Record Label, Music Publishers, Rights Holders & Media
We are very sad to announce that one of our co-founders, Yoni Cohen, passed away in October 2017. He is very much missed by all the staff and artists here at NTA.
Not Them Again is the adopted brainchild of Tarquin Gotch & Yoni Cohen. It started as a boutique music publishing company that invested in acts they both loved; Kathryn Tickell, Ranking Roger and his son Murphy, Hugh Harris, Tony McAnaney, Mick Lister and Ruby Jean Rose, and has since expanded into an indie record label with releases by Ranking Roger, Ruby Jean Rose and Dreddneck (written and produced by Hugh Harris) and a media rights holding company.
The UK office is run by the experienced industry stalwart, Holly Topps, and day to day publishing is administered by Sharon Perry at Purple Patch. For more information, please contact Holly on email@example.com
Tarquin Gotch is an entertainment industry veteran, having worked in the music and film business since the late 1970s.
Tarquin started out as a music publisher at Pendulum Music and moved on to work in a number of different roles; A&R man at Arista and WEA, music supervisor and executive producer for John Hughes on a string of hit US films, such as Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Planes Trains and Automobiles & Home Alone, and as manager of various musicians such as Jimmy Nail, Stephen Duffy, XTC, The Dream Academy, Hugh Harris and Jon Lord of Deep Purple. Tarquin continues to manage acts such as The Beat and Brian Johnson (AC/DC) through his company Serious Comedy, and produces TV shows in the UK & the US (Porridge - Inside and Out, Cars that Rock, Reigned In, On The Road With Brian Johnson) alongside running NTA with his business partner and good looking friend Yoni.
Yoni Cohen worked at a number of the biggest TV networks in the States & the UK for over 25 years. Yoni first met Tarquin when they were both working at Fox in the nineties; Yoni as Head of TV Sales for Europe and Tarquin as Head of TV Movies.
The Company motto was going to be “anything legal considered” but then, realising how wrong that was on every level, they came up with “we never rush” (particularly in writing bios like this!)