It was always a good venue, but The Hope had lost its sass in recent years. Well, it’s back as The Hope & Ruin and going to make your eyes fall out.
We chatted to the Brighton poet about this week’s Poets Vs MCs spoken word battle at the Concorde.
Local disco heroes Transformer talk us through the making of their new EP, ‘Feel The Beast.’
90s acid house king DJ Pierre on doing business in Chicago pet shops, playing clarinet in a marching band, and his other influences.
Cinecity’s gem for 2013 was this tender portrait of a Brighton one-off by former SOURCE photographer Toby Amies.
Dylan Nyoukis is chief “talent sniffer” for Colour Out Of Space, Brighton’s festival of experimental sound.
Even for Brighton’s most successful comedian, Seann Walsh is having a spectacular time of it lately.
The Wytches are nowhere near as dark as their music and press suggest. They’re actually a lot of fun.
Jim Mitchell runs Over The Moon festival, which pops up every September in the Sussex countryside.
Post-garage krautrock trio will lock you in the groove until you grin from ear to ear. They’re seriously good.
SOURCE writers cast their net wide for their favourite tracks of 2014, in a big year for Brighton music.
Stuart Braithwate of legendary Scottish post-rock group Mogwai took time for a quick chat with us before playing an accoustic show in Hull.
The White Stripes meets The Flight Of The Conchords – what’s not to like? The best mock’n'roll band at Brighton Fringe.
It’s been a great year for local music. Here’s our writers to guide you through the best Brighton tracks of 2013.
Are they a pop group? A dance duo? An indie band? Yes, IYES are pretty much all these, and more.
Huge music lovers, who better to kick of our new self-explanatory series, All Time Top Ten than Jordan and Harvey?
We chatted to the producer and curator for TEDxBrighton about the event she’s putting on at the Corn Exchange this month.
Brighton’s not without its pitfalls but damn we love this place, so here’s our annual look at the city.
We chat to Brighton’s doom surfers ahead of their sort-of-homecoming show at DRILL festival.
In conversation with Supernormal festival and some of the Brighton performers on this year’s bill: Sarah Angliss, Mary Hampton, Slum Of Legs and Speak Galactic.
Cassetteboy have escaped YouTube and are coming to the real world – live at The Spiegeltent for nonsense and madness.
2013 has seen the rise of the resident DJ. Charles Green, Neal Schtumm and Pablo Contraband have helped Audio define house music this year.
It’s easy to think that computer games are made ‘over there’ somewhere but actually Brighton has got a really strong industry.
Here’s some of the shots we took over summer of cool looking Brighton folk.
Most rom-coms want to make you kill everyone in love, but here’s six that you’d take home to meet your mum.
Brighton musicians are broke. So rather than taking to the street begging, many people take to the streets to entertain.