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.

Friday, 27 March 2015

Moth Effect, Il Mucchio review

The Independent Record Market

A reminder that tomorrow is The Independent Record Market in London's thriving Spitalfields.

All manner of cool labels will be there including No Other clients Golden Ass, Follyphone, Sunstone, Snapper and Gare Du Nord.

Pop over to their stalls and say No Other sent ya. There'll be lots of limited edition goodies there to buy and yummy craft beer to sup.

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Smash Fashion, Metal Core Zine review

Moth Effect, Unrecorded review

The Pretty Things, San Gabriel Tribune news

The Pretty Things, Knoxville News Sentinel feature

The Pretty Things, The Courier Journal news

The Pretty Things, Good Times review

The Pretty Things, Distortioni review and feature

Prog Rock FAQ (book), Good Times review

The Granite Show, The Daily Mirror review

Hypnos, Terrascope review

The Ark-Aics, Styrofoam Drone review

The Ark-Aics and Bellowers, Rat Boy reviews

Black Rainbows, Writing About Music review

Black Rainbows, Rock Bladet review

Black Rainbows, Terrascope review

Moth Effect, Gee Gaw review

Moth Effect, Terrascope review

Moth Effect, Il Mucchio review