I've been listening to a lot of ambient music lately.
As others have said, Forrest Fang's new album Phantoms is great. I wish we could hear a new album from Forrest every couple of years.
I'm also really enjoying Saul Stokes Metacollage. It's a bit of a change for Saul, just a different feel, more drifty and less propulsive than his usual.
For the last few months (since before the horrible news about Dani) I've been playing quite a bit of Celer's two Infraction albums, Everything and Nothing and Discourses of the Withered. I really enjoy the strange, raw-yet-gentle quality of these works.
A Produce's last album of new material, Smile on the Void, has been in frequent rotation as well. Often after a Hypnos release comes out, I set it aside for a long while and only years later do I "rediscover" it and delve into it like a new listener would. This is a really great album, and A Produce is another artist who should release more new work.
There have been many others... Sola Translatio Mother Sunrise, my own work in progress Aether Space 1, the coming-soon (I promise!) Viridian Sun album Infinite In All Directions (featuring revised track sequence), a bit of Jean-Michel Jarre's first two albums (which I still contend are great electronic music), Ryoji Ikeda's Jelly Tones (simple, inventive electronica of the highest order), and a couple of U. Srinivas discs from Peter Gabriel's Real World label.