What I get out of ambient is a real connection to "the wiring behind the walls". The very best ambient, for me, brings imagery of landscapes, space, light, growth and futurity.
With Komorebi, Altus brings his very best; rich, deep, sweet, colourful (never dark). It's beautifully engineered, gorgeous layer upon gorgeous layer, with nothing drowned out, yet spacious in stereo. It may sound corny, but I can best sum up "Komorebi" by quoting Waugh; "drowning in honey."