Zonderland. Where to start...
This is a very odd collection of music. Very good, don't get me wrong, but more on that in a moment. Zonderland brings a style to the table you won't quite find in any other DLC music on steam. It manages to feel sci-fi without being alien to typical JRPG games. It takes a little head work to decide how to use this music well, but I assure you, if your good at setting scenes and need some music a little ways off the beaten path without feeling inconsistant, then I would try this DLC.
Now what I love about this is it's style. There is a lot to love, even if it's a little wierd to use correctly. And by wierd, I mean that you really don't want to reuse tracks, they're very signature feeling, and feel as though they in turn require a signature moment or place to be done justice.
What else I love, almost as much as the tracks themselves, is how well the artist looped them. They are one of the most artfully looped tracks I've downloaded (And I've gotten at least half the DLC music offered in steam's store.) You just can't tell when it loops back around.
Even if this music is hard to place sometimes, I can't really say it's a bad thing. So much of the music offered on Steam is more of the same, this set of tracks steps away from all of that and as such made it a necessity for my own project.
5/5 stars to the artist and this wonderful set of unusual tracks.