Other stuff I've been fixated on recently:
The Boats- Ballads Of The Research Department, and The Ballad Of The Eagle. These are both great, the addition of Norbury on cello adds so much to these albums. Some tracks on "Eagle" are surprisingly dark and gloomy, though still beautiful.
Optical Frameworks- Surrounded By Fog; dark and dense synth fog, with some eerie background voices and mysterious sound samples.
A-Sun Amissa- desperate In Her Heavy Sleep; Dense, thick violin/cello/synth workout. Very gloomy and desolate, like winding your way through a haunted forest at twilight.
Pedestrian Deposit- East Fork/North Fork, and Austere. Oh, I guess you could call this ambient/industrial. Cold, machine-like synths and glitches, with treated cello passages. Sometimes rather harsh, at other times strangely hypnotic.
The Circular Ruins- Falling Into The Sky, and Invisible Cities. These are also perennial favorites of mine from Anthony.
Taylor Deupree- Faint; heard it all before, but that doesn't stop it from being a nearly perfect ambient album.
Also, selected tracks from The Remote Viewer and The Archivist. The man behind this music is Craig Tattersall, a member of The Boats.