Shining lights of Gilles Peterson's Brownswood Recordings label line up some Brighton shows.
We speak to the man behind the Trojan Records 50 year celebration show.
The unlikely duo line up the Green... Door Store for a night of off-kilter tunes.
One of Brighton's top seafood restaurants launches a new seasonal menu, and we're there for its test run.
Local photographer Gili Dailes took a low-tech waterproof camera into the sea to capture a different perspective of Brighton beach.
Algerian desert rockers Imarhan brought a beautiful blend of styles and some masterly musicianship to The Haunt, winning over the crowd with ease.
Uncompromising punks Idles brought an anarchic live performance to the Komedia for a guest-only show in support of their new album.
Brash duo Slaves showed off tracks from their new album at a lunchtime in-store, substituting their usual combative percussion for beatboxing and biscuits.
We went to Brighton Pride and watched the parade. We took photographs, lots of them. Of course we did. Share the joy with us.
Back for its eighth year, Brighton Digital Festival ushers in a month-long celebration of digital arts, culture and technology at venues across the city.
An incredible line-up, including Fujiya & Miyagi and Alice Russell, has been assembled to raise funds and awareness of a hugely important cause.
We spoke to the Brighton-based Anglo-French indie duo about madness, the moon and their new EP - with a premiere of new video 'Dance With The Light'.
SOURCE made it through the doors of Concorde 2 just in time to catch the start of the altogether vibrant show by everybody’s favourite world musicians.
Antifolk comes to Hotel Pelirocco for a dirty bank holiday weekend. But what is it? Find out with Secure Men, Holy Magick and David Cronenberg’s Wife.
From man buns to gong baths, there was something for everyone at the city's annual gathering of yogis. And plenty of sunshine.
Local photographer Pete Boyd took his camera to Brighton beach to capture the jubilation and despair shared by the crowds who gathered for the World Cup.
Forever tanned, forever cool, the master of the classic pop melody gave a masterclass in musical perfection at The Dome.
The Wedding Present's festival celebrates 10 years with Desperate Journalist, Salad and Helen And The Horns, plus a film premiere at the Duke Of York's.
Open air theatre in Brighton with Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. Accessible. Tight acting. Mythic set. Scottish Gaelic music. Beautifully enacted.
Theatre, storytelling, historical reconstruction and political education about Romany people's history and the racism Gypsies and Travellers face today.
Over a scorchingly hot weekend, the big names delighted while London's finest new jazz warriors took Love Supreme to a higher level.
With her classic 'lost' album finally released and an autobiography on the way, the soul legend spoke to SOURCE before her main stage set at Love Supreme.
New ice cream parlour Soft Republick champions self-expression using ice cream as a blank canvas.
They’re back at it again. Brighton’s deepest dubstep night returns to the Volks on Friday 3rd Aug powered by Sinai Sound System.
The Wave Pictures returned to Brighton on a two-fold mission to serve up some idiosyncratic blues rock while sampling the city's finest brown sauce.