December will see the release of our third full album The Skin.
The record features Jared Louche of Chemlab, Jennie Bellestar and a new talent from New York that we met on Twitter, Sapphira Vee. The album features her on the track 'Collapsing Lives' and also her remix of 'Skin Job'
Our remixes for PIG and Trash Deity are now available, and the remix of 'Forbidden Saints' from the new Thrill Kill Kult album will be out soon.
Outlaws & Strays
"Considering that Dogtablet describe their purpose as “creating and producing soundtrack and production music and the occasional commercial release,” it comes as very little surprise that the (Outlaws & Strays) album’s overall mellow, Morcheeba-meets-The Orb vibe works extremely well as cinematic background music (or as an at-home chill-out playlist, for that matter). "
"It Becomes Us" From the album "Outlaws & Strays" 2017
"Addicted To You" featured in the independent film "Lightning" 2018
"Exit West" from the album "Double Thirty" 2018
Began his professional music career in 1984 when he joined the Associates as bassist following the dissolution of the Billy Mackenzie/Alan Rankine partnership. He appeared on the "Perhaps" and "The Glamour Chase" albums as well as several BBC sessions. He then joined Shelleyan Orphan for their 1989 support slot on The Cure's worldwide Prayer Tour and subsequently played bass on their 3rd album "Humroot".
Laurence Tolhurst asked Soave to play on Presence's first single "In Wonder" and he went on to record bass on their album "Inside". Late in 1992 he was asked by Robert Smith if he would deputise for the ill Simon Gallup for the last month of The Cure's Wish tour which he did until Gallup, happily, made a full recovery and rejoined the tour.
At the time, Soave had formed a band, Babacar, with the Orphan's Caroline Crawley and The Cure's Boris Williams. They went on to record their one self-titled album in 1998.
Drummer with seminal industrialists Test Department (1990 -2000), co-writing and co-producing the "Totality"and "Tactics For Evolution" albums.
He met Martin Atkins while Test Dept were signed to his Invisible Records label in Chicago and shortly after was invited to join Atkins' traveling Pigface family. During this time he released a solo album "Orange" under the name Subgenius.
Since turning to production music he has worked for KPM, BMG Production Music and the BBC.