In fact the single force of 1 Rob Haigh, Omni Trio’s sunny make of intricate, orchestrated drum’n’bass continues to be developing in acclaim because the onset of “ambient” or “intelligent” jungle within the mid-’90s brought names such as for example L.T.J Bukem, Springtime Heel Jack port, and TPower towards the fore. By his thirties, Haigh currently had ten years on most of these names, an undeniable fact produced noticeable in the frequently more eclectic impact behind his music, from Carl Craig and Mantronix to Mls Davis and will. An acolyte of London’s middle-’80s experimental commercial/avant-garde picture, Haigh’s initial Omni Trio produces — some 12″s released in distinct, color-coded sleeves — began to appear in the first ’90s. Following over the pumps of early hardcore and darkside techno, Haigh’s music were one of the primary composed beyond jungle’s instant dancefloor loop, and had been early types of the music’s potential to pull on an array of resources (ambient, home, jazz, spirit) for impact. His initial full-length record, The Deepest Cut: Vol. 1, premiered on Moving Darkness in 1995 and mixed a lot of those early 12″ paths — “Mystic Stepper,” “Renegade Snares” — with some amazing creation and remix function by Bad Play (on “Snares”), amongst others. His correct debut, Haunted Research, premiered by Moving Darkness in 1996; Skeleton Tips implemented in 1997. Furthermore to his significantly successful career being a documenting musician and remixer, Haigh also possessed and operated an archive store in Hertford.