Category Archives: Tyler Lyle

‘Lost And Found’ (demo)- Tyler Lyle

‘Lost And Found,’ a stunning, slow-building/burning new tune from one of my favorite songwriters, Tyler Lyle, showed up unannounced overnight. With a new EP due out this week and a collaborative EP with producer iAmData on its way sometime soon, it appears we’re going to be hearing … Continue reading

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‘The Ditch Digger’- Tyler Lyle

As it was explained to me by Tyler himself, ‘The Ditch Digger’ is a sort of preamble, an introduction to, and statement of, who he is and what he’s about in song form for those who don’t know him personally. … Continue reading

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‘Hollywood Forever’ (Halfway House Sessions)- Tyler Lyle

I’ll keep this simple (because I’ve already used pretty much every superlative and/or adjective in my vocabulary to talk about him previously): Tyler Lyle is one of my favorite songwriters. Below is a video Halfway House shot at SXSW of … Continue reading

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‘Gloria’- iAmData feat Tyler Lyle

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if Tyler Lyle had been a keytar-weilding star in the 80s? Wonder no more, kids. ‘Gloria,’ a collaboration between Tyler and producer iAmData, is full of synths and drum machine beats … Continue reading

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‘Ithica’- Tyler Lyle

Tyler Lyle released a fantastic 5-track EP titled Expatriates yesterday, a collection of songs, as Tyler says in his magnificent (as per usual) liner notes, meant ‘for the last few dark cold days of winter when the books are heavier, the … Continue reading

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‘These Days’ (Jackson Browne cover)- Tyler Lyle

This Tyler Lyle cover of the Jackson Browne-penned classic ‘These Days’ isn’t new, but it is absolutely stunning and has recently found itself back in steady rotation around here. Also: it’s my favorite cover to surface this year. Enjoy. mp3: These … Continue reading

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‘Winter Is For Kierkegaard’- Tyler Lyle

It’s not, obviously, but I’ve always thought of Thanksgiving as the start of winter. Perhaps it’s because I want to forget Autumn due to the pain I inflict on myself with the amount of food I consume (it is worth … Continue reading

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