Rising alt-folkers Hetton play a launch gig at the Green Door Store alongside Polly Money and Yazmyn Hendrix.
Master of Horror John Carpenter brings his eerie soundscapes to town for his first ever UK live show.
We met Mantras and Of Empires ahead of Party at the Races to discover the best local bands, if NME’s lost it, and how to get a pub partying using glowsticks.
Porridge Radio are one of the most fun bands in town and have just released a superb debut album. We spoke to lead-singer Dana about what makes her tick…
Virtual reality and gaming comes to Hove’s Old Market as part of the Brighton Digital Festival this month. We chatted to the venue manager to find out what all the fuss was about.
A cheeky video from Octopuses sees the Brighton band trying to save the bees with support from Caroline Lucas.
Previously unseen photos of David Bowie came to Brighton for a sold out exhibition.
Pop legend Brian Wilson and indie darlings Suede headed up a weekend of great music in Preston Park which even some very British weather couldn’t dampen.
Northern Soul legends came to The Concorde 2 to get the Bank Holiday weekend off to a stomping start.
Brooklyn grunge-gazers announce a rescheduled date at Concorde2 in September .
Riding the hype unleashed by a couple of highly touted singles, Pumarosa come to Brighton for the first show in a six-date UK tour.
We spoke to one of the directors of Brighton’s newest theatre company to hear about their plans to give the city a shot of affordable and subversive drama.
With Craig David smashing it out of the park and DJ sets galore, Boundary Brighton had a decent start.
The Coalition is set to be ravaged by the first visit since 2013 from California’s powerful glitch-hoppers Death Grips.
North London newcomer Oscar is back in Brighton touring his excellent debut ‘Cut And Paste’
We headed to the Green Door Store to shoot pictures and a video of the venue’s annual music weekender.
Part six of our Street Source photography series saw sunny Brighton in the mood to party – with parades through town, a bit of footy and some rock’n’roll. Photos by Ashley Laurence.
Asian Dub Foundation return with some founding members – strap yourselves in for the full force of their live show.
Brighton Photo Biennial takes place across the city throughout October 2016. Shantrelle P Lewis’s The Dandy Lion Project, which explores and redefines African identity, is a highlight.
Party At The Races sees out the summer festival season in style with top DJs and some great local bands.
Scottish indie rock duo Honeyblood play live at Brighton’s Patterns promoting their new album ‘Babes Never Die’.
We speak to the Brighton campaigner who wants to set the record and promote marine conservation by getting his kit off. Will you join him?
Tour photographer Denis O’Regan came to Portslade to speak about his exhibition of candid David Bowie portraits.
New York’s own Porches return to Brighton after a triumphant set at The Great Escape.
We caught a compelling two hour set of minimal but mesmerising loops and vocals from the Louisiana-via-Brooklyn singer at the Komedia.
We’ve got tickets to give away for the screening of a new documentary feature showcasing songs from Nick Cave And The Bad Seed’s forthcoming album.