Military Arcade
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Military Arcade


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Why We Fight, Deception and No Money have had regular BBC Introducing air play as well as various other indie stations.

Military Arcade - Revolution Is Imminent (Album)
Release Date - 21st February 2013
Produced by Sam Winfield at Studio 91, Newbury

Military Arcade - Take To The Streets (Live Album)
Released - 9th February 2013
Produced by Richard Munday at The Fleece, Bristol

Military Arcade - No Money (EP)
Released - 10th April 2012
Produced by Ashley Miles and Sam Winfield at Studio 91 and Reading College

Military Arcade - Why We Fight (Single)
Released - 5th April 2012
Produced by Sam Winfield at Studio 91



In 2008 in the small town of Newbury, small hardcore band Burning Down Vegas split, forcing drummer Mark Bilton & vocalist Aaron Miles to search for a new band, which was troubled due to the lack of music in the area..

Meanwhile Ashley Miles was living in Cornwall locked away playing guitar waiting for the right band to step his way..

In 2010 Ashley was now living in the area with older brother Aaron, and they decided to start a band. this began as One More Riot but later became MILITARY ARCADE. Mark Bilton jumped on the drums and the band won Newbury Battle Of The Bands 2012 after months in the rehearsal studio.

The band quickly went into the Studio and released their first EP ‘No Money’ which sold a small 100 copies but they quickly out did the bands in the area at the time.

After some regular local shows, Mark Bilton left the band, which left Aaron & Ashley desperate for another drummer, after several auditions they found Tom Hutchings, a music student from Bucklebury, a small village outside of Newbury. Since Tom Joined, the band have been renowned for their energetic stage presence and wall of sound.

After several shows the band went and began work on their first debut album Revolution Is Imminent.

October 2012. they entered Exposure Music Awards 2012 & came out with ‘Best Live Act 2012'

November 2012 played in front of troops coming home from Afghanistan, performing ‘Why We Fight’

December 2012 streamed the album to a total of 600 people in 24 hours.

January 2013 sold out a camden venue and performed “the best show of their career to date!”

February 2013 performed their first show in Bristol at The Fleece releasing a free live album "Take to the Streets", "Revolution Is Imminent" Launch on the 21st!

March 2013 began the Viva La Revolution Tour! Performed first show abroad in Belgiums Nijdrop! Played first shows in Oxford and Bournemouth