Ed Buller

Edmund Wilbur Hudson "Ed" Buller (born 9 August 1962 in Reigate, Surrey) is an English record producer and former musician. He has primarily worked with English bands including Suede, Pulp, The Raincoats and The Courteeners.

Ed Buller
Birth nameEdmund Wilbur Hudson Buller
Born (1962-08-09) 9 August 1962 (age 57)
Reigate, Surrey, England
  • Music producer
  • musician
Years active1977–present
Associated acts


Buller first became interested in music after his father, composer John Buller, took him to see Stravinsky's ballet, The Rite of Spring, at the age of 6. As a teenager, he joined The Psychedelic Furs as a keyboard player and toured with them for several years. After leaving the band, he took up record production, moving his way up through London studios and eventually became the in-house engineer for Island Records. Buller's first successful album that he produced was Suede's debut album in 1993 which peaked #1 on the UK albums chart as well winning the Mercury Prize award. During career he achieved two other number one albums (Suede's Coming Up and White Lies's To Lose My Life...) and a Brit awards nomination for best producer. In 1995, he worked with Flood, Gary Stout and Dave Bessell on Node; an analog-synth heavy project that produced a single album, Node (a follow-up was released in 2014: Node 2).

In 1998, Ed moved to California (where he currently lives) and studied composition and orchestration at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He has recently worked with British bands White Lies, The Courteeners, The Cheek and One Night Only, recording in Brussels, as well as Suede's comeback album Bloodsports in March 2013, and their seventh album Night Thoughts in January 2016.

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In the 1990s he was also contracted to work with a band called ' That Uncertain Feeling'. This was a band signed to the ' Dead Dead Good ' record label, whose other roster was ' The Charlatans ' as managed by Steve Harrison. The Edge when to number 2 position in the Billboard College Charts and was featured on BBC Radio 1.


^a Peaked as #1 on the UK albums chart.
^b Won a Mercury Prize award.
^c Nominated for a Brit Award for best producer.

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