b. 9 August 1960, Bloomsbury, London, Britain. Foster was among the much less celebrated leading lamps behind the Creation Information success tale. His roots, like those of another Creation veteran, Ed Ball, could be traced back again to the first 80s avant garde pop of the tv screen Personalities. He also created the TVP’s traditional recording, The Painted Term, before becoming a member of Alan McGee in the embryonic Biff Bang Pow! In 1983 he created Creation with Alan McGee and Dick Green, heading on to end up being the label’s home producer. With this capability he produced lots of the early singles and albums that recognized the label, including materials from the Loft, Primal Scream, Jesus And Mary String and Biff Bang Pow! By 1987 Foster experienced begun a romantic relationship with My Bloody Valentine, saving singles with them for the Kaleidoscope Audio label, before getting them, and another musician on that label, Dave Kusworth, to Creation. Two albums with Kusworth, plus two Was feeling collections, were stated in 1988, before he transferred to Holland to create various tasks for the Megadisc label. On his go back to England he’d use this knowledge to help youthful bands tour the reduced countries, and he also came back to live audio engineering (having originally taken this function using the fledgling Jesus And Mary String). In 1991 Foster create a small demonstration studio room with Sonic Increase (ex-Spacemen 3) to record the musician’s new materials which of other regional bands. The next year he came back to Creation to create a subsidiary department, the Rev-Ola label, to be able to permit and remaster materials in the 50s to 80s (like the exceptional reissues in the Millennium and Sagittarius). He continuing to perform the label while making albums by 18 Wheeler as well as the Creation, the 60s psyche music group who originally motivated the mother or father label’s selection of title. Following the break-up of Creation Information, Foster shifted to become listed on the newly produced Poptones label. When Poptones strike second round funding complications in November 2001, Foster was unceremoniously dumped. He bounced back 2002, joining pushes with Cherry Crimson Information’ Iain McNay in revitalising the Rev-Ola label.