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Film Review: Oasis: Supersonic — Consequence of Sound

Mat Whitecross chronicles the band in their hilariously arrogant early days.

via Film Review: Oasis: Supersonic — Consequence of Sound

My brother is a huge Oasis fan, so my sister-in-law and I entertained him for an evening to go catch the opening night of…

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Festival No.6: Noel Gallagher Gives Fest No.6 an epic finale featuring Paul Weller (Review)

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Bird’s
Headline Performance
Festival No.6


Noel fought the rain and the mud but came out victorious as his epic set managed to unite everyone in the crowd into a frenzy, even more so when he bought out surprise guest Paul Weller…. 853 more words


What Was That Ringing Around Your Brain?

The reason for this blog? Yes I know Oasis split a good while ago, but with The Chief still touring with his High Flying Birds, rumours of a Liam solo comeback and the upcoming Supersonic documentary and re-issue of Be Here Now now seemed a good time to start laying out my thoughts on the past, current and future of the band and it’s former members. 153 more words


Track by Track: 'Do The Damage' by Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

Noel Gallagher. Well, you either love him or hate him. I love him and I don’t care what anyone else says. People always moan about him talking rubbish and upsetting other people, but who cares. 289 more words

Track By Track

Gig Review: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Bournemouth International Centre

One day in 1996, I queued up outside a travel agents in Stevenage Shopping Centre and bagged myself two tickets to see Oasis at Knebworth. It’s a claim to fame to be able to say that I was a part of history, but the event left me with the realisation that I’m a bit of a lightweight festival goer. 598 more words

Gig Review

Review: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds @ Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne (29/03/2016)

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
Tuesday 29th of March, 2016 – Maragaret Court Arena, Melbourne

Shoot a Hole Into the Sun
Everybody’s on the Run… 780 more words


Albums of the Month: March 2016

Album: If You Leave

Artist: Daughter

Released: March 18th, 2013

Highlights: Smother, Youth, Still, Shallows

As indie rock spreads like fire through the backdoors of the music scene, a probable consequence of the almost complete domination of the mainstream by other genres, groups that are part of the movement tend to use their folk inclinations as either a trampoline for anthemic songwriting or introspective balladry. 2,244 more words

Albums Of The Month