The seven-piece electronic/jazz ensemble Submotion Orchestra combined an eclectic mixture of bass, soul, ambient electronica, jazz, and dub, that was complemented from the sultry vocals of singer Ruby Real wood. The project started at the demand of York Arts Council, if they asked founding people Tommy Evans (Gentleman’s Dub Golf club) and Dom “Ruckspin” Howard (Writer) to create a traditional/dub crossover piece to become performed at York Minster in ’09 2009. Following the success of this particular display, Evans and Howard came back with their hometown of Leeds, U.K., with a fresh musical eyesight and enough connections to assemble the proper musicians for the work. Submotion Orchestra had been revered because of their energetic concert events, first on an area level at their every week residency at Leeds club Hukaz. They shortly strike the U.K. festival path, where their music as well as the feel-good atmosphere they promoted produced them a company festival preferred. By 2011 that they had released their debut record, Finest Hour, via Rank Records, attaining the support of BBC Radio 6 DJ Gilles Peterson, who continue steadily to endorse their music for quite some time to come. The next record, Fragments, premiered only a calendar year later. Following its discharge, Ninja Melody offshoot label Counter-top Records contacted the music group about releasing potential material, resulting in third record Alium (2014) and 4th record Color Theory (2016).