Scott Sinfield's Portal project represented the most consistently accessible and melodic music on the Make Mine label with this year's 'Promise' CD. Given further reach by singer Rachel Hughes' soothing tones it deserved a far wider audience. 'Music For Broadcast', however, is limited to 100 copies and is a different kettle of fish altogether. It is an accompanying ambient piece for the Broadcast Art Exhibition in Stafford. As one would anticipate it is wholly instrumental and fittingly inobtrusive rather than overpowering. Consisting of one 49-minute long track, it can be separated in to three distinct parts that subtly change shape, the first of which is taken up by a piece of Brian Eno-inspired minimalism. The second, more eventful piece harks back to Harold Budd-style influences; taking in some pleasant bell samples en route whilst the final third is the most dramatic movement; abundant in hopeful strings and a dreamy positivity. Granted, as a listening experience this is the least arresting of Portal releases so far but as an exercise in the synchronicity between visual art and music it does a grand job.