Postive Flow “Flow Lines” | Tokyo Dawn Records
Taking 90’s influenced R&B, modern electronic beat music and a flavor full of love, knowledge, determination and mystery, Positive Flow has created a marvelous album in his Flow Lines. Released on Tokyo Dawn Records, the fifteen tracks that comprise this album land into a large body of different musical atmospheres that are connected by a vibrant R&B vibe.
Different styles of keys are used for ever song and vocal guest spots really bring the flavor of the album into new heights. Positive Flow manages to add a lot of world percussion into the music, giving it a modern club feeling but a club south of the American hemisphere most of the influence is derived from. The swirling, psychedelic aura of the album takes shape in the most subtle forms, added to the trailing phased out bliss of an overtone.
When I first heard Flow Lines, the album transitioned from track to track in a beautiful way, creating a really balanced mix that gives the record a lot of lasting power. Built around a lot of dance music, you can really play this album anywhere from how clever layers are added to the mix. I couldn’t believe the mix when I put on headphones and listened to it in full like that. This is music that makes me feel good and the type of sound that I hope enters the minds of many more after us.
Featuring Andre Espeut, Colonel Red, Heidi Vogel, Omar, Sharlene Hector, Stacy Epps, Tesia Rolle & Vanessa Freeman.
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