Rising alt-folkers Hetton play a launch gig at the Green Door Store alongside Polly Money and Yazmyn Hendrix.
An exhibition of 40 photographs of David Bowie, some previously unseen, comes to Brighton next week as part of a nationwide tour.
Asian Dub Foundation return with some founding members – strap yourselves in for the full force of their live show.
Brooklyn grunge-gazers announce a rescheduled date at Concorde2 in September .
Does seafront burger joint Stock Burger deserve a place in Brighton’s restaurant hall of fame? We did the burger-eating research for you to find out.
Love Supreme was a funky affair with three of Prince’s female collaborators on the bill and two legends in the headline slots: Grace Jones and Burt Bacharach.
The SOURCE goes smearing, flashing and crimping at a bouldering club
Our round-up of new Brighton music: including releases from Chris T-T, Wooden Arms, MIAMIGO, Team New Band, Rough Citizen, Asta Hiroki, and The RPMs.
A crazy narrator takes you on decade-hopping trip through the lives of terrace residents in this new immersive theatre show on Brighton beach.
A Glastonbury-level deluge doesn’t hamper our enjoyment of this crawl across a selection of Brighton’s indie food vendors
The queen of the loop pedal is coming to transform the Komedia into an echoing, interstellar wonderland.
Bigger than ever, the festival has moved into the Corn Exchange but is still totally free.
We chatted to the director of ‘Love And Information’ – a funny and poignant play about relationships and technology showing this week at Brighton’s New Venture Theatre.
Brighton’s just got itself a new venue. We chatted to the Beatabet collective about how they rescued the Rose Hill and their plans to turn it into a hub for local arts and music.
Blue Note recording artist Kandace Springs has worked with both Gregory Porter and Prince this year. We caught up with her before her debut set at Love Supreme 2016.
Now a staple of Brighton’s summer seafront calendar, the annual March of the Mermaids will be making waves this July.
The Plant Room is a new veggie cafe in the heart of the Lanes, offering vegan cakes aplenty and a chilled vibe – but does it deliver more than just a quirky theme? We went to find out.
Wild Beasts play an exclusive two-day residency at The Old Market to mark the announcement of new album ‘Boy King’.
Wildhood is the new solo project by Rizzle Kicks member Jordan Stephens. Enter the playful and dark world of his new EP.
Another new festival rides into town on October 1st, promising ‘day-time dancing and night-time clubbing’ alongside a local music stage hosted by Brighton Source.
The Duke Of Norfolk is dead. The Revelator took it into the swamps and killed it, then arranged some sticks by the body.
The exotic psyche rockers set light to the Hope and Ruin.
Despite our doubts, we came away from this Komedia show with our mind thoroughly blown by what this man can do with just four strings.
Are vegans taking over the world? If you’ve not tried it yet there are free samples, cookery courses and awareness talks at this year’s Viva! sponsored event.
June was an exceptional month. The fourth episode of our Street Source photography blog captures the heart, soul and utter misery of this year’s midsummer madness.
The California-London indie rockers came to Brighton to tour their post-breakup album, but the strange onstage chemistry suggests the scars haven’t quite healed.