With their TU M'P3 project Soundtrack for Images subtle ambient-dronesters TU M' (featured here recently) assembled a strikingly rich archive of kindred-ish spirits & LMYE favourites from Mitchell Akiyama to Christopher Willits. Having already supplied some of last week's look at Akira Rabelais, this treasure trove is ransacked for a couple of posts - though in truth many more interesting artists participated over the project's lifespan (2002-05, seemingly) than are represented here. Note to self: dig into sections I-J & K-L!
I've loosely divided my plundering of the archive into electronica & ambient-drone halves. Some, like Keith Fullerton Whitman's rich, dense gallium or Harald 'Sack' Ziegler's painfully truncated Tanzhaus (why isn't this 20 times the length?!), fit into both, conceivably; others (Radian, F.S. Blumm...) don't quite go with either.
No matter. What does matter, though, is the inspired music - often faintly abstract, heavy on texture, & brisk by the territory's standards - that this post & its soon-to-follow sister present.
Keith Fullerton Whitman > gallium
Kenneth Kirschner > April 21, 2003
Oren Ambarchi > Lynx 
Ekkehard Ehlers > The Babes in the Wood (version)
Greg Davis > A parent cloud
Rosy Parlane > Orto