Rex Brough

Rex Brough
Meriden, Warwickshire, England
Occupation Record Producer and Digital audio editor


Rex Brough aka Ruler John as well as the Crimson King (given birth to 1960 in Meriden, Warwickshire) can be an English record manufacturer and editor of radio programs, mainly for the BBC. His production function includes UK Best 40 hits for Bomb the Bass, Betty Boo and Description of Audio. After a short time being a program musician, generally for Pookah makes 3, he became live audio engineer for Harvey as well as the Wallbangers. Being a documenting engineer, he caused a number of people including Sinitta and Slim Gaillard. Following graph success with Betty Boo and Definition of Appear, he spent some time working being a freelance digital editor, focusing on radio comedy displays, mainly for BBC Radio 4. Lately he continues to be working on the air 4 comedy displays “Documented for Training Reasons” made by Adam Bromley, “In regards to a Dog” compiled by Graeme Backyard, made by Jon Naismith, and “Rudi’s Rare Information, starring Lenny Henry. In the 80’s Rex was also the producer of several successful albums with the experimental rock and roll group Harvey as well as the Wallbangers.