In 1981, Paul Theroux published The Mosquito Coast, a prize winning novel that eventually got adapted to the big screen by none other than Peter Weir (with a kick ass cast comprised on Harrison Ford, Helen Mirren, and Joaquin Phoenix).
It's a book about a man that ditched civilization to create his own utopia on a half forgotten land, part travelogue, part coming of age story, and with enough room left to be an adventure thriller, it's also the basis for the first collaboration between prolific experimental musician Celer and Forest Management:
"Collaborating for the first time, Will Long and John Daniel combine their methods using tape machines, loops, and computers to score a reimagining of Peter Weir's film and Paul Theroux's novel "The Mosquito Coast". Sourcing inspiration from a view of the film and book as a historical pendulum, the musicians found that these reinterpretations left them nostalgic for a different time, something that's only partly imagined, and without the defined predictions about the life cycles of mass culture based on our limited understanding of current events."
There's something about utopias that makes for great ambient music, even if they succumb to chaos and become dystopic eventually. Trust me, you need this record in your life; get you a physical/digital copy here.