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Photo Gallery: Big Day Out (Part One) - Bonython Park, Adelaide (31.01.14)

Bo Ningen

The Big Day Out rolled in to Adelaide on its traditional last Friday in January on another scorching 40 degree day. With the decision to move away from the Royal Adelaide Showgrounds, many people were longing for the shade of the grandstand, but the new location proved easy to move around and a good size for the crowd on the day. The bands put on some fantastics sets, despite the heat and the crowd did a great job taking care of themselves and those around them, making it another fantastic Big Day Out in Adelaide. Hopefully there will be many more!

Live Review: Beady Eye + Davey Lane - Enmore Theatre, Sydney (27.01.14)

After releasing two albums Liam Gallagher finally brings his band Beady Eye to Australia as part of the 2014 Big Day Out tour for the first time since Oasis disbanded. For the faithful Oasis fans and for the British ex-pats it was an opportunity to finally get to see the notorious frontman and his bandmates in action again.

Photo Gallery: Beady Eye + Davey Lane - Enmore Theatre (27.01.14)

Beady Eye bring their British psychedelia to the Enmore Theatre, with Davey Lane as support. Evelyn Tjia was there and brings us these photos from the night:

Live Review: Big Day Out - Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne (24.01.14)

There’s always something that punters can guarantee at the Big Day Out. Regardless of what the crowd is there for, whether it is the major headliners, the big bands on smaller stages, or just the general vibe of the festival, it’s a certainty that you will never quite know what to expect on the day. And the last thing that punters were expecting at the Melbourne Big Day Out... was rain.

Festival Review: Big Day Out - Sydney Showground (26.01.14)

Hiccups leading up to something as grand as Big Day Out is nothing surprising in this market nowadays; our flagship music festival has suffered, as of late, from a growing counter-culture that loves nothing more than to criticise in an area they feel they have enough knowledge to do so; among other things of course. Despite that, it still remains that the Big Day Out – super-charged by the relatively recent restructuring of its management – excels at balancing commercial appeal with credibility, giving as much diversity as is needed to ensure people of all different tastes are given all the necessary ingredients to make for a great day out.

Photo Gallery: Big Day Out Part 2 - Sydney Showground (26.01.14)

Part 2 of our Sydney Big Day Out festival photo gallery includes Beady Eye, CSS, Deftones, Ghost, Major Lazer, Snoop Lion, The Hives (pictured above), The Lumineers and Vista Chino. Photos by Johnny Au.

Photo Gallery: Big Day Out 2014 - Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne (24.01.14)

Mary Boukouvalas takes us to the Melbourne Big Day Out and brings us this photo gallery featuring Arcade Fire, Beady Eye, Bo Ningen, DZ Deathrays, The 1975, The Hives and many more...

Beady Eye and Vista Chino for Big Day Out sideshows!

Add these sideshows to your Big Day Out swag! Both Beady Eye and Vista Chino have announced headline shows in Melbourne and Sydney and you know tickets will fly out the door for both. Beady Eye, one of the three bands announced later in the game, giving Australians the opportunity to see the Liam Gallagher-fronted band now in a special headline capacity. Vista Chino, featuring John Garcia and Brant Bjork (Kyuss) will also be a hot act to check out at the BDO, but if you want them all on their own, check the dates below!

Beady Eye, The Hives and Deftones to replace Blur at the Big Day Out next year!

After many rumours, some frustration via social media and a prolonged wait, Blur's THREE replacements at the 2014 Big Day Out have been announced by AJ Maddah on triple j today.

Album Review: Beady Eye - BE (2013 LP)

Since Beady Eye emerged in the music scene I have always felt they were Oasis minus the nice Gallagher brother. Noel, the nicer Gallagher to me, was the better song-writer of the two with a better voice. That’s not to say I don’t have respect for Liam and his musical abilities as well, because I do. His gift of writing simple lyrics and turning them into chart-topping catchy hits is what makes him a different talent in his own way.

Album News Weekly: Friday, 19 April 2013

In this weeks album news we’ve got a massive bunch of goodies. Disclosure have announced their debut is on the way, Bernard Fanning filled in the missing gaps he left out of his teaser last week, Melbourne’s Vaudeville Smash revealed they’ve got a newie on the way, plus there’s a heap more of sweet announcements. Happy Friday!


Music Video: Beady Eye "The Roller"

The group featuring Liam Gallagher, Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock - Beady Eye - have delieved the first single "The Roller" from their new album Still Speeding which is due out on March 11th.

Naturally, a music video has been released to accompany the single!