Chris Watson was a founding person in late-’70s/early-’80s techno and synth-pop innovators Cabaret Voltaire and, later, ambient-industrial fusioners the Hafler Trio. In something of the odd change, Watson remaining the music market behind in the first ’90s to are a audio recordist for the Royal Culture for the Safety of Parrots. Watson quickly branched out into creation for film and tv, and offers since dealt with field recording for several nature applications, documentaries, and show movies. In 1996, after collecting thousands of hours of area recordings from much less accessible parts of the globe, Watson came back, after a style, to music creation, liberating his first-ever “single record,” Stepping in to the Dark, on Jon Wozencroft’s Contact label. In fact a compilation of recordings of organic configurations spanning from Inverness to Kenya to Venezuela to Cumbria, the discharge was lauded by resources as mixed as American indie rock and roll magazine CMJ SONGS Once a month and German experimental post-techno musician Uwe “Atom Center” Schmidt, who proceeded to go as far as to desire fans to search out Stepping in to the Dark via the put of his 1996 Compact disc, Constructed. Watson’s second record for Contact, Inside the Group of Fire, premiered in 1998.