I also really like Four Tet if you are interested in electronic music that is organic and interesting. It's sort of folktronica in a way, I guess.
Here's two paragraphs from an article about Four Tet that ran in the Guardian in the UK
**Four Tet is an unusual project. Hebden's music sounds like folk music made by machines. It is frequently out of time, as if the machinery went haywire while making it, and computers are at the heart of the creative process.
Hebden's own taste tends toward those people who have always been outside of the fashions of the day, among them the free-jazz musician Pharoah Sanders and the German avant-garde rock band Can. "I think the ultimate achievement in music is when you manage to change people's perception of what's possible while, at the same time, producing something that connects with them instantly," he says
Finally, there is a band from Austin that came through LA a while back called Grand Champeen. They fucking rip live in a Replacements/Superchunk kind of way. I think their record, The One That Brought You, is only about 60% as fun as their live show, but their tune "One and Only," which is available free as an mp3 here is really good. Fucking marvelous guitar solo.