No-one else seems to have that delicately crafted melodies, sound design / sound manipulation, intriguing composition and incredible drums in one package.
His tracks are always little journeys in themselves - going off into unknown before returning to the echoes of where it began. Something of his sound is incredibly organic as well, despite being all-electronic. spotify:track:30zHG1RPu4dkwY0ilvxNnE:small (this album seems to consist of melodies that were meant to make me weak in the knees)
A whole heap of smaller acts have a recognisable sound. For instance this new discovery called Mystic Act seems to have an aesthetic for slow (halftime?) beat, where all the atmosphere is built by the bass, vocals, various little detail in the percussion and this ethereal submerged state. spotify:track:0Bsav1Vfl53wcrCyRi6jxx:small
Oh, and to get out of the electronic realm for a bit - Dave Bixby! The echoed 😔 sound. Very beautiful as well.
My first thought on this topic would be Icelandic singer Björk. Her music style isn't only unique due to her distinctive voice and vocal techniques, but also because of the specific way she sounds, beats and instruments. Throughout the variety of musical experiments she performed I think this song is a good example of the exact way Björk sounds: