All You Need Is Love – NOEL GALLAGHER Covering His All Time Favorite Band

It’s no secret that NOEL GALLAGHER named THE BEATLES on countless occasions
as his all-time favorite band. Damn right. On his last tour (2018) promoting his latest album Who Built The Moon? he always ended his set with timeless anthem ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE. Cheesy? Certainly not when you experienced it live with ecstatic crowds singing along en masse, as I did when he played Brussels.

This knockout version performed the same year at Belgium’s Rock Werchter Festival
with a choir of 50.000 will put a big smile on your face, and yes, in these troubled
times we need love, more than ever…

The legendary premiere of the original…


NOEL GALLAGHER Shares Title Track From Upcoming EP – Here’s Disco Stomper ‘THIS IS THE PLACE’…

Brand new sonic impulses

5 August 2019

Seems like NOEL GALLAGHER and his HIGH FLYING BIRDS are having fun making EPs. Last June the former Oasis mastermind launched 4-track EP ‘Black Star Dancing‘ and today he announced another one that’ll hit the streets on 27 September and includes three brand new songs as well as two remixes. And here’s the vibrant title track ‘THIS
‘. Another disco influenced stomper we already experienced with ‘Black
Star Dancing’
. Noel Gallagher wants everybody on the dance floor again. Okay, let’s roll…


TURN UP THE VOLUME’s 15 Knockout Live Performances Of 2018…

Turn Up The Volume saw about 150 acts playing live this past year. Here are the 15 Knockout Performances that made his body temperature going way up, made his adrenalin stream faster and had a lasting impact on his greedy ears & impressed eyes.

1. THE FLAMING LIPS – Melkweg, Amsterdam – 11 November – Review here

2. SLOWDIVE – Cactus Brugge Festival – 15 July – Review here


3. IDLES – De Zwerver, Leffinge, Belgium – 2 November – Review here

4. JOHNNY MARR – Trix Club, Antwerp – 7 December – Review here

5. FONTAINES D.C. – Botanique, Brussels – 4 May – Review here

6. NOEL GALLAGHER – Vorst National, Brussels – 6 April

7. THE GLÜCKS – Ghent Fest – 19 July – Review here

8. RUMOURS – Cosa Nostra, Aalst – 21 April – Review here

9. JUJU – Kinky Star, Ghent – 18 February – Review here

10. PEUK – De Kleine Kunst, Ghent – 8 September – Review here

11. AUTOBAHN – Kinky Star, Ghent – 11 February – Review here

12. FALLING MAN – Ghent Fest – 14 July – Interview here

13. PERE UBU – 4 AD, Diksmuide – 1 June – Review here

14. TUBELIGHT – Charlatan, Ghent – 23 March – Review here

15. PINK ROOM – Kinky Star, Ghent – 3 March – Review here

(all pictures by Turn Up The Volume!)