Jazz-tinged soul is the order of the day as Positive Flow makes a much-welcomed return via Tokyo Dawn. Ranging from sultry street soul to percussive deep house, Flow Lines is a rich weave of vibes that suit floors and headphones alike. Highlights abound, but if only a nincompoop wouldn't stop by and check out the swaggering Amp Fiddler-esque "Hold On" (featuring Colonel Red) or indeed the more tender-toned piano-stroker "Do What I Do" (featuring Omar). And once you've checked those two tracks, we reckon you'll be sold on the rest. Organic soul vibes don't come much richer than this.