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Epiphone Unveils 2014 “Union Jack” Sheraton Outfit

Union Jack themed hollowbody is replica of Noel Gallagher‘s Oasis-era Epiphone

 

Epiphone Guitars has unveiled their new 2014 lineup. One of the standouts is the Ltd. Edition “Union Jack” Sheraton Outfit, which is a replica of the iconic Epiphone hollowbody wielded by Oasis’ Noel Gallagher during the height of the Britpop era.

 

The guitar’s release was timed to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the… Read More

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Alan McGee Launches New Label: 359 Music

Former Creation Records head Alan McGee launches 359 Music

 

Creation Records was a legendary label that introduced influential 80s/90s/00s British bands like Jesus and Mary Chain, Oasis, and Primal Scream to the world. The man behind that label was of course Alan McGee, who more recently ran the Read More

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Video: Beady Eye “Soul Love” Live on Jools Holland

Liam and the lads debut slightly spooky new sound on Later with Jools Holland

 

By Alex Baker

 

Ex-Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher and his new outfit, Beady Eye are back with a new album in the UK and an accompanying tour. 

 

Beady Eye’s second album Be, was produced by TV On theRead More

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Noel Gallagher and Damon Albarn Unite for Charity: Video

Former leaders of Britpop arch-rivals Blur and Oasis bury the hatchet for Britain’s Teenage Cancer Trust Performance

 

By Alex Baker

 

Theirs was one of the most celebrated rivalries in all of pop history, but last night in London it was all smiles as Blur’s Damon Albarn was joined onstage by former Oasis guitarist, Read More

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GSTV Artist to watch in 2012: Jake Bugg – “Lightning Bolt”

Jake Bugg is a modern-day Brit-popper with a sound that’s part Arctic Monkeys and part Donovan

 

By Alex Baker

 

Already on his way to being an indie pop star of sorts in the U.K., Jake Bugg is a teenage singer/songwriter from Nottingham.

 

But his folksy style is something of a departure from your average neo-Britpop band. Bugg’s self-titled debut album owes as much to Donovan and Dylan as it does… Read More

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The Dirty Clergy

Formed in 2009, the Dirty Clergy are a rock and roll band from Winfield, Alabama. Known for their distinct, edgy sound that’s a hybrid of grunge, garage rock, and punk, the band draw on influences that include Oasis, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, and the Ramones. For a band that started out as a folk duo, the Dirty Clergy have a pretty rocking sound. You can get a good sense of the band’s stripped down vibe and style when you watch this video for “Shake.”

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