Early Day Miners are an interesting group. They have a variety of sounds, most of them long, soft, and drawn out, but still varied and well made. Sometimes the singer's soft voice, combined with the soothing, sparse instrumentation is a bit too lulling even for yours truly, but they've put out some great stuff and I stand by a hearty recommendation of them for anyone who can handle slow music like Low or Kepler. They have several albums, many in fact, among which Let Us Garlands Bring is my favorite - it has their sparkling 18-minute magnum opus, "A Common Wealth" and is generally a good album. My favorite song of theirs, however, is on this short EP, available only on vinyl (I think - in any case if it sounds scratchy that's the reason). The first track, "The Last Snow," is a great song with a nice extended ending, and should not be skipped. The second track, however, is the real jewel. Like Kepler's "Elemental: Blood or Water," this track should be listened to in the company of other, quieter tracks, so as to appreciate the relative loudness. I can't say I have ever heard any kind of powerful electric guitar chord in any Early Day Miners track but this one. If others exist, they have escaped my notice, but in any case "Marauder" is, I believe, both their finest and (briefly) their loudest song.
It's not going to blow your eardrums or anything, but these guys are so quiet that this song is the equivalent of a librarian suddenly firing a starter pistol in the reading room, then stabbing you.
Here's "Marauder," by Early Day Miners.
Sorry the album art is blurry. That's from their official site, though, so good luck finding better. It's probably only been seen a few times in the wild, a sort of vinyl bigfoot.