”Some of his ideas are brilliant, some of them are really bad, but that doesn’t matter… He’s interesting”
Former rivals take on covers of Gorillaz, The Good, The Bad & The Queen & The Clash.
Dorky dads are magical, tremendous creatures, and two of the world’s dorkiest — celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and Blur bassist Alex James — have teamed up to embarrass their children by belting out Oasis‘ Wonderwall as part of a DJ set. Footage of the dorky dad moment (below) sees the pair singing along to the
Turns out Blur’s Graham Coxon will not be running for president of the Kanye West fan club any time soon. Hot on the heels of his band’s headlining performance at Splendour In The Grass, the guitarist has had a bit of a chat with UK rag The Guardian, and used some strong words to describe
Splendour is a marathon. A three day, beautiful, musical marathon in which you only get out what you put in. Sure Day 1 is a pleasure. You’re there, you’re fresh, you’ve made it. Day 2, especially this year’s Day 2 was a treacherous, nearly impossible struggle with a magical Florence Welch shaped reward for those
It’s generally anyone’s guess as to what exactly is going through a performer’s mind before they arrive on stage. When it comes to Jamie T, however, one envisions him getting slapped in the face — hard — and told that his songs are rubbish. It’s only this bizarre hypothetical that would come even remotely close
Oi Blur fans (aka every human on the planet), Music Feeds and our mates at Warner Music have an amazing oppurtunity for you to score a limited edition prize pack featuring their brand new album and some sweet, sweet goodies. To celebrate Blur’s first shows in Australia in 18 years, including a headline set at
Splendour in the Grass is first and foremost a divine musical oasis where like-minded souls come together to celebrate music, mateship and multiple beverage intake amidst an otherwise damp and dreary winter season. Sure, ok, fine, but let’s cut the bullshit for a second and discuss the other main reason we migrate to Byron each
As if Blur couldn’t get more popular with their first album in twelve years, the band has released their own ice cream as part of their The Magic Whip tour in the UK. The ice cream, a vanilla custard with raspberry sauce (similar to the one made in the below video for single Go Out),
Beloved Aussie singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett has been recruited by British alt-rock heroes Blur to open two of their upcoming US shows. As NME reports, Barnett will support Blur at their Los Angeles show on 20th October and their New York date at Madison Square Garden on the 23rd. Barnett, who has had a massive 2015,
Over the weekend, Blur frontman and Gorillaz mastermind Damon Albarn got a little ~carried away~ at Denmark’s Roskilde Festival, and had to be forcibly removed by security after refusing to stop his marathon five-hour set. As Pitchfork reports, Albarn performed at the festival with the Africa Express project, and even gifted the audience with a
Fresh from releasing The Magic Whip, their first new album in 12 years, Blur stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this week for their first US TV appearance in as many years. They knocked it out of the park. Blur took to the stage to perform the joyous Magic Whip cut Ong Ong.
Not only are Blur returning to Australian shores this July to headline Splendour In The Grass 2015, the Brit-pop legends are also giving us a bit of extra action on the side, with a handful of arena-sized headlining sideshows to coincide with the festival just announced. Blur will perform three dates across Australian arenas in
Splendour In The Grass 2015 may have already sold out, but festivalheads who missed their chance to nab tickets to the Byron Bay camping spectacular still have a second shot to see some of their favourite acts this year, now that the sideshow parade has officially begun. Plenty of Splendour artists are giving punters a
Blur, Florence, Tame Impala, Mark Ronson + heaps more!
Blur frontman Damon Albarn revealed earlier this year that a song from the band’s forthcoming album The Magic Whip was inspired by the events of December’s Sydney siege hostage crisis in Martin Place. Now the band have shared the song, titled There Are Too Many Of Us. Blur uploaded a self-directed video (below) of them
Blur frontman Damon Albarn has revealed that one of the songs on the band’s forthcoming album The Magic Whip was inspired by the tragic events of December’s Sydney siege hostage crisis in Martin Place. Albarn, who had to reschedule his Sydney Opera House solo performance due to the siege, has told NME that he watched
‘The Magic Whip’ drops this April!
After announcing two Sydney Opera House shows earlier this month, Blur frontman Damon Albarn has now gifted the people of Melbourne with the promise of an intimate performance at the city’s Palais Theatre this December, in support of his recently released debut solo album Everyday Robots. Not only is this exciting for Albarn’s Melbourne fans,