Soulsavers (also known as The Soulsavers Soundsystem) are an English production and remix team composed of Rich Machin and Ian Glover. The Soulsavers' downtempo electronica sound incorporates influences of rock, gospel, soul, and country. To date, the duo has released four albums: Tough Guys Don't Dance in 2003, It's Not How Far You Fall, It's the Way You Land (with Mark Lanegan and others) in 2007, Broken in 2009 (again, with Lanegan and guest vocalists), and The Light the Dead See (with Dave Gahan of Depeche Mode).
This post is part of our “Top Albums of The Decade” series. Follow the series to read about the best music to grace our ears in the 2000s. Bat for Lashes – Fur & Gold (Parlophone/The Echo Label) Captivating and mystic, Natasha Khan’s bristling debut “Fur & Gold” is like a never-ending fairytale crossed with [...]
Album name: Broken Artist name: Soulsavers Genre: A Confused Shrug Released: August 17 2009 Label: V2 ZME Rating: 9/10 Website: Myspace I clearly don’t know about you – and let’s face it, you probably prefer it that way – but I’m not a particularly splendid example of a human being. You can tell by the [...]
We’ve posted, earlier this week, what new records are out at the moment; now it’s time for you to sample them, in their entirety for free and legally. If you like them, please buy the respective records. Underworld are back with their fifth LP Oblivion with Bells, their first one in five years actually. There [...]