Yes, I know. The World Is Not A Cold Dead Place is a good album but you have to broaden your horizons a lil bit, buddy
  1. Artist - Album
  2. Toe - The Book About My Idle Plot On a Vague Anxiety
    Effortless, jazzy, Japanese. Is that a deer or cow on the cover? Maybe an elk? I don't know.
  3. Do Make Say Think - You, You're A History In Rust
    Bright and airy. Good for morning coffee
  4. This Will Destroy You - Young Mountain
    Explosions in the Sky's slightly more noisy cousins.
  5. Godspeed You! Black Emperor - F#A# Infinity
    The famous "Soundtrack to the Apocalypse". Haunting and heavy.
  6. MONO - Walking Cloud and Deep Red Sky, Flag Fluttered and the Sun Shined
    Despite their name, this band is anything but monotonous. An emotional record. Also Japanese.
  7. Slint - Spiderland
    A classic. Pioneers of the genre.
  8. Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas To Heaven
    "they used to call Coney Island the playground of the world"
  9. Tarentel - The Order Of Things
    Foggy music. Reminiscent of Explosions in the Sky at some points.
  10. Sigur Rós - Takk
    The kings of Iceland. Insanely beautiful and organic
  11. Sonna - Smile and the World Smiles With You
    Short-lived project by the founder of the Temporary Residence label (EITS, Tarentel, Mono are all on the roster)
  12. On the heavier side I quite like both pelican and the red sparrows
    Suggested by @gilbaron