Robin Fox can be an Australian experimental designer and classically trained composer most widely known for his shows and installations utilizing lasers and smoke cigarettes devices, transforming improvised shades and indicators from his laptop computer into stunning 3-D visuals. Like a documenting designer, he offers collaborated thoroughly with Anthony Pateras and Oren Ambarchi, and provides issued single albums on Editions Mego. His sharpened, occasionally chaotic recordings give a jolt of neon power towards the improvised electro-acoustic music picture. Fox and Pateras (both of whom also participated in Martin Ng Turntable Orchestra) debuted in 2003 with Coagulate, a loud, glitchy improv record released by Melbourne-based store/label Synaesthesia. The next year, Fox added to Pateras’ Mutant Theater record released on John Zorn’s Tzadik label within their Composer Series. In 2005, Fox, Pateras, and Martin Ng collaborated with MC Vulk Makedonski with an experimental hip-hop task known as Beta Erko; the quartet’s record I’m Fine You’re OK made an appearance on Quecksilber. Also that season, Fox and dual bassist Clayton Thomas collaborated for an record entitled Substation, released by Lawrence English’s Area40 label. Fox and Pateras teamed up once again in 2007 for Flux Compendium, released with the esteemed Austrian label Editions Mego. A Fox single DVD (Backscatter) premiered by Synaesthesia quickly before it shut in 2007. Fox and Pateras released another record on Editions Mego, End of Daze, in 2008. This is accompanied by Fox’s 2010 single album A small number of Automation for the same label. Polish label Bocian Information released Fox’s “Even more Difficult Futures” 7″ in 2011, and Connected (a cooperation between Fox and Ambarchi) made an appearance on Kranky in 2012. 3 years afterwards, Fox came back to Editions Mego for his second single album, A LITTLE Prometheus.