Rising alt-folkers Hetton play a launch gig at the Green Door Store alongside Polly Money and Yazmyn Hendrix.
We’ve got tickets to give away for the screening of a new documentary feature showcasing songs from Nick Cave And The Bad Seed’s forthcoming album.
After a year’s hiatus the experimental music festival returns to Newhaven Fort for a day of free jazz, sound art and pure noise.
Even the sun came out for Pride, turning Brighton into a huge celebration of positivity and acceptance. We sent out two photographers to capture the sights.
We get crushed, fermented, aged in oak and various other euphemisms at a wine tasting in Seven Dials.
While ‘Boy King’ may not be to everyone’s taste, diehard fans will appreciate Wild Beasts evolving sound.
Yet another all-vegan cafe has popped up, not a stone’s throw from Preston Park. Whether it’s a quick sandwich, caffeine hit or a hearty meal you’re after, this cafe has it all.
The queen of the loop pedal is coming to transform the Komedia into an echoing, interstellar wonderland.
Brooklyn grunge-gazers announce a rescheduled date at Concorde2 in September .
Does seafront burger joint Stock Burger deserve a place in Brighton’s restaurant hall of fame? We did the burger-eating research for you to find out.
The future pays the city a visit next month. Expect virtual reality, Pokémon hacking, dancing drones and friendly lamp posts.
Psychobilly fans get two chances to see the Death Valley Surfers over the next couple of weeks. Shirts optional.
Boundary Festival replaces Shakedown at Stanmer Park, with four stages hosted by Brighton clubs and Mixmag.
Francesca Moore documents a sleepless night in Brighton, with long exposures, during July 2016 for Street Source No.5
Relive the legendary nights of Wigan Casino with the DJ that started the allnighters and some of the stars of the scene performing live.
Hundreds of yoginis and curious types gathered for the third annual Brighton Yoga Festival, now at The Corn Exchange.
Asian Dub Foundation return with some founding members – strap yourselves in for the full force of their live show.
We chatted to the director of ‘Love And Information’ – a funny and poignant play about relationships and technology showing this week at Brighton’s New Venture Theatre.
“Catching up all a fire” at Concorde 2, Julian ‘Ju Ju’ Marley brought a touch of Marley magic to Brighton.
The industrial metalheads stopped off at Brighton for a pre-Bloodstock warm-up show, proving they can still stoke the fires of metal fandom after nearly thirty years.
We visited FIELD Brighton, an entrepreneurial start-up space on Lewes Road, where we sampled a tipple or two at a little-known brewery with a difference.
Indie’s youngest veteran returns to Brighton with his finest set of solo songs yet.
One half of Rizzle Kicks, Jordan Stephens’ new project Wildhood brought a confident and varied set showcasing their experimental debut EP ‘Vert’.
The Beach Boys’ founder Brian Wilson and Suede will headline Together The People festival in Preston Park this summer.
Another new festival rides into town on October 1st, promising ‘day-time dancing and night-time clubbing’ alongside a local music stage hosted by Brighton Source.
The Duke Of Norfolk is dead. The Revelator took it into the swamps and killed it, then arranged some sticks by the body.