"Our programmer, Nick Coler, is a genius. He can play on the piano every piece of music ever written, his left hand a blur of fumbled bass notes, while his spectacles slide down his perspiring nose. His cathedral choir boy sense of fun has never left him and he sports a line of strange hand knitted jumpers. Is continually trying out new haircuts. Drives second hand Audi's. He plays keyboards with the Rubettes."While he working with the KLF, Nick Coler also collaborated with the Rubettes. In 1993, Nick and Ian Richardson (engineer for The KLF) released a novelty single based on the Lemmings computer game in 1993. The one-off collaboration put out the "Lemmings" single under the name SFX.
In 1999, he left London and returned to the idea of sacred music. This time, it was the invention of the wave translator, a sound bed with specially written music, which is tuned to the chakras. This is installed at Ragdale Hall in the UK.
In 2001, he teamed with Brian Higgins to work on a project under the name Mr. Joshua. He would then join the Xenomania team as an official member. With Xenomania he co-wrote and co-produced many of their hits for acts such as Girls Aloud, Sugababes, Alesha Dixon, Kylie and many others. He left the team in 2010.
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