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Kieron Tyler

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Kieron Tyler has contributed to Britain's MOJO magazine since 1999 and is the author of 'Smashing It Up: A Decade Of Chaos With The Damned', the critically-acclaimed and definitive biography of the first decade of the pioneering British punk rock band. His writing has also appeared in Billboard (America), The Guardian, i (the newspaper), The Independent, Les Inrockuptibles (France), Music Week, Q, Rumba (Finland) and Ugly Things (America).

Articles By Kieron Tyler

Music Reissues Weekly: Mark Eric - A Midsummer’s Day Dream

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Album: The Bevis Frond - Focus on Nature

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Music Reissues Weekly: Blank Generation, Just Want To Be Myself

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Album: MGMT - Loss of Life

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Music Reissues Weekly: Lou Christie - Gypsy Bells

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Music Reissues Weekly: Scott Fagan - South Atlantic Blues

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Northern Winter Beat 2024 review - Julie Byrne, Alabaster DePlume, Deerhoof and Mary Ocher triumph in Denmark

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Music Reissues Weekly: The Tornados - Love And Fury: The Holloway Road Sessions

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Album: Plantoid - Terrapath

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Music Reissues Weekly: Fantastic Voyage - New Sounds For The European Canon

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Music Reissues Weekly: The Long Ryders - Native Sons

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Music Reissues Weekly: Mike Makhalemele & Winston “Mankunku” Ngozi - The Bull And The Lion

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Album: Nailah Hunter - Lovegaze

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Music Reissues Weekly: East Village - Drop Out

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Best of 2023: Music Reissues Weekly

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Music Reissues Weekly: Hawkwind - Space Ritual

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The LSO’s apéritif hour “Half-Six Fixes” have an informality that usually works and sometimes doesn’t. But the first of this two-night...

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After last year’s small-scale, big-impact Messiah in the Wigmore Hall, superlatives are again in order for the IBO’s performance of the...

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First Person: violinist Tom Greed on breaking down barriers...

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Album: Squarepusher - Dostrotime

Over the years, Tom “Squarepusher” Jenkinson has covered a lot of ground over three decades, from dank cellar ambience to refined baroque...

Standing at the Sky's Edge, Gillian Lynne Theatre revie...

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