My listening has been predominantly split between loads of minimalist piano / modern classical, and a few ambient discoveries I'll share.
1. I was reading another one of Kris Weston's rants about his time in The Orb and he pointed out that every single track on Ultraworld was made by a different person. One of my favourites (Star 6 & 7, 8, 9) was made by Tom Green, who I'd never heard of. Another Fine Day is his most prominent alias. Life Before Land is something of a sleeper ambient classic, but his newest album A Good Place To Be is almost as good. Both are incredibly light and airy, perfect for summer, but also extremely well written and filled with deft touches.
2. Another early '90s sleeper from Gas (no, not that Gas). There's a lot of ambient techno and so-called "intelligent techno" from that era that is an almighty pile of wank, but this album delivers on the concept better than almost anything I've heard outside SAW 85-92. Fantastic sound design, melodies that will actual float in your head after the last track has finished and vintage early '90s vibes. Great shit.
3. I'm surprised you've never mentioned this one Woony, Mu was the other ambient opus released by Acronym last year, and I actually prefer it to June. Again, very light and airy, perfect for summertime chilling. Although it was only released last year it fits in very well with the previous two releases.
4. Thylacine - Transsiberian. Came across this one because the lead single got an epic club remix from Michael Mayer, but the source album is basically ambient house, Northern Exposure style, made in a 2016 stylee. Lots of sampled ethno-chanting and feel good harmonies, but out go the breakbeats and trancey textures and in come more acoustic instruments and contemporary influences. Quite nice to hear a classic sound updated without just slipping into retro pastiche mode.
> Skipton's Only Prog Night [Warm Up Grooves]
> Welcome To the Future [Driving Progressive]
> Autumn Drive [Progressive]
> The Rebel Alliance [Tech/Progressive]
> The Sunset Session [Everything]