This ambient music goes out, further down the line of history, as in: coming our way, and by passes Cage, Satie and Eno, but takes a lead from Tangerine Dream straight to the minimalist beats of Plastikman and/or any other work by Richie Hawtin. The arpeggios are great on this record and the beat is very minimal. Towards the end of ‘Dystopia’ one has the idea this is minimal techno with its use of delay and synthesizers, but throughout this all sound very cosmic in approach. I have no idea why Lamour thinks I may not like this. I love it. I love the early seventies synth music, I loved ambient house in the mid-90s and I always hoped that the current revival (or is that already over yet?) of cosmic music would lead to more beat-driven music. So the spacious rhythms of Pro424 are well spend on me. One excellent trip, this pro424.