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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
04/09/2016

*****

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

Review

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

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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

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

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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