Saturday, April 02, 2011

2009/2010 REDUX

The Others In NUTS magazine

This week! Pictured above a baboon's arse.

Apparently we played a gig on a tube. This will enhance future visits to the pub:

2008 REDUX:


19-01-08 – Casbah - Coventry
20-01-08 – The Loft - Castleford
22-01-08 – The Venue - Newcastle
23-01-08 – Hoxton - Bar And Grill
30-01-08 – Rome - Jailbreak
01-02-08 – Fucecchio - La Limonaia
02-02-08 – Bologna - Covo
03-02-08 – Ancona - Thermos
04-02-08 – Lecce - Istanbul Cafe
08-02-08 – Brixton Jamm – Love Music Hate Racism

Digital Download Only -
Probate (single edit)/It Doesn't Matter To Me/Looking For A Product

2007 Redux - taken from the myspace blog.

12-01-07 - Proud Gallery - Year Zero Club, Camden, London
09-02-07 - St Aloysius Social Club, Euston, London
26-04-07 - Cologne - Prime Club - Germany
27-04-07 - Hamburg - Molotow - Germany
28-04-07 - Berlin - Lido - Germany
29-04-07 - Munich - Atomic Cafe, Germany
27-05-07 - Redbridge Green Fair
07-07-07 -The Bitter End - Romford
16-07-07 - Melange Club - London
18-08-07 - The Wherehouse - Tottenham, London
26-08-07 - The Cross - Crowborough, Mid-Sussex
09-08-07 - Alchemy Bar - Wolverhampton
10-08-07 - The Cell - Lincoln
11-08-07 - The Star And Garter - Manchester
12-08-07 - Rainbow - Birmingham
13-08-07 - Independent - Sunderland
03-11-07 - The Junction - York
04-11-07 - The Brudenell Social Club - Leeds
10-11-07 - The Bitter End –Romford
15-11-07 – The Vibe Bar - London
04-11-07 – Alchemy Bar - Wolverhampton
07-11-07 – Pemberton Centre - Rushden

6 Aug 2007
  • Manchester Live Review From

    In The City, Dry Bar, Manchester
    27 Oct 2006

    In The City, the annual event that sees Manchester host the biggest city based music festival in the country, introduces both music lovers and industry officials to the best in new music and unsigned talent. You could say its England's very own mini SXSW!

    There are a decent number of people watching as New Rhodes work their way through the best of their new album, but it's safe to say that most are there to pass the time until the true headliners of the night-The Others- take to the stage!

    After an absence from the scene for a while, The Others return with new album 'Inward Parts'. From start to finish, fronted by the now infamous Dominic Masters- who spends more time in the crowd and on top of the speakers, than on the actual stage – they work there way through an almost perfect set list of old and new songs. They clearly know how to work the crowd, which by this time has surged forward and become a sweaty pit of hardcore fans that all seem to want to get as close to they band as they can! It has been a long time since I have been to a gig with as much atmosphere and attitude as this – without glow sticks, at least! Old favourites such as 'William' and 'Lackey' receive an incredible response, with everyone, as far as I can see, joining in. The new songs ('The Truth That Hurts', 'Thick As Thieves') have a different tone to them which makes it clear that the band have developed since they were last touring. The key to the shows success though is Dom; there are few leads that give out as much energy, intensity and 'give a shit' attitude as he does tonight. The Others are back and pretty soon, if tonight is anything to go by, everyone is going to know about it.

    The Others Setlist
    Guard My Kind, Lackey, Looking For A Product, Truth That Hurts, Always Be Mine, Desolate, Stan Bowles,
    Watch It, Got No Money, William, Why Should I Try?, Thick As Thieves, Probate, Poor

    Review by Louise Mooney

  • Tottenham gig- Sat 18th August

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