My name is Kyle. I am a happily failing indie/punk/folk/country/rock musician from Hampshire, UK. I have been singing and songwriting in The Dawn Chorus since 2005, and The Retrospective Soundtrack Players since 2010. I love these two bands like my brother/wife rolled into one. This blog details the shows I have played with both bands, in chronological order.
Portsmouth Edge of the Wedge
Sunday 1st May 2011
The Day of the Rabblement
The B of the Bang
The Retrospective Soundtrack Players
All the Shapes
The Boy I Used To Be
Incest fest: (deep breath) i organised this day, i play in the dawn chorus with neil and paul who both also play in the rsp alongside kelvin from all the shapes, who contain most of seven days at knifepoint who neil used to play with, just after he played in deadpan with matt, who sang in those days but then drummed for a long time in the dc and now sings again in beatamax, who were playing their first ever show, although most of them used to be in three day benda with paul, now of rsp and dc (remember?) - keef plays bass in the dc and is my bro - genuine incest - he also has a kick arse solo thing under the name tom fossum, and he now also plays bass in the b of the bang since ochs left to dedicate his time to zegema beach (his reggae/dub outfit), rsp and jukebox money, the covers band he plays in with neil and sometimes paul, as well as elliott gregg, who drums in rsp and b of the bang. rox also plays in zegema beach and the b of the bang, wit plays accordion and guitar in the dc and is head honcho in the b of the bang, but he just left jukebox money to spend more time on analogue manilow, a new sludge rock outfit he started with dave from the b of the bang and big matt, who used to drum in the b of the bang (not to be confused with little matt, who used to drum in the b of the bang). ben c only plays in the dc (phew), jack only plays in the b of the bang but he has been known to be in hats are for heads, billy and the bears and whitson. how did this all happen?
the boy i used to be is a really nice kid called Edward and the day of the rabblement are just an ace local band. we didn't want to overdo the incest. this was a free gig and absolutely rammed all day, brilliant fun all round.