Former Oasis star Liam Gallagher stormed off the stage after only four songs into what was supposed to be an hour long performance at the Lollapalooza festival in Chicago last night. He managed to get through two solo songs and a couple of Oasis hits in 20 minutes before leaving without explanation, leaving behind a furious crowd. He later tweeted that he was having problems with his voice, though that wasn’t apparent during his brief time on stage.
Fans of The Who will have a lot of new releases to choose from. In addition to the recently announced “Maximum As & Bs” box set, guitarist Pete Townshend’s demos and outtakes collections are being reissued—titled Scoop, Another Scoop, and Scoop 3. They’ll be released on August 18th. And two early Who albums—the singles collection Meaty Beaty Big & Bouncy and the concert classic Live at Leeds—have been remastered are set for release on October 27th.
Sublime have hired two-time Oscar-winner Bill Guttentag to direct their upcoming documentary. The film will showcase the band’s beginnings, their rise to fame and the devastating loss of their lead singer Bradley Nowell, who died of a heroin overdose May 25, 1996. The film will feature unreleased and rare music from the band, and is tentatively scheduled to be released in late 2018.