Friday, April 19, 2013 8:16PM - By Laura Aguirre
Daft Punk finally released a new single last night, titled “Get Lucky.” The tune, which is now available on iTunes and Amazon, features vocals by the ageless Pharrell Williams. Fell free to listen to the four-minute track below. In other news, Liam Gallagher announced that his post-Oasis band Beady Eye will release a sophomore album this June. We also have a new music video by Florida rock band Surfer Blood. All that and more after the jump.
Wednesday, September 12, 2012 12:42PM - By Laura Aguirre
Reunions are the hot thing right now. Everyone is getting back together, putting on reunion tours and making new music. But one band that won’t be doing that, not even if “all the starving children in the world depended on it,” is Oasis. Noel Gallagher has completely ruled out an Oasis reformation.
Friday, October 21, 2011 10:25AM - By Travis Woods
Oh, great. This is exactly what the world needs: Perhaps because they realize no one is really ever, ever going to care about their solo work, and that they will forever be associated as the smug, smarmy punks that thought they were better than the every other band since the Beatles, the members of Oasis are already facing the depressing fact that they will probably reunite soon to cash in on nostalgia for a band that was only very briefly broken up.
Friday, August 19, 2011 1:36PM - By Travis Woods
Jeez, even after the band has broken up, these two just can’t shut up. According to Rolling Stone, Liam Gallagher is suing his brother/ ex-Oasis bandmate, Noel Gallagher, over snotty comments Gallagher made in 2009 during the snotty band’s snotty breakup. Snotty.
Tuesday, March 1, 2011 6:48AM - By Jeffrey Hyatt
Liam Gallagher knows how to shake things up. Let’s begin the new month with the Beady Eye singer blasting Radiohead.
The former Oasis frontman directed his wrath over the title and lyrics on the band’s just-released album The King Of Limbs, which was inspired by a 1,000-year-old tree in Wiltshire’s Savernake Forest. “I heard that f*cking Radiohead record and I just go, ‘What?!’” Gallagher told the Quietus.
Monday, December 6, 2010 7:18AM - By Jeffrey Hyatt
Liam Gallagher’s Beady Eye have decided on the name Different Gear, Still Speeding for their debut album. Gallagher’s post-Oasis album will be released on February 28 and feature 13 new songs.
The band’s first single, “Bring the Light,” was released as a free download last month; the result was a big success with 350,000-plus copies gobbled up in the first 24 hours.
The album artwork is interesting, to say the least. Check it out below!
Friday, June 18, 2010 11:31AM - By Travis Woods
Liam Gallagher, in addition to hijacking the soundtrack to the film about the Beatles’ Apple Records – because who would want to hear the Beatles when you could hear Gallagher’s new post-Oasis band do it, right? – has let it slip that he will finally, at long last, give the people of the world what they have been clamoring for. NME reports that on his clothing company Pretty Green’s official website, the former Oasis frontman announced that there will be an Oasis biopic in the near future. Oh, good.
Monday, May 17, 2010 9:45AM - By Travis Woods
Remember how we told you about ex-Oasis frontman/ faded John Lennon copy-of-a-copy-of-copy-of-a-copy Liam Gallagher’s plans to make a film about the Beatles’ — of course — Apple Corps record label? Well, NME reports that the singer announced at Cannes earlier this week that he’s found a “more exciting” group than the Beatles to soundtrack the upcoming film—his new band.
According to Gallagher:
Friday, May 7, 2010 1:10PM - By Laura Aguirre
Liam Gallagher is taking a shot at The Beatles. UK’s Daily Mail reports that the former Oasis frontman is developing a film about the Fab Four’s lesser heyday and more so high-days at Apple, their record company at Savile Row Headquarters. Liam attained the rights to Richard DiLello’s 1972 memoir, The Longest Cocktail Party: An Insider’s Dairy of The Beatles, Their Million Dollar Apple Empire and Its Wild Rise And Fall. Fancy title, eh?