Fresh off an outstanding sold-out live show at the Barbican for EFG London Jazz Festival, British electronic collective Submotion Orchestra release their fourth album Colour Theory via Counter Records. Colour Theory is a new benchmark for Submo - an expansion of their cinematic, highly textured electronica to shape a record of immense poise and epic scope.
The band draw on a stellar cast of collaborators including Andrew Ashong (Sound Signature / Which Way) for the track 'Needs', which Gilles Peterson premiered on his BBC 6 Music show this week.
Seb Wildblood takes on remix honors for 'Needs' and highlights the organic textures that are present in the original. He's been making waves recently with his party and label Church, playing a key roll in the South London club scene. His musical style explores the deeper side of dance music with sophisticated arrangements and forward thinking yet nostalgic motifs while also translating to the dancefloor. He's brilliantly transformed the Submo track and we can expect much more from him in the near future.
Colour Theory is out now via Counter Records. Purchase Here
Colour Theory Tour:
Mar 04 - The Bullingdon, Oxford
Mar 05 - Epic, Norwich
Mar 11 - Electric Brixton, London
Mar 12 - Concorde 2, Brighton
Mar 18 - Bird, Rotterdam (NLD)
Mar 19 - Het Depot, Leuven (BEL)
Mar 24 - Gorilla, Manchester
Mar 25 - Motion, Bristol
Mar 26 - 02 Academy, Leicester
Apr 16 - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Apr 28 - Globe, Cardiff
Apr 29 - 24 Street Kitchen, Liverpool
Apr 30 - Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
May 27 - Redcliffe Farm, Scarborough