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One Liners: Epidemic Sound, Gorillaz, Liam Gallagher, more

By | Published on Thursday 28 November 2019

Epidemic Sound


Innovative library music company Epidemic Sound has hired Kate Vale as its new Managing Director for North America. She was previously Spotify’s MD for New Zealand and Australia. “We’re THRILLED”, says Epidemic Sound CEO Oscar Höglund. “I’m excited”, says Vale.



Gorillaz have released the trailer for their new documentary ‘Reject False Icons’, which will be screened in cinemas on 16 Dec.

A Patreon page has been set up to fund the completion of Poly Styrene documentary ‘I Am A Cliché’. The film is being co-directed by Paul Sng and the punk musician’s daughter Celeste Bell.

Ghetts and Rude Kid have released new collaboration ‘Legends Don’t Die’.

Zebra Katz has released a new short film which incorporates two new songs: ‘Lousy’ and ‘In In In’.

Eliza Shaddad has released the video for recent single ‘Girls’. She has also announced UK tour dates for March next year, finishing at the Scala in London on 19 Mar.



Liam Gallagher has announced that he will play a homecoming show at Manchester’s Heaton Park on 12 Jun next year. Tickets go on sale tomorrow.

A week after Liam Gallagher plays his homecoming show, his now slightly less bitter rival Robbie Williams will play his own at the stadium of the Port Vale football club in Stoke-On-Trent on 20 Jun. “It has always been an ambition of mine to play a show at Port Vale and I’m delighted that now it’s actually going to happen”, he says.



The BRIT Awards might be getting a bit of a makeover in 2020, but Jack Whitehall will still be hosting. Like they always say, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. Nevertheless, Jack Whitehall will host the BRIT Awards in 2020.