Big Brother Recordings was established in 2000 by the iconic British band Oasis to oversee their releases in the UK and Ireland. The label's name pays homage to Noel Gallagher, Oasis' guitarist and songwriter, who is also the elder brother of lead singer Liam Gallagher. Each release from Big Brother carries a catalogue number prefixed with "RKID," which references Liam as "our kid" - a term commonly used in North-West England for a younger sibling. Notably, the label's debut release was the single "Go Let It Out" on February 7, 2000 (catalogue number 'RKID 001'). In addition to Oasis' music, Big Brother has also released works by other talented artists such as Happy Mondays.