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The Others talk to Phoenix FM

Between 2004 and 2006 The Others were all over the music press – a front cover of the NME, hundreds of gigs and festivals, “guerrilla gigs” making the national press. And more importantly, frontman Dominic Masters was a regular visitor to Phoenix FM, presenting half a dozen radio shows in 2006 to the band’s worldwide fanbase. But then what happened?

Dominic Masters (left) and Johnny Others (right) with new guitarist Estonian Eddie in the middle

Last night the band played their first gig in four years and talked to us about where they’d been and what was coming next. If you missed the interview you can hear it again by clicking below:

 
The gig itself was great – having seen the band seven times in two years before the hiatus, I saw a few real blasts from my past last night. The set had a big proportion of new songs which generally went down well with the sell-out crowd. And of course it was great to catch up with the band who were not only as hospitable as ever but still sounding sharp and with a clear passion to keep making music.

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The Others talk to Phoenix FM

Between 2004 and 2006 The Others were all over the music press – a front cover of the NME, hundreds of gigs and festivals, “guerrilla gigs” making the national press. And more importantly, frontman Dominic Masters was a regular visitor to Phoenix FM, presenting half a dozen radio shows in 2006 to the band’s worldwide fanbase. But then what happened?

Dominic Masters (left) and Johnny Others (right) with new guitarist Estonian Eddie in the middle

Last night the band played their first gig in four years and talked to us about where they’d been and what was coming next. If you missed the interview you can hear it again by clicking below:

 
The gig itself was great – having seen the band seven times in two years before the hiatus, I saw a few real blasts from my past last night. The set had a big proportion of new songs which generally went down well with the sell-out crowd. And of course it was great to catch up with the band who were not only as hospitable as ever but still sounding sharp and with a clear passion to keep making music.

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The Others talk to Phoenix FM

Between 2004 and 2006 The Others were all over the music press – a front cover of the NME, hundreds of gigs and festivals, “guerrilla gigs” making the national press. And more importantly, frontman Dominic Masters was a regular visitor to Phoenix FM, presenting half a dozen radio shows in 2006 to the band’s worldwide fanbase. But then what happened?

Dominic Masters (left) and Johnny Others (right) with new guitarist Estonian Eddie in the middle

Last night the band played their first gig in four years and talked to us about where they’d been and what was coming next. If you missed the interview you can hear it again by clicking below:

 
The gig itself was great – having seen the band seven times in two years before the hiatus, I saw a few real blasts from my past last night. The set had a big proportion of new songs which generally went down well with the sell-out crowd. And of course it was great to catch up with the band who were not only as hospitable as ever but still sounding sharp and with a clear passion to keep making music.

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The Others talk to Phoenix FM

Between 2004 and 2006 The Others were all over the music press – a front cover of the NME, hundreds of gigs and festivals, “guerrilla gigs” making the national press. And more importantly, frontman Dominic Masters was a regular visitor to Phoenix FM, presenting half a dozen radio shows in 2006 to the band’s worldwide fanbase. But then what happened?

Dominic Masters (left) and Johnny Others (right) with new guitarist Estonian Eddie in the middle

Last night the band played their first gig in four years and talked to us about where they’d been and what was coming next. If you missed the interview you can hear it again by clicking below:

 
The gig itself was great – having seen the band seven times in two years before the hiatus, I saw a few real blasts from my past last night. The set had a big proportion of new songs which generally went down well with the sell-out crowd. And of course it was great to catch up with the band who were not only as hospitable as ever but still sounding sharp and with a clear passion to keep making music.

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