Statement Of Intent

NO OTHER love little reissue labels that put the music first and worry about sales afterwards. No Other adores psychedelia, garage, folk and country-rock, progressive, funky rock, orchestral pop, hard-rock, ’70s powerpop, soul and funk, chamber pop... and magazines and books that DON'T (always) put The Beatles on the cover!!! No Other is fanatical about quirky cinema, animation and music and culture documentaries. NO OTHER will also work with whatever you throw at us... Nothing is beyond us. Please email for rates.

We love the OLD and the NEW.

If you want to be treated with respect and have your PR campaigns last longer than one week. Contact us now... we're based in North London and happy to meet any prospective clients.

Email: Jonathan No

On this site are scans and screen grabs of the reviews that No Other have gained their clients. Click on each to view full size.

Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Gene Clark DVD review, Shindig!

Liverpool Psych Fest review, Shindig!

Liverpool Psych Fest rev, Ruta 66

Jethro Tull (book) review, Shindig!

The New Alchemy review, Shindig!

Trummor & Orgel review, Shindig!

French Boutik review, Shindig!

Left Lane Cruiser review, Ruta 66

The Movements review, Psychotropic Zone

The Movements review, Ruta 66

The Movements review, Shindig!

Dirty Streets review, Blues

Dirty Streets feature, Blues

Vidunder review, Rock Hard

Ape Skull review, Rock Hard

Tuesday, 5 November 2013

Gene Clark DVD director interview, Say It With Garage Flowers

Read the whole review here

Gene Clark DVD review, MOJO

Gene Clark DVD review, Uncut

Gene Clark DVD review, Psyche Het Van Folk

Trummor & Orgel review, Ikon

The Movements review, Rockaway

Sky Picnic review, Antiseen

Schnauser review, Harmonic Distortion

Schnauser review, Terrascope

Sasquatch review, Spader ESS

Sasquatch review, Muzik Reviews

Sasquatch review, Paranoid Hitsophrenic

Sasquatch review, Harmonic Distortion

Sasquatch review, FFM-Rock

Sasquatch review, The Financial Times

Sandra Phillips review, Pennyblack

The Movements review, Vive Le Rock

The Movements review, The Roomshaker