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Constant & eloquent

Amazing album once again from SUBMOTION ORCHESTRA. They somehow manage to engage musicality with lyrics in a perfect jazzy mood blended with deep base funks. Just absolutely amazing music.

The best hidden gem

Submotion has a minimalist, entrancing style with warm, lush bass that hits on the UK dubstep of the early 90s, while ruby’s vocals are truly on another level. Quite the shame they haven’t toured in the US but i will keep them as my favorite secret until they get bigger. Just an amazing atmospheric quality especially when it’s produced by 7 band members and not one DAW production program with a bunch of plug ins. Highly recommend checking out All Night off their old EP, still one of their best pieces.

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Biography

Formed: 2009 in Leeds, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The seven-piece electronic/jazz ensemble Submotion Orchestra combined an eclectic mix of bass, soul, ambient electronica, jazz, and dub, which was complemented by the sultry vocals of singer Ruby Wood. The project began at the request of York Arts Council, when they asked founding members Tommy Evans (Gentleman's Dub Club) and Dom "Ruckspin" Howard (Author) to compose a classical/dub crossover piece to be performed at York Minster in 2009. After the success of that particular show, Evans and Howard...
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