subtone

subtone

(ˈsʌbˌtəʊn)
n
an undertone, an underlying, low or subordinate tone
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117 Promenade, GL50 1NW 01242 575925/07919 542536 subtone.
Friends described him as "staggering" and "swaying from side to side" and when he vanished from the Subtone club they tried to ring him but could not get hold of him.
At Subtone he had only one drink during the time he was there and I remember it was a rum and coke - he was drinking with one of my friends.
Ellington In Anticipation Mark Lockheart SAXOPHONIST Lockheart explains in the cover note (This is his first release on his own Subtone label and the production and presentation is discretely classy) that his fascination with the Duke began when his father took him to hear the Ellington orchestra in Eastbourne, and he was struck by the individuality of the players.
SUBTONE QUARTET [live music from Germany, in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut] July 16, 9pm
Sugarbeats, Birmingham-based broken-beat jazzers along with DJ Norman Jay and Leftfoot, in the Subtone on Sunday from 9.
Meanwhile if there had been more thrash metal kids around they would have had their hearts gladdened at the Subtone club where Bobby Previte's trio, The Beta Popes, were stretching the ears -and patience - of the jazz audience with an hour of unremitting aural assault.
HAILED as " a fantastic club" by no less than legend of the decks Seb Fontaine, Subtone offers its guests a night that's as cool as it is varied.
A fortnight ago Lockheart finally got around to releasing an album under his own name, and on his own Subtone record label.
Although the relationships of perfect fifths and thirds lie within Tymoczko's orbifold map--and retain their geometric structures--infinite spaces within the 12 tones now emerge, made up of subtones, or fractions, of the intervals between the notes.