A reincarnation of the MADCHESTER era bringing the Pills & Thrills to you...
The Madchester Experience recreate the iconic sounds of BRIT bands such as THE STONE ROSES, THE HAPPY MONDAYS, OASIS, BLUR, THE VERVE, THE FARM,
EMF, THE CHARLATANS and many more...
Taking their audiences on a trip back to the 90’s indie era with the attitude and baggy fashion
Described as an energetic and authentic experience The Madchester Experience show immerses you in visual & musical ecstasy taking you on a nostalgic journey back to the 90’s with the use of music, film
Forming in the beginning of 2014 and spending a year in the studio to craft their sound
The Madchester Experience was no small project. Time was taken to create and replicate these iconic 90‘s sounds to a professional standard, A B’ing to both the original and live material from the era along with
taking advice from an array of experienced Audio Engineers and Producers. The Madchester Experience left no stone unturned in the search for musical perfection - Creating a
RESSURECTION of the times.
Countless hours were spent on recording demos along with iconic backing visuals and promo videos.
The entire band worked hard honing their craft. Now it was time for The Madchester Experience to BRING it to the people.
2015 started with a BANG!!! with The Madchester Experience taking their MADCHESTER vibe to the heart
of MANCHESTER itself. This first show was graciously recieved being described by people who had attended.
THE STONE ROSES concerts back in the 90’s as “better than the real thing”
Spending the rest of 2015 touring up and down the UK (from Suffolk to Salford, Northampton to Yorkshire) playing to packed out Theatres and Music venues alike The Madchester Experience made a name for
themselves as the THIS IS THE 90’s tribute of 2015, taking the vibes wherever they go, RAVING IT UP!!! like its 1990.
The Madchester Experience supporters include
: The iconic Record Label CREATION RECORDS that brought you OASIS
: SHAUN RYDER (THE HAPPY MONDAYS) : Mancheter’s own boxing legend Ricky Hatton
: This Is England star Thomas Turgoose (Shuan)
And Accolades such as
: Sharing the same promotions roster as The Happy Monday’s BEZ &
ROWETTA along with STEREO MC
: Appearing on the same bill as THE HAPPY MONDAYS, STARSAILOR, and GUN.
SOME MIGHT SAY....
Fantastic live band. The Madchester Experience are not to be missed. They had the whole room bouncing. Mad for it.
Stephanie McDonnell (Chorley Football Club)
Great band the lads Deffo know how to get a crowd going it was mental when I walked out great night, unique sound.
Tomas Turgoose (Shaun from This is England)
Since forming in 2004, Oasish have taken the tribute world by storm. The attention to detail is incredible and many have hailed them as being better than the real thing!
They have performed at Wembley Stadium, The National Indoor Arena, Manchester Academy and are the only band to perform at the now world famous Glastonbudget Festival EVERY single year its been running.
The band don't use cheap imitation copies of the real bands instruments or clothes either! The "Noel" actually uses the exact same model of guitar, a Gibson ES355, that the real Noel Gallagher plays.
Amps used are also custom made Hi Watt and vintage Fender amps to recreate that big oasis sound that became their trademark throughout the 90's.
Oasish have performed on many big stages and at many big events and their clientele ranges from major corporate companies through to private parties for people lucky enough to book the band.
They are also no strangers to the TV screens either, having appeared on The One Show (BBC), The Gadget Show (Channel 5), Inside Out (ITV), GMTV (ITV), Sky News, The Culture Show (BBC) and numerous other broadcasts all across the television network.
They have also worked alongside big names such as Peter Kay, Jools Holland, Clint Boon (Inspiral Carpets), Dodgy and even performed with Shaun Ryder of The Happy Mondays!
Oasish also boast that they are the only oasis tribute to use a live string quartet on stage and have done this on several occasions when performing a bigger headline show at some of the many festivals they play throughout the spring/summer months.