Liking is not required, only listening - and that was directed more at someone with less familiarity with "experimental" modular music, like CR. I figure you already knew about Subotnick and the other usual suspects.
What "experimental" modular music do you dig?
The answer may seem like a copout, but most of the stuff I've listened too recently has been from people that I've found because they've followed me on soundcloud, or I've met them otherwise on forums. I tend to pay little attention to how the music is made ...so I'm not sure what is made with a modular and what is not. I also have the world's worst memory, so I'm always forgetting whom I like (and don't).
I'll throw out some people. Not that these are the best - just people that I've met in the last couple of years, and who make music that I like. I'll add one other artist, whose cd arrived yesterday from a recommendation from someone - I'm really enjoying Jason Lescalleet - Songs about Nothing. And **************** it - while he wasn't as experimental as some, I just love his stuff - Muslimgauze.
But - various people that I know:
Richard Scott - I very much like http://richardscott.bandcamp.com/album/the-magnificence-of-stereo
Don Hassler - he's on soundcloud, and some other places that I forget. He does use lots of EMS and Buchla. His stuff is very pure, and I really like it. In some ways he inspired me finally to get the courage to 'go public' with my own.
Oh yeah - I really like Nurse with Wound - pretty much everything that I've heard.
I went through the obligatory Merzbow period, but I got kind of tired of him.
I really like this guy's stuff - Paskal: http://soundcloud.com/mododd (and a bit of a future plug - I'm going to be putting out a release on his label www.gameoflifeproject.com)
Lots more. Can't think.