oh and check perlon’s latest Superlongevity compilation; it’s weirdly disjointed in places. I’ve bought it on a whimp and doubt the records will see much playtime. But they certainly work in a fun listening session kinda way.
Nina Kraviz’ Trip label has a few headtwisters on the comps. Pampa is (much) more popfriendly, but has its moments.
Other than that you’d have to dig a bit deeper; Salo have released some mindbending tech house cuts in the early '00s by the likes of Eduardo de la Calle. Gez Varley has always been a good address for slightly off-kilter house burners. A bit more grooving is Josh Brent / Schatraxx. But yeah I’m not that into synth heavy stuff so there’s certainly better shit out there.