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.

Please note that this post is also on the list of categories on the right hand side of the site (titled Categories) for ease of access in the future.

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. danmac
    March 30, 2009 at 7:17 pm

    have you got any mixes or mp3s of your tunes Chris? would be good to hear…

  2. chris
    March 31, 2009 at 5:40 pm

    All the mix tapes i did up and recordings of radio broadcasts etc are on cassette tapes so really need to get them converted. but there is a mix i did in 1989 up in the ‘post 86’ section of this site which is pretty mad!

    let me know if you fancy coming along on the 10th and i’ll stick you on the guesty. Same for any other KYPPers who are up for it – though obviously ex-Apostles drummers get VIP treatment 😉

  3. danmac
    April 1, 2009 at 11:03 am

    VIP treatment sounds great but my current night time action centres around feeding my lovely little three month old boy…maybe next year eh….

  4. jim v
    jim v
    April 3, 2009 at 3:15 pm

    Headjam, plus lots others @ rampART, Rampart St, E1. 8pm 3rd April.
    More info on

  5. luggy
    April 4, 2009 at 11:54 am

    Good night at Rampart last night but starting the night with 2 prog rock bands was weird!

  6. luggy
    April 4, 2009 at 12:39 pm

    Chris (ex Cold War, Hags & We Are Going To Eat You) Liberator’s band, Dogshite are playing at Biddles Bar in Lower Clapton Road tonight.

  7. luggy
    April 10, 2009 at 4:49 pm

    Kill Your Pet Puppy Spring Picnic

    At Middlesex Filter Beds, Hackney on Sunday 3rd May (it’s a bank holiday next day). Will meet up from 1.30 p.m in North Millfields Recreation Ground near the River Lea/Lea Bridge Road junction before moving on to the Filter Beds around 2 p.m. See map:,+London,+E_5&searchp=ids.srf&mapp=map.srf

    The Filter Beds are marked Nature Reserve. If you’re late the entrance is on the river towpath just down from the bridge. More info on Filter Beds including link to journey planner here:

    It’s a 10 minute walk from Clapton overground staion.

    Buses that go past along Lea Bridge Rd are:

    48 to Walthamstow, Shoreditch, Liverpool St, London Bridge
    55 to Oxford St, Old St
    56 to Angel Islington, Dalston, Whipp’s Cross

    Buses that go along Clapton Rd (get off at Lea Bridge roundabout then 5 minute walk downhill along Lea Bridge Rd:

    253 to Stamford hill, Manor House, Finsbury Park, Holloway, Camden
    254 to Stamford hill, Manor House, Finsbury Park, Holloway, Aldgate

    If it rains, there are plenty of trees around or nice walks to be had as well as a riverside pub nearby. Not that near any shops so you’ll have to bring provisions & poisons with you.
    All welcome even puppies & it’s a good place for kids. Hope you can make it & spread the word.

  8. luggy
    April 23, 2009 at 8:42 pm

    Whoops! Just realised the Sov’s in E5 not N16.

  9. luggy
    April 30, 2009 at 8:55 am

    Rabies Babies are on at 8.30. The 2 German bands sound a bit naff but may be better live than their MySpace pages suggest.

  10. baron von zubb
    baron von zubb
    May 2, 2009 at 8:51 am

    Re: Picnic.
    Many apologies that I cant make it.
    Kay – me better half – family down (they cant be persueded..) & wanna spend a bit of time with our nephew.
    Yep the one who’s just got a guitar..
    Would have been a realy nice seeing folk after so long and meeting all the other KYPPers. Shame that things clash, as is often the case.
    It has been a real blast this punk re-united stuff, the best bit hearing that peeps are ok. I know some of us didn’t make it but it still astonishes me that anyone did.
    So have a brilliant time, hope the May sun shines on Clapton and that its a real scortcher.
    Big hugs to all.

    Couldn’t post this – or the witty and cutting remarks about 9 signed copies of Bobs book (y’know some kind of appropiately jealous failed author thing!) on the ‘picnic’ facebook page no RSVP – wasn’t on FB when the invites went out – so access denied. Maybe someone can paste it on the above for me?

    Again, have a brilliant one…
    Ram ram

  11. chris
    May 28, 2009 at 7:35 pm


    *TOMORROW* and following FRIDAYS (LAST OF MONTH)


    Shaking the walls with a unique blend of electro, bass, nu-beat, acid, EBM, house, techno & fucked-up punk-funk from 9 till close.

    Chris Low
    Jason Faction
    plus Special Guest, Todd Hart (Dalston Oxfam Shop blog)

    A founder and resident DJ of FACTION which successfully put Dalston’s Vision Videos on the map as a premier clubbing location, filling the club on regular monthly Fridays for the past year. Having played host to such names as Services, HTRK, Ulterior, White Rose Movement, The Horrors, Andrea Parker, Jagz Kooner and DJ Benetti, 2009 saw Faction fly to New York, where Jason played a number of slots across Brooklyn and Manhattan culminating in an illustrious party in Williamsburg. Jason has also run and DJd at a number of successful London night-clubs including NO LOVE LOST, a monthly club night held at various locations across East London such as THE GRIFFIN, COSMO BAR & DOLPHIN and M.I.A. held in Plan B, Brixton.

    Prior to his recent guest spots at Faction, Chris ran and DJd at a number of Scotland’s most successful club nights throughout the 1990s: SOMA, SKIDOO, PHUTURE JACKS, SEX BEAT, XS and the legendary AHOY! all-nighters held on the Edinburgh to Perth ferry-boat. Chris also guested at the aftershow parties on Kraftwerk’s 1991 tour as well as having DJd throughout Europe, America and Tokyo. He has played on US radio station 91.5 WPRK alongside DJ Pierre, DJ Sneak and Felix Da Housecat amongst others, can boast vinyl releases on Pro-Jex, Underground Construction & SW20 Records plus a DJ Rush remix.

    oh yea, and drummed for The Apostles 😉


    Chris Low. Tokyo Live Mix 2003 – pt.1
    Chris Low. Tokyo Live Mix 2003 – pt.2

    Jason Faction. Faction Mix, April 2009

  12. luggy
    June 4, 2009 at 8:00 am

    Couple of gigs on this weekend.

    Coitus are playing on Saturday night at a squat gig (probably somewhere in South London):

    Holly Golightly’s doing a free early evening gig in Leytonstone on Sunday:

    Slim chance that I might go to Kent for the weekend if the weather gets better but looking unlikely atm.

  13. dan i
    dan i
    June 27, 2009 at 11:56 am

    Sunday 5 July is Oxford Carnival in the Park, at South park, Oxford. Live music, open mic, sound system reggae from our Foundation DJs all day from 12 noon til 7pm.

    East Oxford Community Centre is also holding a post-Carnival dance on the Sunday evening if you just can’t get enough.

    check for more details:

  14. Penguin
    Penguin • Post Author •
    July 4, 2009 at 9:36 am

    Fun in the sun. Hitchin Priory Park Rhythms Of The World Festival. The mighty Chron Gen, Jazz Jamaica, Mark Astronaut, Blyth Power among the artists for this two day festival. Starts today 12.00 finishes 23.00 on Sunday. I am going on both days. Right then, where did I put my bottles of Merrydown?

  15. Penguin
    Penguin • Post Author •
    August 5, 2009 at 10:14 pm

    Some old KYPP cohorts will be having a jolly time at this all dayer, location T.B.C.

    Be entertained all day long and hang out with some of the chaps such as Mick Lugworm, Quick Phil and a whole load of other KYPP related folk at this great day out.

    Formal wear and black tie optional.

    I sadly will not be attending as it coincides with the annual Essex Scooter Festival at Mersea Island where no doubt I will be running after my tent across a field in my tassled loafers during a sudden surge of bracing wind.

  16. luggy
    August 6, 2009 at 10:57 am

    Shame you can’t make it, Pengy. Plus in the evening of Sept 5th there’s this:

    Big Sexy & Reclaim the Future are both usually really good parties, bit of a long session though!

  17. luggy
    September 2, 2009 at 11:25 am

    Giving this a bump, Big Sexy & Reclaim the Future both going ahead this Saturday.

  18. Penguin
    Penguin • Post Author •
    November 15, 2009 at 2:35 pm

    Earth Culture (Vince Vomit ex D.I.R.T. and Rubella Ballet) will be performing at the Royal Standard Walthamstow (opp Blackhorse Road Tube station Victoria line) on 26/11/09 from 20.00. The event will be filmed supposedly so please ensure you all brush your teeth before coming in!
    I will be there, I will also try to drag Tony D out (kicking and screaming) as he lives near by!
    Loads of Earth Culture tapes available to listen to are uploaded in the post 86 section of this site.

  19. Thomp
    November 29, 2009 at 1:45 am

    Who remembers Rikki and the Last Days of Earth? Do you know what it’s like to be outside? Do you know what it’s like to be victimised?

  20. Stewart
    November 29, 2009 at 2:23 pm

    I remember them! Think I’ve still got two of their singles. Not ever going to play them again though, lol! 🙂

  21. Nic
    November 29, 2009 at 5:26 pm

    One for Al here: their LP featured a song about Crowley…

  22. Dominic Simpson
    Dominic Simpson
    February 27, 2010 at 5:51 pm

    If anyone fancies coming down…

    Pennyblackmusic Presents
    Television Personalities
    The Pony Collaboration
    Or Arrowe Hill
    The Rebel
    DJs, record stalls and compere

    Saturday 20th March 2010
    At Half Moon Herne Hill, 10 Herne Hill Lane, London, SE24 (020-7274 2733), 8pm. First act 8:15pm.
    Transport and map:
    £7 on door
    £5 in adv. from
    come down, hopefully they’ll do ‘The Part-Time Punks’!


  23. Chris L
    Chris L
    March 4, 2010 at 6:41 pm


    London’s one & only

    Launch Night: 26th March 2010

    70’s punk rock/powerpop/garagepunk
    live set by the BLOWOUTS

    9pm-2am @ South of the Border
    £4 b4 11pm/£5 after
    350 Old St (below EL PASO restaurant)

    This should be good and sure all KYPPers will get a warm welcome. Afonso, the guy running this nite is a good mate of mine and knows his punk/garage so sure it’ll be a splendid club and deserves everyone’s support. I wouldn’t miss it for anything.

    Anyway, here’s the facebook ‘group’ thang:!/pages/City-of-London-United-Kingdom/Neat-Neat-Neat/462784660382?ref=nf

    Hope you can all see that and if there’s any way you can give it a better plug or upload the flyer design, Micky, that’s be great.

  24. DamonDamaged
    March 17, 2010 at 4:38 am

    Question : Do to your obvious knowledge in the True 80’s Punk scene i was hoping you could help me out .. Sorry if this takes abit to explain..
    Many years back i heard a Punk band that Totally kicked Ass !! Thier sound was in the Conflict or Crass vein … I believed them to be a British band .. One of thier songs was a poem about war .. some of the lyrics were.. ((Blaming Shaming and Naming )) He went on to say (( I myself am Thoroughly ashamed .. I never wanted to kill , and i certainly didnt want to die.. please forgive , my name carved in stone is all that remains .. remember me , Always )) Another song went (( So tell me are you with me or am I on my own.. If your with me than I’m with you and we are not alone.. Theres many people like us, Just Like you and Me , Lets skin the bastards one by one and we can still be free )) The chorus was AC- AB.. AC-AB.. AC- AB All Cops are Bastards yeah !! )) I’ve googled the lyrics and searched endlessly only to turn up ACAB By the 4-Skins and ACAB By the Oppressed.. i was hoping that if anyone could help it would be you .. Thanks for your time and again i appologize about length of this message.. Thanks , DamonDamaged..

  25. DamonDamaged
    March 17, 2010 at 4:42 am

    i think i may have posted my question in the wrong spot.. Sorry..

  26. Chris L
    Chris L
    March 17, 2010 at 10:00 pm

    There was a single called ACAB by a late 1970s punk band called The Rowdies, If I remember correctly. Can’t remember the lyrics tho. Sorry can’t be more help.

  27. Martin C
    Martin C
    March 22, 2010 at 12:20 am

    Hi Damon, I think you’re after the ‘Systems Kill’ EP by the Xpozez – the ‘AC-AB’ chant sounds like “New Law”. But I could be way off the mark.

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