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Boomkat Product Review:
The union between two august figureheads of UK electronic experimentation continues as Eno’s latest long player for Warp waves in the New Year.
Since singing to Warp back in 2010, Eno’s musical output has taken on many shades, from the highlife instigations of his work with Karl Hyde to the occasional deviations into dubstep and techno with Rick Holland. Reflection continues Eno’s return to focussing on ambient music, casting aside some of the conceptual aspirations (and the sea shanties) that featured on his last Warp long-player, The Ship, in favour of one near-hour generative composition.
In contrast to the rather murky self-portrait that adorns the cover art, there is a glistening clarity present throughout Reflection, a becalming exercise in classicist ambient exploration that feels wholly satisfying through its 54-minute duration