wed 29/06/2022

Kieron Tyler

Kieron Tyler's picture
Bio
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

Album: Deep Throat Choir - In Order To Know You

Read more...

Music Reissues Weekly: Box Of Pin-Ups - The British Sounds of 1965, Think I'm Going Weird - Original Artefacts From The British Psychedelic Scene 1966-68

Read more...

Album: Nell & The Flaming Lips - Where The Viaduct Looms

Read more...

Music Reissues Weekly: Lenny Kaye Presents Lightning Striking

Read more...

theartsdesk Q&A: Low, the band - 'Structure is key in minimalism. Especially in pop minimalism'

Read more...

Music Reissues Weekly: Essiebons Special 1973-1984 Ghana Music Power House

Read more...

Music Reissues Weekly: Blow My Mind! The Doré-Era-Mira Punk & Psych Legacy

Read more...

Album: Electric Eye - Horizons

Read more...

Music Reissues Weekly: The Sun Shines Here - The Roots Of Indie-Pop 1980-1984

Read more...

Field Music, Francis Lung, Electric Ballroom review - neither band is capable of standing still

Read more...

Music Reissues Weekly: Graham Collier - British Conversations

Read more...

Music Reissues Weekly: Fire - Father's Name Is Dad, Flowerman - Rare Blooms From The Syn

Read more...

Reissue CDs Weekly: Psychedelic Soul - Produced By Norman Whitfield

Read more...

Album: Efterklang - Windflowers

Read more...

Reissue CDs Weekly: Van der Graaf Generator - The Charisma Years 1970-1978

Read more...

Reissue CDs Weekly: Spiritualized - Ladies and Gentleman We Are Floating in Space; Super Furry Animals - Rings Around the World

Read more...

Pages

latest in today

The Fellowship, Hampstead Theatre review - strong clashes, t...

I live in Brixton, south London. A few days ago, the borough’s aptly named Windrush Square hosted events which celebrated the contribution of the...

Moon, 66 Questions review - captivating daughter-father dram...

It takes some confidence for a first-time feature director to interrupt her essentially realistic...

We (Nous) review - a low-key look at life in the suburbs of...

Director Alice Diop read an article by Pierre Bergounioux in which he described how he began writing to draw attention to his overlooked neck of...

theartsdesk in Zurich - forging a brilliant new Ring

Could this be the summer Bayreuth finally sees a new Ring production that comes anywhere near its last great epic success, Harry Kupfer’s, which...

theartsdesk Q&A: bass-baritone Christopher Purves on com...

He’s the most haunting, at times terrifying Wozzeck I’ve seen, in Richard Jones's Welsh National Opera baked-bean-factory production, and the...

Album: Paolo Nutini - Last Night in the Bittersweet

The last time that Paolo Nutini was on the public stage, he was knocking out fine blue-eyed soul and having substantial hits like “Scream (Funk my...

The Rolling Stones, BST Hyde Park review - let it rock!

A few spots of rain greeted the arrival of the...

Mad House, Ambassadors Theatre review - David Harbour is mag...

For sheer extremes of family dysfunction Theresa Rebeck’s Mad House must be aiming to set new records in American drama. The latest in a...

Eric Ravilious: Drawn to War review - a lovingly crafted doc...

There’s a sharp observation, delivered in Alan Bennett’s soft tones, that sums up the reputation of the painter Eric Ravilious: “Because his...