Forthcoming Events And KYPP Meet Ups

The Gatherers – Words Of My Mouth

The Upsetters – Words Of Mouth Version

This is a seperate post for any browsers to advertise any forthcoming events, gigs, parties or just any small meet ups in your local areas. Please make comments or adverts relevent to Kill Your Pet Puppy online browsers. Spearmint Rhino visits may not be quite what we are looking for…

While you write any comments you can chill out to a massively fine and very rare Duke Records 7″ single from 1973 produced by Lee Perry. The Gatherers with The Upsetters…Enjoy.

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It should also be noted that formal dress only should be worn for any KYPP promoted meet ups.

Failure to dress to this strict code will mean expulsion of said party and a strict ten week program to re-learn how one should be presented in ‘polite society’. Hoo rah!

  1. jim v
    jim v
    March 25, 2010 at 12:28 pm

    anyone going along to current 93 nights at the end of may in london?

  2. Penguin
    Penguin • Post Author •
    April 5, 2010 at 10:24 am

    Message from Mitch ex Flack / Hagar The Womb / Mekons:

    Hello peeps. You may wonder why I’m a bitter & twisted old fruit. The reason is pretty simple. The only thing that doesn’t disappoint me, is disappointment itself!
    Let me illustrate. Today I woke up. The sun was shining. Joy was in my heart, as I realised that, today was that wonderful religious festival known as ‘Jour de Chocolate’.
    So I put on my home made bonnet, grabbed a wicker basket, & skipped merrily into the garden. I’ve been a good Reverend Bastard this year (Mainly because Santa Clause didn’t give me the personal tactical nuke I had on my Xmas wish list), so I knew the Easter Bunny would have been busy in my garden. I looked under the deadly nightshade. There was a dead squirrel there. I looked under the stinging nettles. The rotting remains of the pigeon I shot last week. I looked under the the manzanilla tree. Cat shit! (The reason I cultivate such interesting flora, is because the neighborhood children keep kicking their footballs into my garden)! I even thought of looking in the pond, but remembered, just in time, I’d forgotten to feed the pirhanas for a while.
    So I had to resign myself to the fact that today was just another disappointing day.
    But enough about my travails, back to the reason I am doing this mass communication.

    Mr Ted Milton has personally requested that we, Symposium IV, support his amazing Jazz Punk combo, Blurt, at the Bull & Gate on Sunday 18th April. We will be on stage at 20.30ish. It costs £5 with a flyer, £6 without. So save up your easter eggs, & give them all to me that evening.

  3. Mick Slaughter
    Mick Slaughter
    April 5, 2010 at 12:58 pm

    And there was me thinking you had a disappointing day because Man U got beaten!!

    Mick Slaughter

  4. Chris Low
    Chris Low
    April 5, 2010 at 3:18 pm

    Mitch – good seeing you at the ICA on Saturday. Can’t remember if I told you but you may be interested (or horrified) to know I unearthed a few old Flack tapes recently which I shall passing to Penguin for upload soon as i’m back dahn the Smoke. Hope you’re well and will try to make it along to the Bull & Gate gig.

  5. Penguin
    Penguin • Post Author •
    April 11, 2010 at 12:04 pm

    Zounds / Astronauts at Grovesnor 17 Sidney Road, Stockwell SW9 0TP

    Thursday 22 April 2010

    Free to get in, organised by Sean Gummidge so well worth supporting this event.

  6. Chris Low
    Chris Low
    April 11, 2010 at 9:40 pm

    Sound! Night I return to London so I should be able to make it long to that. Will bring along that Alien Kulture demo tape for you 🙂

  7. Chris
    May 26, 2010 at 9:50 pm

    My good friend and ex-Parkinsons singer/microphone smashing monster is having his third NEAT NEAT NEAT club night this Friday. Below the South of the Border, 350 Old Street. Last couple have been great and sure this one won’t be breaking the mould. I’ll be along so would be great if some other Puppies were to make it. Good tunes & a great crowd too 🙂!/neatneatneatlondon?ref=ts

  8. luggy
    June 10, 2010 at 10:07 am

    Couple of Hackney events this weekend:
    Big Sexy Festy Party on Sat 12th June on Hackney Marshes, EAST Marsh. 3PM Start.

    Note, because of construction work, you can only access the site via the bridge from the WEST side of Hackney Marshes. Please see google maps image from link below, the small footbridge is to the left of the marker.
    link for Google maps location:,-0.024762&spn=0.009086,0.020857&z=16&iwloc=000472a9671c3a86b6dc9

    Nearest Tube is Leyton. Also Hommerton Overground.
    276 Bus goes from Hackney Central. Also 236,308,W15 and 276 Buses.
    Free entry but asking for donation of five pounds on entry for London’s homeless charities Crisis and Shelter from the Storm.

    Plus Zounds, The Astronauts, Headjam & others are playing on Sunday at Ryan’s Bar on Church St all-dayer, £3 before 5, £5 after. Bit of a poky venue but has a large beer garden & Clissold Park’s nearby.

  9. dan i
    dan i
    June 11, 2010 at 5:21 pm

    Beat me to it Luggy! Yes, Big Sexy Festy Party on Saturday. Solution Sound running tings reggae style, with guests Jah Observer playing on Solution’s set. Nice one.

  10. amy smithson
    amy smithson
    July 17, 2010 at 8:04 am

    Looking forward to Police Bastard on the 23rd!

  11. Penguin
    Penguin • Post Author •
    August 4, 2010 at 12:10 am

    This should be good – Hoxton from 12/08 to 21/08:

    Gaye Advert curating over a whole heap of artwork by:

    Adam Ant / Charlie Harper / Dee Generate / Gee Vaucher / Jamie Reid / Knox / Poly Styrene / Shanne Bradley / Steve Ignorant and Youth amongst others.

  12. John no last name
    John no last name
    August 5, 2010 at 4:39 pm

    If I was in London I would definitely go to this, Jamie Reid is probably the most overlooked figure in punk history, but his artwork, especially the “God Save the Queen” stuff was massively influential. To be honest, looking back it’s hard to even fathom why everyone was so shocked by the Bill Grundy interview or the safety pin in the Queen’s nose picture, but without Jamie maybe the Pistols would have been just another band and punk rock could have been just as influential as the blitz kids.

  13. Penguin
    Penguin • Post Author •
    August 5, 2010 at 5:24 pm

    Looking forward to going to the exhibition on the 21st August with Tony Puppy. The Jamie Reid work is what I am looking forward to witnessing along with hopefully unseen (by me at least) Gee Vaucher work. Shame you are so far away John…Perhaps the exhibition may travel around and get to L.A at some point.

  14. Nick Hydra
    Nick Hydra
    September 10, 2010 at 8:35 am


    TV Smith
    Hydra (Leech Woman/ Third Door from the Left)
    P.I.G. (Conflict/ Fear of Fear)
    Shocks of Mighty (Hagar the Womb)

    The Montague Arms
    289 Queens Road Peckham (corner of Kender Street)
    Peckham SE15 2PA

    Friday the 1st of October 2010
    8.30 – 12.00 pm
    £5.00/ £3.00 (concessions)

    Train: New Cross Gate/ Queens Road (Peckham)
    Bus: 53, 453, 177, 225, 171, 172, 136, 321, 21, 436

    Running time as follows:

    8.00 DOORS
    8.30 – 9.00 SHOCKS OF MIGHTY
    9.15 – 10.15 TV SMITH
    10.30 – 11.00 P.I.G.
    11.15 – 11.45 HYDRA

  15. tat
    September 23, 2010 at 6:41 pm

    in answer to DAMONDAMAGED s query [a.c.a.b] the band is called – CONTEMPT. the track is ALL COPPERS ARE BASTARDS, it can be found on the blog site SLAUGHTER OF THE INNOCENTS [along with all thier demos and 7s] ill find the link and send it soon as. HOPE THIS HELPS.

  16. Jim
    February 12, 2011 at 12:19 am

    bbc four reggae nite. some fantastic sounds

  17. Jim V
    Jim V
    February 20, 2011 at 8:59 pm

    REKNAW…The benefit 26th FEB london venue.

    Going along to see Inner Terrestrials…but a big party is promised.


  18. luggy
    February 21, 2011 at 10:27 am

    Should be a good night, probably in South London though:


    2nd room – SIREN SOUND SYSTEM –


    Bands start 8.30 – London location on the day.

    *** Citizen Fish will be on early

    *** Gig will finish at 4.00 am ***

  19. John Eden
    John Eden
    March 27, 2014 at 12:58 pm

    Agit Disco benefit for Housmans Bookshop 10th April

    Agit Disco: a benefit shindig for Housmans

    We’d like to invite you to come along to a special fundraising DJ shindig, being put on by Housmans alongside the good people involved with the Agit Disco book (Mute Books 2011). We’ll be taking over both floors of local eco-music venue Surya, and filling it with guest selectors who featured in the Agit Disco book.

    The music policy on both floors will be nothing but the best politically-charged tunes ever recorded.

    Selectors on the night include:

    Sian Addicott
    Martin Dixon
    John Eden
    Marc Garrett
    Nik Górecki
    Caroline Heron
    Stewart Home
    Paul Jamrozy
    Micheline Mason
    Tracey Moberly
    Luca Paci
    Simon Poulter
    Howard Slater
    Andy T
    Neil Transpontine
    Tom Vague
    And a big big thank you to Stefan Szczelkun

    Entry: £5 – additional donations welcome

    Thursday 10th April: 7pm to Midnight

    Surya, 154-156 Pentonville Rd, London N1 9JL

    -Locally brewed beer on tap-

    Tickets can be bought in advance here via Eventbrite

    Or can be bought on the door

    Facebook event page:

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