Illumination is available in two parts. The A-side of Part I is upbeat, getting underway with the record's shuffling 10-minute title track. It's all about drums on the flip. The wonky, bass-heavy "Entangled" is the kind of track you'd hear at the tail-end of an extended Get Perlonized or Club Der Visionaere session—trippy but skill kicking hard. "Silhouette" is the release's best cut. Though gloomy, its big broken beat and buried vocal pack a punch.
Part II begins with "Savikalpa," another expansive and bottom-heavy track. Despite its fluttery keys, a chunky low-end gives it a dense, subaquatic vibe. "Zero Point" continues the foggy theme with chugging percussion and hazy stabs. The retro finale "Luminary" is another highlight. Its glistening mid-range is begging for afterhours plays, and it caps off an impressive release from one of the hardest workers in minimal house.