London based indie label Xtra Mile Recordings have teamed up with Pledge Music to offer supporters the chance to participate in a new campaign. The label is home to Frank Turner, The Xcerts, Crazy Arm, Chris T-T, Jim Ward amongst others and during the London Riots in August they watched their stock go up in flames at the Sony DADC Warehouse that housed [PIAS], a large distributor of over 150 independent record labels. All in all, millions of pounds worth of stock from Independent labels turned to ashes, including all Xtra Mile's new releases, limited editions and back catalogue.

As a result of this they have put together, with PledgeMusic, a direct-to-fan campaign. They are asking fans to tell them what stock they would like to be replenished from their catalogue and if enough people pledge, those records will then be re-pressed. Pledgers will also receive a digital download of new tracks from the likes of Frank Turner, Beans On Toast and new signings Mull Historical Society.

The list of items for pre-order come in 3 variations: Standard CD or LP, signed CD or LP or signed CD or LP with a hand-written thank you note from the band/act.

Frank Turner, 'Sleep Is For The Week' 12" vinyl, new format
Frank Turner, 'Take To The Road' DVD
Beans On Toast, 'Writing On The Wall' CD
Chris T-T, 'Love Is Not Rescue' CD
Crazy Arm, 'Born To Ruin' CD
Sophie Madeleine, 'The Rhythm You Started' CD
StringerBessant, 'Yard' CD
The Xcerts, 'Scatterbrain' CD
The Xcerts, 'In The Cold Wind We Smile 12" vinyl, new format
Reuben, 'We Should Have Gone To University' CD/DVD (not available signed)

Also on offer are an exclusive F**K The Fire T-shirt designed by Frank Turner, and tickets to an Xtra Mile night at the London Borderline on 19th October, where an array of acts from their roster will play special performances and meet the fans that have supported them and the label.

Visit to see everything on offer and make a pledge.

A percentage of the money raised will be donated to charities set up to help those who lost their homes in the August Riots.