As the record label is run entirely by the artists themselves, there is little room for prima donnas on the Make Mine Music roster. In addition, those artists are free to pursue their own vision. 'Flow' sees all the musicians involved make contributions to what is a great representation of their unique talents beginning with Schengen's 'City' which carries strong shades of Kraftwerk's 'Franz Schubert' about it. There are skittering electro-beats courtesy of Avrocar, Innerise supply studied, chill-out including the brilliant 'Mermaid Cafe' and Epic45 show their growing confidence in using their own vocals, making them the natural successors to Hood's throne. Elsewhere Portal deliver two interesting variations from last year's excellent 'Promise' album, Jon Attwood's Yellow6 project adds a previously untapped pastoral outlook to his oeuvre on 'August 26' and July Skies gorgeously recalls lost childhood with delicate guitar patterns. Though all these artists continue to plough an individual furrow, each of them manage to conjure up themes of innocence allied with a sense of darkness and mystery. As the album title indicates, there is also a seamless transition from one track to the next. Long may this small but perfectly formed label continue.