Liam Gallagher Tweets 'Fuck Oasis' And Calls Brother Noel A Potato
'You're nothing but a YES man': Liam Gallagher reignites his feud with Noel as he brands his brother a 'potato' in argument with a record producer.
David Holmes Gives An Update On Noel Gallagher's New Album
David Holmes the man who's producing Noel Gallagher's new album spoke to GigWise on the progress of the album.
Liam Gallagher Slams Noel And Oasis Documentary Makers
Liam Gallagher has hit out at the makers of the forthcoming Oasis documentary for deciding to premiere the film in London rather than Manchester.
If it's your last trip it'll get you on your way... "a colossal club night" Noel Gallagher. "like a mad 60's carnival" Serge, Kasabian.
28 October 2016
Click here to read an interview with Liam Gallagher and Mat Whitecross who speak about Supersonic, Oasis, Noel, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Marley and more.
27 October 2016
"The first two times I met Liam and Noel separately, I was absolutely s—ing myself," says superfan and filmmaker.
It’s a stern warning that has been repeated many times throughout history: You should never meet your heroes.
But that is exactly what documentary filmmaker Mat Whitecross did when he set out to make a movie about music superstars Oasis.
“I had the posters on the wall, I had the albums, the singles, I was reading about them every week in all the music magazines — so it was kind of nerve-wracking,” recalled the director of Oasis: Supersonic ahead of the music doc’s theatrical release.
“I was expecting it to be a disaster.”
Whitecross had good reason for concern. Not only did Oasis rise to become Britain’s biggest band in the ’90s with hits like Wonderwall, but the Manchester act’s two leads — Liam and Noel Gallagher — became notorious for sibling squabbles and fights, erratic behaviour and caustic outspoken statements.
These guys weren’t exactly ambassadors of affability.
“That’s part of the reason we made the film,” insisted Whitecross of the impetus to profile the estranged Gallaghers.
“You’ve got the two brothers and that love-hate relationship; that volatile thing that played out so publicly is fascinating. Bands now don’t have anywhere near the kind of danger around them.”
Buoyed by archive footage and intimate tales of scandalous road stories, Oasis: Supersonic has been gaining acclaim for its inspection of both the discord and devotion between the brothers that once brazenly called themselves the next Beatles.
Yet, even seven years after their final performance, Whitecross still isn’t able to get the siblings together in a room to talk about the storied career that earned them a place in the Guinness Book of Records for most consecutive Top Ten singles.
“Liam will talk very affectionately about Noel and Noel similarly about Liam.
“Then five minutes later, they slag each other off,” laughed the 39-year-old filmmaker who has directed music videos for the likes of Jay-Z and Coldplay.
“I used to joke these are like therapy sessions. For Liam, definitely — it was like the therapy he never had, but they both seemed to enjoy the process of going back in a huge amount of detail over the past.”
Below is a new clip from Oasis documentary Supersonic that features Liam and Noel Gallagher and more reminiscing about their infamous drunken ferry brawl.
Click here to read an interview with Liam Gallagher and Mat Whitecross who talk about Oasis' 'Supersonic' documentary.
A well known haunt of well known faces, and where to see future next big things in advance, this week's events are in London and Manchester.
Visit www.thisfeeling.co.uk for tickets and information on club nights all over the UK.
26 October 2016
The videos below are from October 26th 2008, when Oasis played at The Roundhouse in London with the Crouch End Festival Chorus as part of the BBC's Electric Proms.
Why Noel and Liam Gallagher Gave 'Supersonic' Director Mat Whitecross Free Rein To Tell Oasis' Story
Click here to read an interview with Liam Gallagher, Bonehead and Mat Whitecross who talk about the Oasis' 'Supersonic' documentary.
25 October 2016
For a limited pre-release window, Oasis' Supersonic is available to view now exclusively on iTunes.
Download it here.
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.
24 October 2016
Click here to listen to Noel's soundtrack to a perfect day, sunshine optional.
23 October 2016
22 October 2016
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