The third in a series of compilations from Enraptured Records sees the term ambience spread into surprisingly varied music genres. Stellarscope begin proceedings with a marvellous widescreen take on Spiritualized's spaced-out rock, Pulby's 'Wherever We Go Now' is an indie-pop song based on naggingly simple keyboard chords whilst the effort by 'Folksongs For The Afterlife' is described by the name of the group alone. More typically for ambient music Portal, Phosphene and Elixir embrace beautiful 'hairs on the back of the neck' otherwordliness. Not forgetting Susie & Kate's 'Black Bendy Straws' - an impressive stab at Orbital's 'Snivilization' period -, the mad ecstatic rush of Santa Klaus' 'Electric' and the way in which Elysium On 37th outbliss The Beloved's most blissed-out moments. Phobos 3 and Innerise excel at hypnosis and Southall Riot deliver a quality impersonation of Mogwai's 'Helps Both Ways' with rugby commentary taking over from American football as the background theme. Needless to say, with so many highlights this is a far cry from the usual lazily cobbled together chill-out album.