Links – KYPP related websites and blogs to browse
Kill Your Pet Puppy myspace – Official Fanzine Site – The smaller and much skinnier brother to this site you are on right now.
The Mob myspace – Official Band Site.
All The Madmen Records myspace – Official Site.
The Apostles myspace – Official Band Site.
UNIT - Official Band Site - featuring ex members of The Apostles.
Blyth Power myspace - Official Band Site.
Earth Culture myspace – Official Band Site.
Poison Girls – Official Band Site
Alistair ‘Puppy’ Livingston – Green Galloway – amazing posts!
Nuzz from Stevenage Bowes Lyon – Top geezer and friend of the stars, music blog, with loads of personal thoughts.
Housmans Bookshop- The best bookstore in London also does events in-store so check events listings.
Southern Studios – Europe and US sites, discographies, mail order, info on tours, forums etc.
AK Press – Decent books / pamphlets available on mail order.
Blyth Power – Official Band Site.
Flowers In The Dustbin – Official Band Site.
Gillespie Road Art Gallery – Decent North London gallery which sometimes showcases various artworks from members of Crass as well as loads more artists from US and Europe.
Pictures On Walls- Mail order for all your Banksy and Gee Voucher needs – loads more artists of course also in print or book forms.
Iain Aitch – Decent freelance writer – writes loads on various subjects inc the old ‘Anarcho’ scene – gets a lot of articles in The Guardian newspaper.
Graham Burnett- Writer and compost expert! Dial House summer seminars etc check out various ‘green’ issues here, also an old Southend ‘Anarcho’ back in the dark seventies.
Stewart Home – Writer of interesting books on interesting subjects.
Frestonia Free State – Beautiful photographs from this area of West London taken in the late 1970′s.
Portobello Road Film Festival- Jonathen Barnett (Genius Records / Weird Tales) is involved in this yearly festival.
Sacred Journeys- Paula P-Orridge (Alaura O Dell Now!) organises tours for women ONLY to sacred sites inc Stonehenge / Crete etc etc.
Diaspora Festivals London – Yearly world music festival, held in one of London’s great parks – all free of charge, always sunny, always worth going to.
Genesis P-Orridge / Psychic TV – Official Band Site for all things PTV.
Cyclobe – Band site afilliated with Coil and Amal Gamal Ensemble.
The Tibet Photos 1920 – 1950 - Beautiful photographs from this magical region.
Big Banana Products- 100′s of cassettes / CDR’s available mail order from Goggs – reasonable prices.
Street Level / Fuck Off Tapes Site – Loads of information on all things Street Level Studios.
Clown For Hire- One time original 1976 punk and alternative life style scenester, will do anything for £££ as long as it involves bikes with one wheel, juggling various things, fire eating, dressing up as a duck, and other totally mad things! – No timewasters please!
Stonehenge And Other Free Festivals Site – Photos, loads of history. well worth a peek.
Farmer Glitch – Somerset based blog, covers a whole load of crazy subjects. Go on you know you want to.
Jungle Records – Some decent reissues on CD via this label.
Adam And The Antz – Very informative website.
Active Distribution – Jon Active distributed books, CDs, magazines and pamplets.
Vague – Tom Vague essays on West London counter culture.
Uncarved Block – John Eden’s insightful views on all subjects, and especially (a massive favorite of Penguin’s) reggae culture and reggae music.
Alex Fergusson – Shared a squat on Freston Road (Frestonia) with KYPP founder Tony Drayton (then editor of Ripped and Torn) in 1977, founder member of ATV and Psychic TV, produced and played on Zos Kia’s All the Madmen release, still making music.
Expletive Undeleted - Sean’s blog who describes the blog thus: Part of it is new writing about records I lost along the way (what they meant to me at the time, how I lost and found them again, what they sound like now) and the rest is made up of old interviews and features I’ve written over the years, from various fanzines and the national music and style press to local listings mags and the Big Issue etc – there’s a lot of punk stuff on there already, hopefully providing an interesting perespective from the fringes of the anarcho scene in the north .. or something like that.
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