Over 50 Oasis fans came to “The Tropic at Ruislip” on Friday the 26th of April to watch “Britain’s finest Oasis tribute band” Oasiz perform all the classics.

The night started with George Viktor Emmanuel, an Austrian beatboxer who creates unique electronic music without the use of any instruments. He drove from Brussels and back just to perform a 30 minute slot which got the crowd ready for Oasiz. Performing four tracks; two of his own and two mixes of more famous tracks.

Oasis fans were not disappointed when 10:15 rolled round and Oasiz strolled onto stage, the lead singer had the same presence as the Gallager brothers. One fan said “it felt like the real thing”. Opening with the hit ‘Supersonic’ the crowd were instantly buzzing. There set went on for an hour and a half and included many classic Oasis tracks such as; Wonderwall, Don’t Look Back in Anger and What’s the Story Morning Glory?

The band spoke about how they felt the gig went: “We always enjoy playing at The tropic it’s a great live music venue and we enjoyed last nights show as much as the audience did”

The audience definitely enjoyed it, Shaun Marshall claimed: “overall a good performance, the crowd enjoyed it and Oasiz was very close to the real thing”. Aiden Crockett added: “It was a really good night out and a great atmosphere, for Oasis fans it was pretty much like the real thing”.

The Tropic at Ruislip host classic rock tribute bands every weekend and this weekend didn’t fail to amuse rock enthusiasts.