The Clowwns debut album is a brilliant combination of post-punk and glam rock, like the New York Dolls or the Stooges if they’d grown up in rainy England. Listen here.
Dolly Rocket hosted a raucous night of music and entertainment, including a manic set from Arthur Brown, that raised over £2000 for the Nepal appeal.
There’s more to Brighton wildlife than seagulls – we’ve also got the biggest Elms in the world, the fastest bird and a cricket that eats human warts.
Hundreds of people gathered for flames and fireworks by the West Pier as Brighton Festival drew to a magical close.
If you don’t fancy another five years of what we’ve all just been through, it’s time to get to the polling station and have your voice heard.
Hand-scrawled signs and graffitied billboards, UKIP bike repairs and a pop-up hate campaign. Here’s what our photographers found when they went on the campaign trail.
We found the artist giddy with excitement ahead of her one night solo show this Friday at the Lick warehouse.
SICK! Festival kicks off today, with three weeks of thought-provoking events themed around the darker sides of life and death.
Explorative and imaginative art co-exists with stark medical images in Onca’s latest exhibition, ‘A Cancer Landscape.’
We chat to Brighton’s doom surfers ahead of their sort-of-homecoming show at DRILL festival.
There’s over a dozen festivals in Sussex this summer – from intimate gatherings on picturesque farms to rough and ready raves. Here’s our round-up of what your summer might look like.
The squatters who hoped to turn the old Barclays bank on Preston Circus into a community centre were evicted today – a few hours after SOURCE went to have a look around.
The SOURCE gets on the sauce… on a beer making course.
Ten of the best shows in Brighton Fringe, picked by the arts mastermind behind The Basement and The Warren.
We interviewed the director who spent eight years making a low-budget horror film on the streets of Brighton.
We chatted to the filmmaker, activist and promoter behind this month’s two-day punk festival at the Green Door Store.
A science festival, a zombie conference and a gaming convention all on the same few days. The geeks have got it good this weekend.
We chatted to the Brighton poet about this week’s Poets Vs MCs spoken word battle at the Concorde.
Hove artist captures the path of the sun over local landmarks in a set of stunning images exhibited at Redroaster.
One month on from the election we look at some of the grassroots groups in Brighton – for those who don’t want to wait another five years to get political.
We talk to the former seasiders’ guitarist Thomas Fisher about Berlin, Brighton and Albini.
Only recognise two bands on the line-up but going anyway? We listened to all 400 of them so you don’t have to.
A mini-festival put on by the city’s homeless community aims to give hope to those sleeping rough and inform those who are more lucky.
The South African singer has just released her debut album on Brighton’s Willkommen label. We chatted to her about being taken under the wing of the city’s folk scene.
Economical and eco-friendly: here’s an opportunity to improve Brighton by eating.
SOURCE writers cast their net wide for their favourite tracks of 2014, in a big year for Brighton music.