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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

theartsdesk Q&A: musician Susanne Sundfør - ‘Blómi is a message of hope for whoever might need it’

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Album: Susanne Sundfør - Blómi

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Music Reissues Weekly: Joe Meek And The Blue Men - I Hear A New World Sessions

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Music Reissues Weekly: Pharoah Sanders Quartet - Live at Fabrik Hamburg 1980

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Music Reissues Weekly: Too Much Sun Will Burn - The British Psychedelic Sounds Of 1967 Volume 2

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Vossa Jazz 2023 review: Norwegian festival’s 50th-anniversary edition keeps traditional music close

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Album: Josephine Foster - Domestic Sphere

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Music Reissues Weekly: McNeal and Niles - Thrust, Wilbur Niles and Thrust - Thrust Too

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Music Reissues Weekly: The Barracudas - Drop Out with the Barracudas

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Robert Forster, Lafayette review - élan, spontaneity and thoughtfulness from the former Go-Between

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Album: Cécile McLorin Salvant - Mélusine

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Music Reissues Weekly: Duffy Power - Innovations, Live at the BBC

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Music Reissues Weekly: Heavy Metal Kids - The Albums 1974-76

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Album: Fever Ray - Radical Romantics

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Music Reissues Weekly: Jon Savage's 1980-1982 - The Art Of Things To Come

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Music Reissues Weekly: Stranger In Town - A Del Shannon Compendium

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It was – let’s see – 63 years ago today that Brian Wilson taught the band to play. Fabled for their resplendent harmonies and ecstatic hymning of...

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It’s often said that contemporary American playwrights are too polite, too afraid of giving offence. But this accusation can’t be levelled at...