Zane Lowe DJs at the opening night of Pryzm, the megaclub formerly known as Oceana.
It’s the end of an era. Source Magazine is closing but the website will stay, and hopefully flourish, with your help.
The original DIY punks return to town with a new album and a fistful of orgasmic classics.
Two of the world’s most notorious bands under the same roof, it was a wild Tuesday night at the Concorde 2.
In conversation with Supernormal festival and some of the Brighton performers on this year’s bill: Sarah Angliss, Mary Hampton, Slum Of Legs and Speak Galactic.
The likes of Neutral Milk Hotel, Beirut and Caribou are on the bill at next month’s festival in Wales.
The Florida punk rocker was on great form at his small solo show at The Haunt.
Funk collective The Impellers support Norman Jay’s Good Time sound system at the Concorde 2.
90s acid house king DJ Pierre on doing business in Chicago pet shops, playing clarinet in a marching band, and his other influences.
The power duo’s farewell tour brought them to the Haunt for a suitably raucous send-off earlier this month.
Our adventures in the Welsh mountains with music from the likes of Beirut, Mercury Rev and Neutral Milk Hotel.
Hotly tipped surf doom rockers The Wytches treat us to an intimate show at Resident Records to celebrate their album launch.
The soul jazz pioneer brought some good vibes to The Concorde 2 for a UK exclusive sell out show.
The Green Door Store’s annual fresh-blood music celebration returns, with Fear Of Men and The Black Tambourines topping the free, weekend-long bill.
John Grant warmed up for Glastonbury with a spellbinding performance at the Brighton Dome.
Singer and guitarist of Hot Water Music brings his powerful solo show to The Haunt with his band The Camaraderie.
A midweek gig at the Hope, a sinister group of masked men and some fabulous art rock chaos.
SOURCE’s adventures at The Great Escape this year, including Kaiser Chiefs, Charlie XCX and Jon Hopkins.
The White Stripes meets The Flight Of The Conchords – what’s not to like? The best mock’n'roll band at Brighton Fringe.
The Grammy award winning soul jazz superstar makes his Brighton debut this Autumn.
The former Pavement frontman does a good impression of a classic rock icon with the latest version of his band, The Jicks.
This weekend there’s no less than four mini festivals taking place around the city. You, Brighton, are spoilt for choice.
The Pavement frontman brings his stunning rock abstraction to The Old Market.
After everyone raved about last year’s new jazz festival, right on Brighton’s doorstep, we returned to see if Love Supreme could do it again.
Moving, eclectic and darkly humorous, John Grant brings his Pale Green Ghosts tour to Brighton.
With last year’s inaugural event given a unanimous thumbs up, it’s time to see if they can keep up the momentum for year 2.
Knee Deep might be the best thing you see all year. Closer to modern dance than traditional circus acrobatics. Go see.