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Saturday, 17 September 2011

Kyle D Evans - solo shows

Hello folks. I’m very pleased to announce a string of live shows I’ll be playing this autumn. Many are with some other great acts and friends of mine, and I’ll be playing DC and RSP songs old and new, plus the odd cover.

Wed Sept 28 – Portsmouth, Drift in the City &
Thur Oct 20 – Kingston, Fighting Cocks
Sun Oct 23 – Brighton, Foundry
Fri Oct 28 – Bristol, Stag and Hounds £
Mon Oct 31 – Richmond, Top of the Hill @ Vodka Revolution
Tue Nov 1 – Cardiff, Pot CafĂ© £
Thur Nov 3 – Brighton, Druid’s Arms £
Fri Nov 4 – London, Wheelbarrow Camden %£
Sat Nov 5 - your house, local? %£
Sun Nov 6 – Portsmouth, Edge of the Wedge %£
Thurs Nov 10 – Swindon, Rolleston
Fri Nov 11 – Chichester Inn
Sat Nov 12 – Birmingham, Bright House

& - with The Day of The Rabblement
% - with Ben Marwood
£ - with MyNameIsIan

Oh, and we really need a show on November 5th for me, Ben Marwood and MyNameIsIan. Anything considered; house show, garden show, OAP’s home show, etc. We’ll even bring some fireworks….

It would be brilliant to see you there. Please follow the bands at and or find us on FB for updates on stage times, supports etc (I'm not always the headline act.) Thank you, see you soon

Kyle x

PS... here's a little video our multi-talented drummer Elliott Gregg made about a recent mini-tour we did. Overpriced service station fry-ups, overpriced service station pens and racist dogs:

Xtra Mile - Fuck the Fire

Hey folks

You are probably aware that the PIAS warehouse recently burnt down, meaning that all your favourite indie labels lost quite literally a shed load of stock. Please help out our label Xtra Mile Recordings by bidding on their Pledge Music page - there are t-shirts, limited edition releases and tickets to a special London show to be had. I doubt we'll be playing the show, but it will be ace anyway. They are already past 50%, go bid!

ALSO, we recently had a track prominently featured on the new Xtra Mile compilation. It's about 3 quid and packed with good stuff, much as Mull Historical Society, who were my favourite band when I was 17. Go get it!