I just got my CD in the mail today from Iceland, Apparat Organ Quartet. Cool stuff. Eskotek, you especially should give it a listen. They're pretty new and scarcely recognized internationally yet and pretty hard to find stuff on the web about them so far. You can get their stuff from http://www.thulemusik.com (I think that's where I ordered it from).
They're hard to pin down in terms of style, but they're like what you'd get if you put Kraftwerk, 808 State, Tangerine Dream, Bjork's music sans her voice, and Telex into a blender and whipped it smooth. Some songs are pure techno and some are pretty peppy progressive.
Get this, on some website I turned up, it had the manager and the lead's email address on it. I wrote the manager to praise their music and asked how much is available and such, and he wrote me back, took time to really respond.
I first found about them on Frontline's PBS World somethin' or other show when they were presenting lots of awesome undiscovered talant in Iceland. They went at length with AOQ and those guys are very talanted, creative and really funny too. Their thing is to not use any new electronic equipment but instead to milk every bit of overlooked creativity with older stuff. They've even got some of their synthisizers from garage sales and junk yards, restored them, enhanced them with their own wits and saudering irons and pushed them to their limits. One of the classically trained members actually plays a local church's huge pipe organ during regular service, but when he's as nutty as Ringo Starr when doing it!
Anyway, if you like techno at all, y'outta get it. They'd be cool to turn on when watching Tron.