25 October 2016

Oasis' 'Supersonic' Is Available To View Now Exclusively On iTunes

For a limited pre-release window, Oasis' Supersonic is available to view now exclusively on iTunes. 

Download it here.

Liam Gallagher Has Signed With Coda Music Agency

Former Oasis and Beady Eye frontman Liam Gallagher has signed with Coda Music Agency.

The rock singer is set to release his debut solo album in 2017 via Warner Bros. Records and will be represented on the live circuit by Coda agent and partner Alex Hardee.

“Coda is proud to announce one of the true music legends of our time joins our ranks,” said Hardee, whose personal roster includes the likes of Bastille, Jess Glynne and Jake Bugg.

“With a new record deal with Warners, exciting times lay ahead.”

The London-based agency is already home to acts such as Take That, The Prodigy, Ellie Goulding, Bon Iver and The xx, as well as All Saints, band of Gallagher’s ex-wife Nicole Appleton.

Gallagher, 44, is being managed by his girlfriend Debbie Gwyther and UROK Management.

While with Beady Eye, he was booked by Oasis agent Ben Winchester of Primary Talent International - who also reps Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - and latterly by David Levy of WME.

The reissue of Oasis’ 1997 album Be Here Now went in at No.4 in this week’s Official Albums Chart, with sales of 12,492.

Source: www.musicweek.com

24 October 2016

Listen To Noel Gallagher's 'Indian Summer Shuffle' On iTunes

Click here to listen to Noel's soundtrack to a perfect day, sunshine optional.

23 October 2016

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...

Good to see the BREAD HEADS doing there bit for charity LG x

22 October 2016

Noel Gallagher's Latest Instagram Post

A photo posted by Noel Gallagher (@themightyi) on

Watch Noel Gallagher Play 'Half The World Away' On Channel 4's 'Stand Up To Cancer'

Text: to give £10 or £5 text TEN or FIVE to 70404 + 1 std rate msg. UK mobiles 16+ only. Get bill payer's permission. Closes 31 May 2017. Go to channel4.com/terms for Ts and Cs

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweets...

All those who don't believe that RnR can't shake you all night shame on you ain't that something ain't that true to walk in some1 else shoe

To the mighty1 make it your last 1 as your your gonna be banished into the wilderness       I never wanna be like you THE END

The good lads gone mad and he'll be home soon LG X

You've been told

Pussys the lot of them you wait till you here the KID

21 October 2016

Watch Oasis Record 'Champagne Supernova' In This Clip From 'Supersonic'

The video below is taken from Oasis' 'Supersonic.

Catch Noel Gallagher On Channel 4's 'Stand Up To Cancer' This Evening

Tune into Channel 4's Stand Up To Cancer this evening, to catch Noel performing 'Half The World Away' as part of Celebrity Goggle Box.

The show runs from 7pm to midnight.

Watch and feel free to dig deep into those pockets. #SU2C #StandUpToCancer

Noel Gallagher On Oasis' 'Do You Know What I Mean?'

Noel Gallagher's 'Be Here Now' Track By Track - 'Do You Know What I Mean?'

Oasis' 'Supersonic' Screenings In Germany, Austria And Switzerland

Oasis: Supersonic is in theatres for exclusive event screenings in Germany, Austria and Switzerland starting 27th October, click here for details.

19 October 2016

Win The Ultimate Oasis 'Be Here Now' Deluxe Box Set And More

To celebrate the reissue of the band's 1997 album, Radio X are giving you the chance to win the Super Deluxe Box set, signed books and much more!

Click here for the details of the prizes and to enter (sign up required).

Liam Gallagher On Who Should Play Him In An Oasis Film

Liam Gallagher has revealed who should play him in an Oasis film – and it's someone from Coronation Street.

Well, you don't expect a predictable answer from the Oasis frontman, do you?

In a recent, expletive-fuelled, chat with Radio X, Gallagher colourfully revealed the ideal actor to play him in a film of his life.

He said: "Let me tell you I’d like to play me man. I’m being f***ing serious here now. I f***ing, I tell you who I would like to play me man. And obviously they’re all gonna go for fit people like Brad Pitt or Johnny Depp and that.  F*** that, man."

Brace yourselves for Gallagher's inspoired choice...

Liam said: "Stan Ogden. He f***ing gets me man. Stan Ogden gets me..."

It turns out Liam isn't just a fan of Stan, played by Bernard Youens, his legendary on-screen wife also factors into the decision.

Liam added: "And you’ve got the f***ing bird, like Hilda’s just gone like that, ‘Stanley!’ in his f*cking socks.  Just a guy just be pretending to be deaf. Just going, "What? Who? What? Just f***ing let it all hang out, mate. Stan Ogden. Just didn’t give a f*** mate."

Youens played Stan for 20 years, until his death in 1984. Jean Alexander played the iconic Hilda until she left the show in 187, although she returned for a one-off in 1990.

Source: www.express.co.uk

Liam Gallagher On Richard Ashcroft, Ian Brown, Lee Mavers And Shaun Ryder

Liam Gallagher gave his opinion on the frontmen from other British bands to Radio X in a recent interview.

He said: "Of our time, Richard Ashcroft is pretty cool. I like him, I love him. Obviously Ian Brown is f***ing majestic. Lee Mavers is f***ing beautiful and Shaun Ryder is just mega. So there are lots and lots of f***ing great frontmen."

What's Going On At 'This Feeling' This Weekend?

A well known haunt of well known faces, and where to see future next big things in advance, this week's event is in Kingston upon Hull.

Visit www.thisfeeling.co.uk for tickets and information on club nights all over the UK.

On This Day In Oasis History...

The video below is from October 19th 1995, when Oasis appeared on the Late Show With David Letterman and performed Morning Glory.

18 October 2016

Watch A Exclusive Clip From Oasis' 'Supersonic'

Click here to watch an exclusive clip from Oasis' 'Supersonic'.

Watch Early Oasis Footage Of The Band Rehearsing 'All Around The World'

Oasis surge through an intimate rehearsal of 1997's "All Around the World" in an exclusive video. The rock icons perform in a tight space decorated with Beatles posters and lined with stacks of Marshall amplifiers.

Singer-guitarist also discusses keeping his kids humble, why his mom is his hero and being unafraid to piss off fans.

Liam Gallagher croons his distinctive, dreamy hooks over Noel Gallagher and Paul Arthurs' tandem distorted guitars, as the camera zooms in and out across the room. While the original album and single version last over nine minutes, fleshed out with ornate orchestrations, this raw, stripped-down take cuts out after the three-minute mark, just as Noel launches into his guitar solo.

"All Around the World" features on the band's third LP, 1998's Be Here Now, recently remastered as part of an expansive reissue featuring numerous extras. The reissue includes the fabled "Mustique demos," 14 tracks recorded on the Caribbean island by Noel Gallagher and producer Owen Morris in 1996.

In a newly filmed interview with music journalist Keith Cameron, Noel reflected on the album as a "missed opportunity" following their classic second album, 1995's (What's the Story) Morning Glory. In particular, the guitarist lamented the original LP's underwhelming mix.

"It is shocking," he said. "All the things you shouldn't do when you’re mixing a record, we were doing tenfold. Really, we shouldn't have mixed it. We should have given it to somebody with a fresh perspective."

Filmmaker Mat Whitecross tells Oasis' triumphant, turbulent story in Oasis: Supersonic, a new documentary that hits American theaters for one night only on October 26th.

Click here to watch the video.

Source: www.rollingstone.com

Noel Gallagher Snubbed Trainspotting Soundtrack 'As He thought Film Was About Railway Enthusiasts'

Noel Gallagher missed out on featuring on the soundtrack for Trainspotting because he thought the film was about railway enthusiasts, it has emerged.

Director Danny Boyle was said to be desperate for Gallagher and his band Oasis to do a song for the 1996 movie starring Ewan McGregor, Robert Carlyle and Ewen Bremner.

The soundtrack of the film became a huge hit and featured fellow Britpop bands Blur and Pulp as well as US music stars Iggy Pop and Lou Reed.

However, the singer-songwriter turned down the chance to feature in the film about Edinburgh heroin addicts as he did not want to be associated with a film he thought was about train spotters.

The story was revealed during a question and answer session with Trainspotting producer Andrew Macdonald and costume designer Rachel Fleming at a 20th anniversary screening of the film.

Macdonald said: "Danny is from near Manchester and he was very keen to have Noel Gallagher do something but there was a reason why he didn't do it.

"He came to the launch party in Cannes, but I don't know why he didn't do a piece of music."

Fleming then said: "I met Noel at a thing the other week and he said to me: 'I would have done something, but honestly I thought it was about train spotters. I didn't know.' That's what he actually said."

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk

Liam Gallagher Gives His Thoughts On A Potential Oasis Reunion, Noel, Twitter, Manchester City And More

Click here to watch a interview with Liam Gallagher who gives his thoughts on a potential Oasis reunion, Noel, Twitter, Manchester City and more.

Twitter Delicious Facebook Digg Stumbleupon Favorites More