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09 May 11
Played by: Octane & Dlr
31 Oct 11
UK Funky/UK Garage
Review: A seven-piece project from Leeds, Submotion Orchestra offer a live take on the sounds of post-dubstep, and "Always" is the second single to be taken from their debut album Finest Hour, released on Exceptional this summer. Incorporating the kind of shuffling, unpredictable rhythms and lush keys that could be mistaken for a Floating Points production, soulful vocals and a driving sense of groove, "Always" is the kind of track that could easily get dancefloors moving or soundtrack the post club wind-down. Remixes come from Laxx and Synkro; Laxx transforms the original into a dub-reggae influenced jam with some serious low end, and Synkro offers the best version, turning it into a sublime garage infused broken-beat number, and taking the vocals into Burial territory with some masterful pitchshifting.
13 Jun 11
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
06 Feb 12
UK Funky/UK Garage
08 Oct 12
Played by: Ennio Styles (Stylin Radio Show)
14 May 12
Review: London via Leeds seven-piece outfit, Submotion Orchestra have been the talk of both towns and beyond recently, turning heads with their unique and refreshing take on electronica, bringing together elements of soul, ambient, dub, dubstep and jazz in their exceptional productions. This next release, "It's Not Me, It's You" provides a taster from their forthcoming album and is utterly sublime from start to finish. The intro is all sonorous vocal and scattered synth lines and gently the track progresses into a deep, ambient main part with guitar strumming, enticing looping beats and soft, textured atmospherics. The vocal comes in and out of focus with a beautiful trumpet twisting things up around the halfway point, adding a good dose of jazz to the proceedings. This is a must buy from music fans from across the spectrum.
04 Feb 13
Review: Ruckspin's world-storming soul dub outfit have gone from strength to strength since their last album Fragments. And rightly so, dubstep has very few genuine 'bands', especially not ones who craft a song of Submotion's calibre. Here we find their shuffling bass gurgler "Thinking" getting two interesting subversions for the big house floors; Toolroom boss Mark Knight gives it a classic mid 90s Yoshiesque feel while Uggs & Barbour add more of a contemporary electro cosmicity to proceedings.