Review: Prolific producer Carlos Nino fires out albums at roughly the same pace as a bored teenager sends out text messages. We've lost count of the number of full-length excursions he's released to date, though we can confirm that this is the fifth album in his collaborative ...& Friends series. As the title, Going Home, euphemistically hints, all six compositions were inspired by death and the idea of the afterlife. Musically, it's a stunningly evocative and emotion-rich affair, with Ninos and his chosen musicians (including new age legend Iasos) effortlessly combining elements of early '80s electronica, Berlin school ambient, free-jazz, Penguin Cafe Orcehstra style Baroque eccentricity and Namlook-esque deep space bliss. In other words, it's another inspired and must-have record from Carlos Ninos.