Wes Long's astounding XTC site.
An Italian XTC site created by Paolo Di Modica.
Die Chronologie aller XTC-Studioaufnahmen und Konzerte.
JH3's software resource for XTC fans this world over.
The content-free encyclopedia that anyone can edit.
An excellent feature, in Japanese.
Excellent examples of what can be done with a bit of imagination and
paint (digital or otherwise). Try it yourself! Created by Dave
A site devoted to sheet music for XTC, by Ian Dahlberg.
XTC Interviews from Spleens a Go-Go
, collected by
XTC Tribute Bands
Peter Pumpkinhead is a tribute to one of the most creative, melodic and precise
bands ever: XTC. Their mission is to bring the music of this little known yet
very appreciated group of musical geniuses back. They lovingly recreate the
sound and the energy to a T, and are based in the NYC/Philly area.
Rising out of the ashes of X-sTatiC and the Fuzzy Warblers, temporarily
defunct, but now back in action; officially endorsed by Dave Gregory.
In the words of Andy Partridge, a “bloody marvelous” little combo
playing the music of XTC in the Sydney, Australia area.
An XTC tribute band based in the American South.
An XTC tribute band, applying their moxie at recreating the criminally
underrated rock/ pop band XTC's catalog via recording and live
Featuring Dave Gregory, this prog rock cover band also performs a number
of XTC songs.
An XTC tribute band based in Austin, Texas, featuring long time
Chalkhills member Chris Vreeland.
Perhaps the world's only Dukes Of Stratosphear tribute band, based in
Other Places to Visit
Toy soldiers and other unpainted cast metal figures, some designed by
Andy Partridge is executive producer of Erica's vanity album Sunlit
Various and sundry sites featuring photographs of XTC.
The home of XTC Minipops.
Dave Gregory's web presence.
Including a detailed discography. Created by Phil Hetherington. XTC
founding member Barry Andrews is a founding member of Shriekback in case
you haven't made the connection.
Take a virtual visit to XTC
Artwork for everyone to share, courtesy Mark Irons.
Computer rendered artwork by Jeffrey Wall M.D., including a piece
inspired by “The Ballad of Peter Pumpkinhead”.