Chelsea Wolfe returns to Brighton to envelope attendees in an eerie fog of dreamlike vocals at the aptly named Haunt.
If you want real old school cool look no further than Swingin’ Dick’s 78 Social and Shellac Shakers.
A long lost Brighton music venue has reopened in a new guise. We stuck our head in the Richmond Bar to find out why it’s carrying the torch for a venue that closed twenty years ago.
The Guardian music writer and broadcaster came to Brighton Dome’s International Women’s Day celebration to talk about the fear and freedom of travelling alone.
January is a cold and terrible month. Nevertheless, our photographer was out on the streets, grappling with the fog and ice, to bring you another edition of Street Source.
Who needs a science festival? We chat to Festival Director Richard Robinson about the importance and delights of listening to experts in a world of ignorance.
As the dark days drew in during November, Oleg Pulemjotov was out shooting this set of enigmatic Brighton shopfronts. Your local shop has never looked so scenic – or sinister.
As Brighton legends Sons of Noel and Adrian release their third album Brighton Source speak to lead son Jacob Richardson about what makes them tick.
Local snapper Xavier Clarke took on the Street Source challenge during October, capturing overcast skies, buskers and some impressive Halloweeners.
As the Summer gave way to Autumn, local photographer Sarah Caust shot this set of gorgeous photos depicting empty streets and open skies in and above Brighton.
Badgers and superheroes took part in the celebration that was this year’s Brighton Marathon. We went to take a look – and found it’s not as painful as you might imagine.
After noticing that the best photos from the i360 were those looking directly down, our Street Source photographer decided to document the controversial tower with shots of the floor.
February is when the nights get lighter and spring shows its face. Between the wind and storms local photographer Mike Tudor took to the streets at night with his camera.
As singles club Flying Vinyl releases its 100th 7″ we interview founder Craig Evans and highlight the Brighton bands it’s given a helping hand to so far.
We look back at twelve of the most interesting Brighton gigs we covered last year. These are the ones that stayed with us, often for very different reasons.
Brighton theatre 88 London Road – formerly The Emporium – is due to close in early 2017. Artistic Director, James Weisz, tells us what comes next.
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.
We spoke to the owner of this fantastic new studio in the heart of Brighton, where the emphasis is on healthy working and lots and lots of light.
As The Great Escape approaches we prise open the latest Now That’s What I Call Music! album and ask, “Are the charts really dead?”
Ahead of her gig at the Green Door Store on 12th April, the former Stereolab singer talks to us about politics, Einstein, Brighton and her new band… which she probably didn’t name after this website.
We spoke to Brighton rapper Bobbie Johnson about her new EP and supporting Rag ‘N’ Bone Man on tour.
We caught up with controversial freestyler Gramski ahead of his last appearance at the annual Poets Vs MCs spoken word battle at the Concorde.
How do you photograph a city during Christmas without resorting to pictures of fairy lights? Here’s how December in Brighton looked through the lens of local snapper Gili Dailes.
We spoke to Jim Jones about politics, piano players and people power ahead of his return to Brighton in December.
We spoke to soul hip hop group Normanton Street about surviving and succeeding as a live band as they prepare for their Concorde2 show this week.
The Rose Hill Tavern hosts a zine fair this month celebrating self-publishing and raising funds for migrant groups. We chatted to the organisers about the power of paper.