Coyness gave way to stunning pop perfection when the Norwegian ice queen cast her spell over The Haunt last week.
We visit the vegan tapas treasure trove Rootcandi to see if it lives up to its big brother and Brighton veggie institution, Iydea.
In an era where flawless yet soulless electronica seems to dominate the airwaves, thank fvck for Peaches.
Glasgow trio Chvrches bring the beats on second album ‘Every Open Eye’, combining synth-pop, rave and emo to mighty effect.
Kurt Vile and The Violators returned to the Concorde almost two years since their last show in Brighton.
One Inch Badge treat us to another winter weekender with a superb bill of hand-picked acts including Metz, Willis Earl Beal and the mighty Lightning Bolt.
Oh Captain! offer something different and exciting. We were instantly struck by their energy on stage and the ferocity of their live performance.
The Treason Show’s Mark Brailsford revisits the songs from his 2012 Muesli Mountain musical – with added People’s Republic of Brighton & Hove anthems.
Benjamin Clementine returns to Brighton on Dec 3rd to promote his outstanding album ‘At Least For Now’ in the enchanting surroundings of St George’s Church.
The CD may not have been ready but Octopuses certainly were – and enlisted some friends to help get the launch party started.
The dance music producer and ‘found sound’ composer treated Brighton to a night of upbeat house and the odd toilet roll sample.
Brighton’s finest indie rock experimenters prepare to astound the Hope and Ruin with sonically diverse sounds.
Mercury Rev came to the intimate subterranean space of the Komedia to perform songs from their latest album, supported by the charming Nicole Atkins. We were there with a camera.
Get your glitz on at a new party pop-up shop at No Walls Gallery – open for one week only.
Jazzy and stylish as ever, the Brighton hip hop group returned from a year of touring to play a buzzing homeshow with FSandHG and Written In Waters at the Dome.
Our round-up of new Brighton music – including releases from The Island Club, True Noir, Tigercub, Max Pope, and Ingrid Plum.
Has gay gone away? We spoke to Pride veteran and local DJ Kate Wildblood about clubbing, campaigning and her time as an honorary gay man.
A wave of industry buzz has swept the Irish singer songwriter into bigger and bigger venues, but can the 19-year-old make it work at the Concorde2?
We went to try out a new immersive team game set in a spooky period parlour above a pub. Will we bag the booze or end up trapped in dark room with a scary rabbit?
The trainspotting poet and friends champion rail nationalisation at the Green Door Store.
Some Sussex Uni students have designed, built and started manufacturing an old-school 5×4 camera with modern features. We sent two of our geekiest photographers to their Hove studio to try it out.
The do-it-yourself DJ night returns for a special one-off at The Joker to tie in with the UN campaign to end violence against women.
Silent Hill Live promised a haunting, intense night of music from composer Akira Yamaoka, but it failed to deliver.
We went to the bustling Hove restaurant MARKET to sample their take on the small plate trend.
On only the second date of her world tour, Joanna Newsom cast a spell over the Brighton Dome with a magical, career-spanning show.
Loud, orchestral and fierce; but have the post rockers lost their forte of challenging the accepted?