The Clowwns debut album is a brilliant combination of post-punk and glam rock, like the New York Dolls or the Stooges if they’d grown up in rainy England. Listen here.
In the first of a new series for SOURCE we sent a photographer out and about in Brighton looking for ten images that caught his eye – he came back with a beautiful set of black and white pics of doleful dogs, groups of skaters and a lost Spanish pilgrim.
Rag ‘N’ Bone Man puts on a triumphant and very special sold out homecoming show at Concorde2.
SOURCE took a trip to Isle of Wight for an eclectic line-up including Missy Elliott, Chemical Brothers, Duran Duran and Chuckle Brothers. Who was the best of Bestival?
It’s been five years since we last saw independent hip hop artist B.Dolan play Brighton, but it was worth the wait.
With the release of his eighth studio album Richard Hawley brings his beautiful melodies and wonderful storytelling songs to the Brighton Dome.
With Brighton Digital Festival humming in the background, we spoke to one of the city’s original web pioneers about how he started in the 90s and how Brighton might be losing its edge.
We spoke to the Brighton soul singer and rapper about playing Glastonbury, working with DJ Premier and putting on a special curated show at the Concorde later this month.
A strange pairing reaps rewards for early arriving art-rock fans at Paul Smith’s final UK show to promote his new solo album.
Brighton seafront goes all Berlin at this techno and deep house party courtesy of First Floor’s guests Ryan Elliott and Lakuti.
The expansive Canadian rockers bring some autumnal atmosphere to Sticky Mike’s
Our round-up of new Brighton music – including releases from Glass Sines, Warsaw Radio, Idle Talk and Two Jackals.
The Irish singer songwriter brings her blend of soul and folk to Concorde 2.
Highly influential post-rockers bring their intense and atmospheric live show to Brighton.
SOURCE has relaunched its Instagram page: expect a mix of live gig photography and weird random Brighton stuff.
SOURCE heads to The Set to sample an ambitious four-course tasting menu. Gimmicky or worth the hype? Let’s find out.
We spoke to the man behind Pop-Up Brighton about how he’s bringing innovative, interactive and inexpensive art to the city.
Indie favourites Alvvays bring the summer sun back to Brighton with a raucous White Reaper in support.
Can Goodmoney vouchers inject £1m into the local economy by 2020? SOURCE went to the launch to find out how it works.
A new pop-up store opens this week housing a range of designers not seen before in the city.
Deerhunter and Atlas Sound are coming to Hove this October – missing Halloween by a whisker.
Nordic princess of pop Susanne Sundfør returns to cast her sonic spell over Brighton in October.
Alternative electronic music from the likes of Pangaea and Volte-Face comes in the form of a new clubnight called Zallogut.
Fans flocked to see Dave Wakeling and his version of the politicised Brummie ska band, The Beat. Not all of them were impressed.
An emotive exhibition at the Brighthelm Centre of drawings and creative writings by LGBTIQ migrants and refugees from Africa.
Stewart Lee gave his Comedy Vehicle a test run as the latest of Brian Gittins’ star guests at Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar.