@captainricebox - fair comment/lazy bugger (delete as appropriate).
Not easy to describe Paul de Jong’s music. Of his prior album Allmusic say: “a lively album built around the disparate elements of traditional folk arrangements, found-sound samples, and electronic textures”. If you know/like the Books, you should try this.
I think others on here will be better able to describe Daniel Avery’s genre than me, but from the DiS review of his latest offering comes this which might help: “The hypnotic textures of BoC, the jittering slow motion techno of Aphex’s Selected Ambient Works , and even the more out there drunken synth melodies of LFO and early Autechre all seemingly play a part on Song For Alpha , and it’s to Avery’s credit that he’s managed to take those elements and make them sound so refreshing 20-plus years later”.
People know Eels right? Kind of cinematic, often orchestrated, quirky indie-ish rock. Or something like that.