The ambient master returns to the purism of his minimal works like ‘discreet music’ and ‘music for airports’ on this soothing, timely set.
‘Reflection’ is about right, these tones and drones creating seductive spaces for pause in these chaotic times. There’s a sense of an author to these drifts, never aimless, and bearing the hand of an artist deeply in tune with how music works. This is beautiful stuff which leaves a deeply therapeutic imprint at the start of 2017, which we are sure to return to again and again this year for a taste of the profound solace it offers. “’Reflection’ is a product for everyone; not just the music lover. Yes, the music alone can be easily appreciated for its virtuosity; however, the whole package assists people with their day-to-day lives and provokes mindfulness and interaction with the wider world.” 9/10 – the line of best fit
- Reflection I
- Reflection II
- Reflection III
- Reflection IV