Ed reminded me in the comments that I've not gone on about my music collection for quite some time. So in his honour, I'll get back to it.
As far as I remember, the next band in my alphabetical trawl is Bon Iver (yes, we're only up to B, after all this time - and I've been missing out the odd tracks here and there).
You probably know Bon Iver - spectral neo-country folk-rock from somewhere in the US. Not hugely innovative, but they've got a way with production and structure. I like the muted and melancholic sound they make. Today the rain's coming down and it's dark and gloomy - Bon Iver (particularly For Emma, Forever Ago - a name which reminds me of The Field Mice) really suit my mood.
Live, they're not so wonderful. Because the music is so dependent on pinpoint harmonies, the live performance becomes a test of their craft - you wouldn't expect anything unexpected, so to speak, whereas I like a band that has some fun on stage.
Here's 'Team', which I love for the bass line, and 'Stacks' because it's so beautifully melancholy (which basically does it for me most of the time - wait until we get on to The Paradise Motel in about 3 years).