Tags : oasis

Are We Witnessing The Fall of Boohoo?

Over the last few years, a fashion revolution has been taking place. While the rest of the world speeds up, many in the fashion industry are trying to slow down and take time to create ethical, environmental, and sustainable fashion options. One brand who has been doing the opposite but still reaping benefits is Boohoo […]Read More

Why Do We Love Musical Feuds?

When musicians fall out, they do so spectacularly. Often publicly, stars have fought wars of words, had the occasional scrap, and the more recently favoured legal tiff. Even being dead for decades didn’t stop Marvin Gaye (or his estate at least) taking Robin Thicke to court over his extremely problematic chart-topper ‘Blurred Lines’, the issue […]Read More

Liam Gallagher Pushes an Oasis Reunion in 2021 on Twitter

Judging from the brothers interactions on twitter, Oasis fans could see a band reunion this year. Liam Gallagher, the English singer songwriter best known as the frontman for the rock band Oasis from 1991 to 2009 has called for a reunion with his brother and bandmate Noel in a New Years tweet. During their final […]Read More

Interview: Pastel

As a young 5-piece shoegaze band, Pastel aren’t letting the pandemic slow them down. Fueled by two Mancunian cousins – the Lead singer (Jack Yates) and rhythm guitarist (James Yates) – an Irish lead guitarist and songwriter (Aaron Tormey), and two Welsh boys on bass guitar (Liam Oshea) and drums (Rhys Wheeler), the band have […]Read More

Track Review: Don’t Stop // Oasis

An unheard Oasis song is like finding a needle in a haystack. As the band that formed British culture as we know it, Wonderwall enthusiasts across the globe rejoiced this week. Noel Gallagher revealed plans to upload an original unreleased Oasis demo, rediscovered whilst he was clearing out some old coverless CDs. This newly dug-up […]Read More

Interview: DMA’s

Will Fisher witnessed DMA’s offhandedly stylish performance at Kendal Calling 2017 and caught up with guitarist Johnny Took from the band to talk about their debut album, festival season and… house plants.Read More

Live Review: DMA’S // Electric Ballroom – 24.10.16

Sydney’s ice-cool upcoming indie rockers, DMA’S, graced London town in swaggering and confident fashion on Monday 24th November. The outfit performed a triumphant set to adoring fans in the iconic setting of Camden’s Electric Ballroom. The show began with an enjoyable set from support act Splashh. Thumping bass-lines drove their unique indie rock songs, but their meanderings […]Read More

My Life In Songs: Sarah Turner

Waterloo Sunset // The Kinks The earliest memories of music I have are thanks to my dad. I can remember being tiny enough to sit, curled up in his acoustic guitar case, and I would watch and listen contentedly whilst he played countless renditions of The Beatles, Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones hits. A […]Read More

Track Review: Stepping Stone // HANKKS

Birmingham band HANKKS channel the best indie rock and roll that has come before them into new single, ‘Stepping Stone’, to create a pleasingly refreshing tune, with a frontman who even looks a little bit like early Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner. In what are early days for this new band they have brought out a […]Read More