British musician Robert Haigh has released since 80's a diverse series of musics with origins to piano minimalism, ambient, avant-electronics, ritual music, experimentalism...
His early obscure years comprise eponymous solo works, and also several collaborations and disguises under bandnames as Sema, Truth Club, Fote, and others...
Fote - "Perfect Sense" (12'', Le Rey Records, 1981)
Fote was a Haigh's experimental project circa 1980-81. Line up included drummer Trevor Reidy (Nurse with Wounds, Danielle Dax, Monochrome Set...) and Deborah Harding on vocals. They released two 12'' EPs "Perfect Sense", "Shaking The House" and the Truth Club / Fote split 7'' single "Sleight / Looking For Lost Toy".
Fote - "Shaking The House" (12'', Le Rey Records, 1981)
Wider recognition and commercial success for Robert Haigh came in 90's, when Haigh dealt both as musician (Splice, Omni Trio, etc...) and labelman (Parlament Music, Candidate Records...) with pioneering and hardcore dance electronica, drum'n'bass, jungle... mixing his atmospheres with breakbeats.
Recently Haigh has returned to ambient-classical piano works.