Great line up of two SOURCE cover stars and more, plus you don’t need a ticket and it’s all free.
Aiden Grimshaw went AWOL from the celebrity circuit after X Factor, until being snapped up by RCA Records earlier this year.
Pete Kember’s Spectrum return to Brighton for a sonically and visually rich evening of hypnotic psychedelia.
Inspiral Carpets have reunited with original vocalist Stephen Holt for a tour of hits and new material.
Suited lovers of the sweeping pop epic Sweet Sweet Lies headline this month’s SOURCE showcase.
Futures postponed their tour after setting up their own label, Indigo. Will this decision pay off? Pop along and see.
Witness the UK debut of Orca Team’s sparse beach party pop, alongside Cardiff’s Joanna Gruesome.
This Canadian solo artist is something of a music machine, with at least six albums in the last couple of years.
Described as sounding like Jerry Lee Lewis playing with The Faces, Brooklyn’s Hans Chew returns to Brighton with a hatful of new songs.
Haven’t got a Great Escape wristband? Well, you can still enjoy some amazing bands as part of the Fringe version of TGE. Most events are free too.
Euros Childs is back in Brighton this week, playing to his charming glam-rock strengths once more.
We were pretty excited about this gig, and then One Inch Badge made it free. Now we’re beside ourselves.
For many, ‘that Sunday feeling’ revolves around laziness, but this rock quartet’s cheery disposition should keep your weekend on a high.
Jimmy Pursey’s back on board so lace up your Docs and get down the front. No gobbing though, please.
Last seen in Brighton at The Great Escape festival, Southampton’s answer to Thrice return to the city as headliners.
Otis Gibbs makes a welcome return to town, complete with a whole bunch of new songs from his latest album.
The best idea we’ve heard in ages, Todd Jordan’s Bizarro World is a mini Stars In Their Eyes for bands.
This two-nighter features local acts drawn from three specific indie genres; tweecore, dark cabaret and folk punk
A long-awaited return for Canada’s electronic pop specialists Junior Boys’ beautifully produced songs.
This show, promoting the ‘Maraqopa’ album, is an intimate one by Jurado’s standards.
If you like your guitar pop whiplash smart and sugary sweet, get down to this Teen Creeps show.
He’s a funny, compelling storyteller, providing a poignant history lesson along with the cornball hokum.
He’s best known for a song about tea. Intrigued? Sorry, EVENT CANCELLED.
Kate Nash has got a new riot grrl direction and a bindi. It’s all change, just don’t expect to hear ‘Foundations’
Krautrock legend brings his Never Ending Tour to Brighton for an improvised set with local musicians.
If you’re going to the Great Escape this weekend you’ll want to know which are the good bands first. Our writers will fill you in with this huge guide.