The godfather of ambient music returns with Lux, a four-part ambient journey in the vein of his classic ambient works like Discreet Music and Music for Films. Consisting of just a few moving parts which then come together to form something coherent, Lux feels elemental in the truest sense. Bit of it fade into the background while sometimes it startlingly comes to life despite having changed very little during the proceedings. The single, disjointed piano notes and droning synth lines come together for pleasing passages that seem to say something concrete before drifting apart again. The proceedings sound like the aural equivalent of tectonic plates softly crashing together, making for a replayable and deeply personal listening experience.