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British Sea Power | Brighton Source

British Sea Power tickets go on sale

British Sea Power are warming up for their anniversary tour at the Concorde this June.

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Get On With It | Green Door Store | Brighton Source

Get On With It Festival Review

Proving that punk isn’t dead the GDS hosted a weekend of DIY anarcho bands from back in the day alongside newer and local acts with a similar outlook, if not sound.

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Marc Almond, Tues 21st Apr

Living proof that you can’t keep a good man down, Marc Almond swerves the revival circuit to promote his dramatic new album.

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Base Fest, Fri 27th Mar

A mini-festival put on by the city’s homeless community aims to give hope to those sleeping rough and inform those who are more lucky.

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Jon Gomm, Tues 24th Mar

The guitar ace visits the Komedia to show off his extraordinary percussive acoustic style.

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Yuris Night | Green Door Store | Brighton Source

Yuri’s Night, Sat 11th April

An evening of space-inspired performances to celebrate more than half a century of human exploration of space.

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Kristin McClement Interview

The South African singer has just released her debut album on Brighton’s Willkommen label. We chatted to her about being taken under the wing of the city’s folk scene.

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Alex G/Krill Review

Alex G and Krill put on a mesmerising indie showcase at the Green Door Store

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John Doran, Fri 1st May

The Quietus editor reads extracts from his memoirs, accompanied by a live score

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Moon Duo Review

Moon Duo brought their hypnotic rhythms – now with live drums, to The Haunt on Thursday

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Big Green Comedy Gig | Theatre Royal | Brighton Source

Big Green Comedy Gig Review

Mark Steel headlined the Green Party’s brilliant benefit gig alongside a bill that included Robin Ince, Jeremy Hardy and Rob Newman.

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Enablers | Joker | Brighton Source

Enablers, Tues 31st Mar

Fronted by poet Pete Simonelli, San Francisco’s Enablers bring their hard-edged and shadowy rock tales to The Joker.

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Shrag | All Tomorrow's Parties | Brighton Source

Neate Photos, Until Thu 30th April

A two-pronged display featuring classic ATP bands and Brighton indie artists

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SeaBed EP Review

Locally Sourced EPs

Our round-up of new Brighton releases from Seadog, Cousin and Howls plus debut EPs from Kanzi, Krak Krak and Sea Bed.

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Dr John & The Nite Trippers Review

The night tripping Louisiana legend returned to town with a dazzling set of standards, originals and Satchmo classics.

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Spectres Review

Bristol’s Spectres exorcise some demons via the medium of indie rock at Sticky Mike’s.

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Zoe Cormier Review

The author’s lecture on the science of sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll left us wanting more all round.

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Forgotten Fields | Brighton Source | Mike Tudor

Forgotten Fields Festival Preview

A new intimate music festival and summer party within the beautiful Sussex countryside, with a focus on quality over quantity.

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The New Tabloids | Hope and Ruin | Brighton Source | Mike Tudor

The New Tabloids Review

Electro pop, jangling guitars, driving drum work and heartfelt lyrics make for an exciting album launch.

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Joe Orton

Joe Orton plays: What The Butler Saw and Loot

1960s enfant terrible playwright and public library botherer Joe Orton gets a back-to-back revival with two of his best loved plays.

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The New Tabloids | The Hope | Brighton Source

The New Tabloids, Thurs 2nd April

Your chance to catch a preview of the Brighton band’s debut album at their one-off live show at The Hope & Ruin.

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Amy Brown Interview

We found the artist giddy with excitement ahead of her one night solo show this Friday at the Lick warehouse.

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Alasdair Roberts Review

This intimate show in the revamped Hope & Ruin with one of Scotland’s finest troubadours was a real treat.

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Paul Light, Unsung Hero No.50

We chatted to the filmmaker, activist and promoter behind this month’s two-day punk festival at the Green Door Store.

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The Decemberists | Brighton Source

The Decemberists Review

It’s been over a decade since they last came to Brighton and four years since their last album. If that’s a long time in pop, it’s even longer in the world of literate folk rock.

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