Great line up of two SOURCE cover stars and more, plus you don’t need a ticket and it’s all free.
The Frank And Walters have been plying their quirky mix of droll lyrics and upbeat poppy guitar riffs for more than 20 years.
Sea Of Bees, heralding from Sacramento, give that rare feeling that someone is sharing their breaking heart right in front of you.
In 1988, pop conceptualists The Pooh Sticks burst onto the independent scene in a whirlwind of cartoon identities and musical in-jokes.
Graham Coxon’s fans include Noel Gallagher, who called him “the most gifted guitarist of his generation.”
Last seen in Brighton supporting the mighty Swans, James Blackshaw returns for a headline show in support of his stunning new album.
Forget that this quartet is known to make masterful remixes of the likes of Metronomy, Everything Everything and Marina & The Diamonds.
Unless you have friggatriskaidekaphobia, your excuse for missing out on We Are The In Crowd’s Brighton gig is invalid.
Breton finally released their ‘Other People’s Problems’, painting soundscapes of electronics soaked in ambient introspection.
Enjoy the heart and passion of street busk jazz, without your nether bits contracting frostbite.
It’s hard to put to words the privilege that our fair city has of hosting the great Daniel Johnston in one of our most prestigious buildings.
The Black Twig Pickers are the real deal – a good time bluegrass trio from Virginia with banjo, fiddles, boards and bones kicking up storm.
If Donnie Darko writer/director Richard Kelly turned his hand to music then it may well turn out something akin to this Danish artist.
Despite their absence from next-big-thing prediction lists at the beginning of the year, Lonsdale Boys Club are making their own waves.
If The Dillinger Escape Plan’s sound don’t knock you off your feet then I’m sure somebody close by in the crowd will be happy to assist.
The Arch post-punkers have been flickering on and off since the London art school melee that birthed Adam & The Ants.
RatBag sing their hearts out, accompanied by drums, bass, guitars and accordion. This cheery, foot-stomping couldn’t find a better home than Brighton.
Off the back of their lauded debut Little Comets have packed up the pots and pans of their ‘kitchen sink indie’ and are back on the road.
This month’s SOURCE showcase peaks with a stratospheric headline appearance from post-rock quartet Monsters Build Mean Robots.
The Punx Picnic returns this April to raise money for Brighton Anti-Fascists, Hunt Saboteurs Association and other worthy causes.
Tribes have taken critics and fans by storm, with Zane Lowe calling their song ‘We Were Children’ “the hottest record in the world”.
The term ‘multi-instrumentalist’ has never been so accurately utilised than when describing the Portland-based solo artist, Luke Wyland.
In the long and winding history of Mancunian survivors The Fall, Factory Star frontman Martin Bramah’s presence is crucial.
On what seems like a rather fitting date for a Satanic folk band, Ancient VVisdom open their first ever UK tour here in Brighton.
A mix of witty and personal lyrics, catchy toe tapping tunes, and heartfelt, indie, folk ballads make Amity a fresh talent on the scene.
As word spreads of Architects’ ‘Daybreaker’, to be released May 28th, fans at Concorde 2 get to get a sneak preview of the new material.