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Liam Gallagher angry at indie
Liam Gallagher thinks indie music is a "disease".
The singer - whose brother Noel quit Oasis last August - has blasted British bands like Bloc Party branding their music "nonsense".
He said: "I really despise this new disease of indie...student music, the likes of Bloc Party and all that...nonsense. They don't keep me awake at night, but it's just...and they can...have it mate."
The 37-year-old star - who runs his own fashion label Pretty Green - has also blasted musicians who don't take care of their appearance and thinks scruffy rockers look like homeless people.
He added to Esquire magazine: "The thing is, man, you can make your clothes look like they've been worn in and look as if they've had a bit of character, but underneath you've got to have a...wash. [They] wear the clothes all the...time and they don't wash, so it's like, 'Where's the...bench?'
"I've heard plenty of bands that can write a decent enough tune then you see them and I go 'they look [terrible].' If you look good and you've got the tunes, you're away man."Posted on 5 Mar 2010 07:00 to category : Music News
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