
Favorite track: Judged Bitch.