As per the title, the latest LP from Jon Hopkins is a work with a specific purpose. Created to assist participants in transcendental, psychedelic-assisted therapy sessions, the completely beatless work is a careful balance falling part way between guide and framing device. Early tracks feature field recordings from an Ecuadorian cave including the sound of animals, rushing water and wind slowly crafting a sense of grounded space. From there the album evolves gradually, reducing the layers and becoming more minimal as it wafts and blooms at times filling space, at others creating it. Pleasing, peaceful, and purposeful, ‘Music for Psychedelic Therapy’ is perhaps best enjoyed with few distractions, though thankfully music requires no prescription and Hopkins’ latest creation is liable to bring a little serenity wherever it is played.