Is This Guy The Next Brighton YouTube Star?

Mister Adam is a Brighton YouTuber dispensing nuggets of local history to the kids. He also believes he’s an online sensation. We interviewed him so he’d stop pestering us.

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Sunflower Bean Review

Brooklyn rockers Sunflower Bean have skipped the second album syndrome and came to Concorde 2 with a performance that left us excited for the next phase of the band.

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Burt Bacharach, Monday 9th July

You name it, he probably wrote it. The master of the classic pop song makes a rare appearance to perform his legendary songbook.

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Bad Pond Festival, 27th-28th April

From math-rock to dream-pop, get a free taste of upcoming of Bad Pond Festival with this twenty-two track sampler.

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A Certain Ratio Review

The band who put the funk in Manchester post-punk, A Certain Ratio made a long-awaited return to Brighton with a career-spanning anniversary show.

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20 years of music with Melting Vinyl

Anna Moulson’s Melting Vinyl have been putting on gigs in Brighton for twenty years. Brighton Source was in attendance for their celebratory night of extrordinary local music.

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Captain SKA: Protest Party, Sun 22nd April

Captain Ska present their infectious dance sounds, infused with a little bit of politics, to ACCA. Bring an open mind and dancing shoes.

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Fickle Friends Photos

Fickle Friends celebrated the release of their debut album ‘You Are Someone Else’ with a sold out homecoming show at Concorde2. Photographer Gili Dailes got back with the photos.

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Belle and Sebastian Review

The Scottish indie band reminded us how far they’ve come since the 90s at Brighton Dome with a rich mix of music, audience involvement and loads of dancing.

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Afriquoi Review

Despite being short and sweet, Afriquoi created a fun, infectious atmosphere with a sound unlike any other.

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Cosmic Pizza Lifts Off At The West Hill Tavern

We sample the West Hill’s newly-landed range of spaced-out pizza pies

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Metamorphosis Review

This is Kafka’s Metamorphosis from the women’s perspective. Classic writing, exquisite acting and a spellbound audience. It’s great theatre.

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Pink Glove, Sat 5th May

Dalston’s queer indie disco Pink Glove invites the common people to unite and take over Komedia in May.

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Interview with Simon Raymonde of Lost Horizons and Bella Union records

Brighton Source spoke to Lost Horizons lead, former Cocteau Twin and Bella Union record label boss Simon Raymonde about the band, the making of their album ‘Ojalá’ and how to make it in the music business these days

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George FitzGerald Review

A spine-tingling live show at The Haunt from an electronic producer at the top of his game.

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A Pro Of Nothing Review

A showcase of short drama from Andrew Allen at Cast Iron Theatre. Comedy and tragedy. Pinteresque. Made in Brighton.

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Lue, Mon 2nd April

Promising local singer songwriter Lue plays her first show with a full band, bringing a richer version of her dreamy ambient folk to the Hope and Ruin.

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Street Source No.25

Local photographer Xavier Clarke captures the sights and sounds of a busy day in Brighton, including some of the many buskers and street performers who liven up the city centre.

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Shonen Knife Review

They came, they rocked, they made us hungry. Shonen Knife played a storming set which saw the Yamano sisters reunited.

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Chris Watson | No Man's Land

No Man’s Land Review

We went for an underwater adventure with Chris Watson at ACCA – an audio celebration of the sounds, rhythms and music of the world’s seas and oceans.

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Brighton Tap Takeover, 27th – 29th April

Over a hundred beers from pale ales to porters, from eighteen breweries, over fifteen city-centre pubs. We’re pretty sure this adds up to a good time.

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The Handsome Family Review

Laughing in the face of death, murder and suicide, The Handsome Family celebrated the 20th anniversary of gloomy masterpiece ‘Through The Trees’ with a seriously fun show at St George’s Church.

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Amp Fiddler Review

With a show that didn’t quite fit the venue, Detroit’s Amp Fiddler took us to church.

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Warsaw Radio Review

Brighton-based folk rockers Warsaw Radio played a packed show at the Green Door Store following the release of a debut album that’s quickly gathering plays on BBC airwaves.

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Tune-Yards Review

Multi-instrumentalist Merrill Garbus came to the Attenborough Centre last week for a rare Brighton appearance in support of acclaimed new album ‘I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life’.

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