Given his prolific tendencies, it can be no surprise that Jon Attwood has released yet another 70-minute CD of top drawer ambience as Yellow 6. 'Lake Desert' is arguably the least essential of the quartet mainly due to the fact that it lacks an outstanding moment, mainly a sequence of quality moments seamlessly joined together using guitar, piano and loops with subtle changes in tone. Musically this album hasn't developed noticeably from the last recording and the old influences of Cocteau Twins, Durutti Column and Bark Psychosis are still very apparent, making it quite conceivable that his work so far was recorded back-to-back without breaks. So where next for Attwood? It's probably an irrelevant question as this release will please his legion of fans and his music will always be thankfully a little too intelligent for the Best Chill-Out Album Ever Volume 3,256.