February 5 Jules Normington has offered previously unknown promotional Virgin Tapes of Live At Eric's and XTC interview for auction at eBay.
October 3 Autumn's here and the time is right for dishing up a treat: Autumn Almanac.
June 11 As always, check out the latest pictures, discography, press, lyrics, Chalkhills Anonymous, and Reel By Real.
Transistor Blast reviewed: Further Entertainment.But it's still cool.November 20 The song of the week at the XTC Fans space is Science Friction.66, XTC's English Settlement.January 28 Jean-Philippe Bonnet contributed a picture of two XTC badges from his personal collection.May 16 The Dukes Of Simpleton are playing their next gig at Threadgill's World Headquarters, 301.Merely a year (less 8 days) after their last gig, X-sTatiC will be returning to their London Home, The Dublin Castle, on Friday, 1st July.English Settlement reviewed: cdnow.
August 16 Chalkhills, the mailing sugar and cotton discount code list, is now dead.I apologize for the delay, the message got lost in the swirling depths of my mailbox.Andrea Coralli wrote Navigando sui mari di formaggio: XTC, Auditorium Edizioni, 1996.October 7 Some copies of King u of m gift baskets For A Day are missing the MP3 player skins; we have made them available for download.September 2 Apple Venus Vol.January 10 Jordan Cooper christmas gift for a 22 year old woman sent in chords for Everything Will Be Alright.April 28 Coat of Many Cupboards reviewed: Winnipeg Sun Busheyspon.Richard Schilke has transcribed the lyrics to Do the Dwarf from the so-called Drunken Jam Sessions.December 18 In order to better bring you all the news that fits in print, Chalkhills has for some time now been bringing you RSS news feeds.September 22 The Apple Box, which finally brings together the two acclaimed Apple Venus albums Apple Venus Volume 1 and Wasp Star (Apple Venus Volume 2), will be released by Idea Records on in the.K.
December 26 According to m, Andy Partridge is not a Social Worker.
Tickets: 7 on the door; 6 in advance.
May 20 Read The Good Ship XTC, by our own Wes Long, in the May 1999 issue of Music Monitor magazine.