Dead Cities, Red Seas and Lost Ghosts? That was one of the albums that inspired me to be an electronic musician of sorts. I'm so-so on their other stuff, even though "Hurry Up, I'm Dreaming" is pretty grand stuff. Other stuff is Boards of Canada and Odd Nosdam.
William Brave said:
M83!!!! his older stuff is really amazing
Don't do heroin. It is an inevitable spiral down into suicide and self-destruction. But if you really have to, the upside is an insider's perspective on the sounds carrying words conveying thought tickling you in the cochlea with a sense of more truthful than. In other words: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBpy0Jz5xM4
I just made a sick playlist on Spotify of Eugene S Robinson's collaborative work doing guest vocal stints with other artists outside of his main commitment, San Fran's dark, Stoogesian avant-punk-metal-jazz. I have had to live opportunities to speak with the man and clarify the lingering subconscious belief that he is the father that abandoned me and both times resulted otherwise (one involved having to drive my family to see my deceased grandfather who had died the night prior to my birthday. Robinson is an unparalled writer and performer, taking elements of awkward performance art, MMA, and insane vagabond rants and applying it to the sonic pallet of whatever accompanists willing to join the spiral away from mendacity. Check it! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdTsj1eGCbM.
I do listen to electronic and experimental a lot, way more than punk in fact for 27 years already.
I run a label mostly dedicated to experimental, noise and electronic music (whatever alternative it is like digital hardcore, electronica, ambient...) from Asia and Africa.
The last production is a cd compilation including noise, experimental and electronica from Africa : Angola, South Africa, Mauritius, Madagascar, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria.
You can listen to this on line : http://syrphe.bandcamp.com/album/302