Great line up of two SOURCE cover stars and more, plus you don’t need a ticket and it’s all free.
Bleeding edge dance music meets bleeding heart neo-soul, Anushka are representing Brighton at TGE in style.
Tatty Seaside Town promoter Colin Wakefield celebrates 10 years of leftfield gigs with the TST.X festival.
A decade after releasing 6 Music listeners’ ninth favourite song ever, BSP return with their most accessible LP yet.
Brighton Science Festival director Richard Robinson talks to us about science, magic, religion and ukuleles.
We love Chris Floyd’s portraits, which is why were organising a bargain priced portrait session to tie in with his 140 Characters exhibition.
The Brighton Rockers are bad-ass. The coolest gang in town, they’re tougher and faster than you, and on rollerskates to boot.
Inconsiderate wankers have been ruining your special ‘moments’ for years and here’s your list of your worst offenders.
As Jim Stephenson explains, photo talks don’t necessarily need to be all about cameras.
What are the rules on talking? Is it OK to bring four beers back from the bar to your mates down the front? Where should tall people stand? What should and shouldn’t be allowed at gigs?
Ex Stompa Phunk boss took over Bagelman chain after running nightclubs like Audio and Coalition for many years.
Eddie The Goatboy’s building a new Brighton music scene at his Late Night Lingerie club.
We had a chat with Si and Matt from Don Broco just before their blistering show at the Haunt the other week.
Under the watchful eye of Promotions Manager Matt Bassant, Audio has become the place to see upcoming house DJs.
Never before have we had so many different artists voted for by our SOURCE writing team. So here’s the only chart of Brighton artists.
We judge Brighton’s leading comic artist: he dreads it.
For her third album Natasha Khan has stripped back her sound and her look to expose more of herself than ever.
Physics House Band play so hard you’re not sure if they’re going to break themselves, the sound barrier or your ears.
EDM? As anyone who was “largin’ it” in the 90s knows it’s simply called dance music. Here’s our pick of the artists who paved the way to Skrillex.
MC Cashback’s debut LP combines hip hop, humour and cooking lessons. And you know what? It’s great.
Everyone likes the idea of afrobeat but very few of us know where to start in this mysterious genre.
We caught up with Ed McRae from Your Demise just before their show at the Haunt earlier this month.
A decade after their last LP, Gene’s singer returns with a absolute masterpiece of piano of voice.
The best new Brighton band is Australian. Welcome Kins.
You don’t have to be a games fan to like sports films – they instantly add an element of excitement to the final scenes.
This year marks the 10th edition of Cinecity, the Brighton film festival. Co-director Tim Brown has been involved from the start.
As well as bringing hip hop’s greatest talents to Brighton, Tom Hines has supported dozens of aspiring rappers through workshops and onto the stage.