I've been getting into the ambient dub techno stuff more lately, especially the whole Deepchord/Echospace thing.
If you've been digging on more of that tip, I would recommend your checking out the following labels/artists as well if you're not already aware of them:
- Cold Tear
/ Superb label mostly featuring Eastern Euro ambientdubtech artists, but also some IDM-related, too. The releases are all Kunaki-made pro CDRs in jewel cases with very nice artwork & sound and many of the artists do some very immersive stuff indeed (and the CDs are only $8 each!). Off the cuff, I'd suggest checking out (amongst many on their roster) Textural Being, whose release rivals anything by Yagya, Gas, etc., although still operating on the same categorical axis. What I like about T.B. is that he mostly foregos the usual over-used filters & reverbs and actually creates some differing, off-kilter patterns amid his mercurial soundscapes.
/ French label run by David Ya (himself a musician) sporting many little sub-labels, releasing both CDs & CDRs. Entropy has quickly become a highly-regarded HQ for the smooth dubstuff, with many well-known practitioners of the form having released multiple recordings (Mr. Cloudy, Grit, Dublicator, Coppice Halifax, etc.).
- Milieu Music
/ Shop/label run by Brian Grainger & David Tagg. Between the two of them, and their endless array of aliases (such as Coppice Halifax), not to mention other & related artists, these two are looking to surpass the combined catalogs of Sun Ra & Pete Namlook. Collectively, their recordings number pretty damn close if not over 100 (most on CDR), but much of it is actually of a fairly high quality. Grainger's CH project is the standout, gorgeous ambientdubtech in the vein of the aforementioned Gas, Rod Modell, etc., but comes in a dizzying assortment of flavors & textures. This lot'll keep your wallet perpetually empty.
- Silent Season
/ Canadian label that also trucks in multiple formats (CD, CDR & d/l) & with some nice packaging to boot, featuring both known and little known artists (Federson, Ohwert, ASC, Overcast Sound, Quantec, Atheus, etc.). Most the recordings are lush, dense, atmospheric & well-produced, all releases worth looking in to.
- Interstellar Sounds
/ Not a label but a British mailorder concern that stocks many of the above artists & affiliated labels in addition to new imprints such as Confineless, Convexion, Echospace, Zeecc, and many others.
There's more & I'm sure I'm leaving out some others, but the above represent a big enough bit to start chewing on...