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About Robert Fox

Before his professional music career began, new age musician Robert Fox taught drama and art in British schools. However, after he acquired a Roland D50 synthesizer and produced the soundtrack to a youth production of A Midsummer's Night Dream in 1987, Fox became seriously interested in composition. Four years later, his debut album, Asfafa (which was re-released in 2000) came out. The '90s proved particularly fruitful for Fox, as he issued four more solo albums (including The Fire and the Rose, which was based on T.S. Eliot's The Four Quartets) as well as two (1995's For Whom the Bell and 1999's Uforia) for his side group, Code: Indigo. In 2000, Fox's sixth studio album, Talking Heads, was issued, as well as Blue, a four-disc collaboration with David Wright. Three years later -- the same year Code: Indigo's Timecode came out -- Underworld was released, followed by Maya in 2004. ~ Marisa Brown

  • ORIGIN
    Newcastle-under-Lyme, England
  • GENRE
    Electronic
  • BORN
    29 January 1950

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