Hehehe, I’ve been listening to Polly Jean since long before I was married. She and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs don’t quite fit in the 10 year time frame of the OP, but if you’re listening to either of them and you’re as old as I am, I think you’re at least listening.
PJ Harvey has a quite extensive catalog, with several style changes. I still love the records where she plays guitar most of all. Rid Of Me is as good an example as any. Plus, damn good production. It still sounds pretty current to my 50+ years (hey, sounds a lot like Billie Eliish to me, but heavy) . I’m sure the kids probably disagree. Damn, I love her guitar playing.
But, then again, that gives me an in to the band that I’ve probably feasted on the most in the last 5 years. They actually formed in the mid 90’s, and started releasing records in '99 but they didn’t enter my radar in a solid way until after 2010. They’ve released a couple of LPs in the 2010s, but the best thing is still this live clip recorded in 2014. The albums rule, but they don’t match this. I’ve never seen them live, it’s probably my main goal at this point. This clip sold me on them, and I’ve been a serial consumer since.
It’s ten minutes of your life that you’ll never get back. But the closest description I can come up with of Lightning Bolt is: Imagine a thrash metal band, a noise rock band and a free jazz band were distilled into a bass player and a drummer. That’s Lightning Bolt. To my ear, there is no substitute.
The easiest/most difficult contender (who totally qualifies) is King Gizzard and the Wizard Lizard as mentioned earlier by @pulykamell . Between microtones, time signatures, fixations on odd Japanese mfrd. guitars, every record having some sort of concept underlying it, those guys are dense. But then again, they put out gorgeous, somewhat easily digestible stuff like The River. The concept on this record is every track is exactly one quarter of the record.
But really, Hot Wax is the song I try to sing in the shower:
But, you’ve got no guarantees with them. Planet B is heavy thrash. Rattlesnake is its own special repetitive monster. They digested both The Fall and Slayer. I’m halfway waiting for them to put out the most insane rockabilly record ever.
Rattlesnake is just disturbing in how it validates repetition validating itself through dedicated repetition.
But I’ll spoiler Planet B for semi-comical but semi-realistic shotgun killings of the band members. It’s pretty great thrash, though:
But the long and short of it is, you never know what King Gizzard and the Wizard Lizard is bringing to the table, other than you can guess guitars will be involved. Put the needle down (or just queue up the track, as appropriate), and enjoy the ride.
And screw it, just because this band labored outside of my consciousness for so long, and a band mate let me know they existed in 2015 or so. Enjoy yourself some Melt Banana. They make me happy, even though they formed in 1992 and have been releasing records for decades. They’re still this decade to me.