Looking for the Fine Line
Back in 2005, Ken Worthing recruited Trevor Eynon to work on his new musical endeavour: 'Otherside'. They'd known each other since the mid '80's and had previously formed a 4 piece New Wave/Agit-Pop band together in the early '90's. When that band dissolved after one well received 12' single, Trev moved to London and away from making music, while Ken stayed in Shropshire and continued to make demos ( .. for his own amusement) for most of the mid-late '90's. Ken resisted forming another band and decided to go solo in 2002. He spent the next couple of years making and releasing 2 albums under his own name for his own self-financed Kebabylon Productions label. When Trev moved back up to Shropshire in 2005, Ken invited him to work on the new project and the album that you're perusing now is the result of those sessions. Ken has never forgotten his Indie roots and 'Otherside' has been likened to New Order and The Banshees crossed with Morrisey and The Gang Of Four. Ken and Trevor parted company in the first few months of 2007. Trev to persue his acting talents and Ken to carry on the mantle of the band. To cap off that first phase of 'Otherside', Ken released an intermediate album ('Audible Traces - Vol.1') which collected 'Otherside's' first 2 E.P's, plus 16 rare, unreleased and hard-to-find tracks. It was released in June 2007. Since then, 'Otherside' have been augmented by the sultry vocal talents of Deborah Harris. A 4 track CD single, 'MORicana' was released 31st August 2007 and they have just completed work on the follow up to 'Looking For The Fine Line' ( .. 'Everything Turns To Rust') which will be released on the 31st October 2007. Meanwhile, enjoy Otherside's debut album .. it all started here!