If you want to be pleasantly surprised by an electronic band you have never heard of then have I got the album for you.
Mount Kimbie is that band and their album Love What Survives will blow you away. I was unfamiliar with this band prior to listening. I had seen it get good reviews but was skeptical due to its electronic label.
This is not an electronic album. I thought I was listening to a post-punk band, albeit with different frontman on most songs. The climax being the King Krule fronted Blue Train Lines. This song is amazing. It features tons of feedback, a heavy baseline and compact/sharp drums overlaid by Archy Marshall’s haggard vocals. It's a winning combination, and one I wish Marshall would adopt on his solo releases. (I really am not a King Krule fan.) This is my favorite song of the year, hands down. Imagery of death, drugs and struggle, it doesn't get any more punk than that.
The rest of the album is solid. Delta is a great track and the James Blake collabs are actually pretty good too. I wish I knew more about this band to write a better review. What I do know is this album is great and will get many more listens from me in the future as it should from you too.