Colin Elliot is a Mercury-nominated producer, songwriter, arranger and programmer based in Sheffield with credits including Richard Hawley, Kylie Minogue, Jarvis Cocker, Paul Weller, Slow Club, Tony Christie, Magic Numbers, Texas and The Wedding Present amongst others. Probably best known for his work with Richard Hawley, Colin has been working with Hawley since he became a solo artist in 1999, co-producing, arranging and playing on all of his seven full length releases including the Mercury-nominated “Cole’s Corner”. In 2012, Colin was asked to co-produce, mix and arrange horns and strings for Kylie Minogue‘s orchestral album “The Abbey Road Sessions” - which has since received Gold Certification in the UK.
A full time recording engineer since 1999, Robin joined the team at Yellow Arch Studios in 2003. He has since worked on a large number and range of recording projects both at Yellow Arch and other studios both in the UK and Europe. Past clients have included The Maccabees, Jarvis Cocker, French lounge duo The Lovers and Richard Hawley. In 2013 he engineered albums for French songwriter Bertrand Belin, and the debut album by John Lennon McCullagh, the first signing and release by Alan McGee's 359 Records.