The producers are group of successful English musician and producers that was formed in 2006 by record producers Trevor Horn (bass and vocals) and Steve Lipson (guitar), and musicians Lol Creme (guitar and vocals) and Ash Soan (drums). The group later on went to change their name to The Trevor Horn Band.
The producers debuted their first album, Made in Basing Street on June 25, 2012. The album consists of 15 songs in total. In 2009, the producer Chris Braide, which was one of the original founding members of the band left due to work commitment, but still contributed to the debuted album.
Made In Basing Street album consists of 15 songs altogether, and they are as follow:
- Waiting for the Right Time
- Your Life
- Man on the Moon
- Every Single Night in Jamaica
- Stay Elaine
- Barking Up the Right Tree
- Garden of Flowers
- Watching You Out There
- You & I
- Your Life (Extended Version)
- Garden of Flowers (Guitar Intro Version)
- Seven on 12
- There’s Only So Much You Can Do
- Freeway (12″ Extended Version) (Hidden Track)
The Producers was first created with an intention of producer Trevor Horn and his partner, Steve Lipson to take a break from the studio work and perform live music. The band soon was able to attract some of the passionate musicians, such as Chris Braide, music video director and former 10cc frontman Lol Creme (also formerly of Godley and Creme and Art of Noise) and session drummer Ash Soan (worked for various artists including Dido and Robbie Williams, and former member of Del Amitri)
In 2012, the band had a brief tour across the major universities in England, playing at Southampton Solent University, South Birmingham College, Leeds College of Music, Buckinghamshire New University and the Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford, which gave them some more popularity across the England, before began their international concert tour in Japan later on.