Opening on glacial chords that echo Brian Eno’s ambient work, the latest by U.K. electronic magician Andy Stott cooks down the abstract beauty of his 2012 LP Luxury Problems to a new minimalism. Which isn’t to say it’s sleepy, or comforting. On “Violence,” sidekick Alison Skidmore intones “clap your hands” over uneasy melody and menacing beats; “Damage” evokes a sheet-metal assault. Silence and space are savored even when the tempo ratchets up. But human tenderness still illuminates these tracks at their darkest: On the title cut, minor chords murmur under industrial screeches while Skidmore sings of love. Then she’s gone.