The American post-hardcore band are headlining The Haunt this month with an explosive show you won’t want to miss.
Transnational dubstep legend Celt Islam and psy-breaks duo Broken Eye star at the third Temple Movement event from Twisted Frequencies.
Brighton has a new club. A great soundsystem, a dark room and long DJ sets. If you’re mourning Fabric, this could be your new home.
Relive the legendary nights of Wigan Casino with the DJ that started the allnighters and some of the stars of the scene performing live.
First wave of guests include DJ Pierre, Dave Clarke and Skream.
Ghosting Season, Pandr Eyez and Metronomy’s Olugbenga at Dive Slow.
New club night Forekast book Floating Points for their third night on at Concorde 2.
Ivy Lab is the new joint project of Sabre, Stay and Halogenix and, as you’d expect, this collaborative brainchild is pretty mixed up.
Busking big band The Swing Ninjas launch their third album of 30s dance sounds at tonight’s instalment of their weekly Mesmerist shindig.
The legendary hip hop collective People Under The Stairs return to the UK to share their charming suburban tales of summer laziness with the Brighton crowd.
UK techno hero James Ruskin comes to Patterns as promoters First Floor celebrate two years of events.
Northern Soul legends came to The Concorde 2 to get the Bank Holiday weekend off to a stomping start.
The Donky days are over. Well, for the Green Door Store.
Kasra and Enei top the bill for Critical Sound’s latest successful club night at Life
Grant Marshall, from the trip hop-defining Massive Attack, dons the decks at Concord 2.
Shadow Child coming straight from supporting Disclosure on their UK tour to man the decks at Audio.
They’ve conquered the world with their intense, noisy drum’n’bass anthems and now they’re back at the Concorde for this DJ set.
Where all her energy comes from we don’t know, but whatever she’s on – we want some.
Resident Rialto DJs spin vinyl-only techno sounds to raise funds for a local mental health charity across two floors of the old Gothic church.
Dave Mumbles’ annual Brighton Rumble has events scattered throughout Brighton this Bank Holiday, with the best in live rock ‘n’ roll bands plus top DJs.
DVS1 is the special guest at this birthday bash for the house and techno club night at Patterns.
Master hip hop turntablist with a tongue-in-cheek style, you must see DJ Yoda before you die.
Thomas Gandey AKA Caged Baby will pump J’Box at Smack with tech-house and minimal beats.
Bristol producer Redlight makes a welcome return visit to Supercharged this month, alongside Bondax and Karma Kid.
We’re not entirely certain we’d class mid-April as winter, but we’re still pleased to welcome the conclusion of Rinse’s four-month party to Brighton.
Accompanied by General ‘Incredible’ Levy and his ragga vocal talents, the Hot Wuk team, going from strenth to scorching strength are set to burn the bloody house down.