Beltaine - Celtic Folk El-B - Garage, 2-step, Dubstep Burial - Dubstep, Ambient Goldfish - Electronic, Nu Jazz Morphine - Alternative Rock, Jazz Rock Moses Cleveland - Alternative Rock WookieFoot - Jam Band, Reggae, Psychedelic An Endless Sporadic - Progressive Rock, Lounge, Psychedelic Sweatshop Union - Political Hip Hop
Want Steampunk? Clockwork Dolls is good for story-telling songs, Abney Park in general.
Want Dark? Voltaire and Creature Feature for your light-hearted stuff, Johnny Hollow for your more serious stuff.
Want Bass-driven House? Glitch Mob.
"I often think about that old metaphor, the one that says we are all islands on a wide sea. Especially these days, now that things are more difficult than before and the world appears to be harsher than we once imagined it to be. We are all like islands, the philosopher said. Perhaps it's true. Yet I cannot help but remember an older saying, scratched on a cave wall somewhere by a long-forgotten prophet: in the end, the sea will claim everything."
Greenland Is Melting (punky bluegrass), Ahab (funeral doom), One-Eyed Doll (mad alt rock), Me and the Mountain (rock), Japanese Voyeurs (grungy, stoner rock), Kvelertak (black 'n' roll), Mad Marge and the Stonecutters (psychobilly).
Anyway, you should get Wrong Way Up. I'm not gonna bother telling you to get Brian Eno's discography (because there's a lot of different things in different styles) but this album seems like it's pretty accessible IMO.