In-depth articles about what’s happening in Brighton and interviews with the weird and wonderful people who live here.
We speak to the man behind the Trojan Records 50 year celebration show.
Local photographer Gili Dailes took a low-tech waterproof camera into the sea to capture a different perspective of Brighton beach.
We went to Brighton Pride and watched the parade. We took photographs, lots of them. Of course we did. Share the joy with us.
We spoke to the Brighton-based Anglo-French indie duo about madness, the moon and their new EP - with a premiere of new video 'Dance With The Light'.
Local photographer Pete Boyd took his camera to Brighton beach to capture the jubilation and despair shared by the crowds who gathered for the World Cup.
With her classic 'lost' album finally released and an autobiography on the way, the soul legend spoke to SOURCE before her main stage set at Love Supreme.
Mr Jukes' God First album was a funked-up bolt from the blue last year. We chatted to him ahead of his appearance at next month's Love Supreme Festival.
Carleen Anderson took time out from her busy schedule to answer some questions about her career, Brighton and her new show in this year's festival.
Mister Adam reckons he's an online sensation. We interviewed him so he'd stop pestering us.
Local photographer Xavier Clarke captures the sights and sounds of a busy day in Brighton, including the buskers and street performers who liven up the city.
Former Cocteau Twin and Bella Union label boss chats about the music biz and his new band Lost Horizons.
Courtney Marie Andrews plays Brighton Komedia on April 23rd. Brighton Source spoke to her ahead of the release of her latest album of smart and tender Americana - 'May Your Kindness Remain'.
As rising pop stars Fickle Friends prepare to release their debut album, with two Brighton gigs on the same day, singer Natti Shiner chatted to SOURCE about her love of the city, faceless girls and cassette tapes.
Jazz FM vocalist of 2018 nominee Zara McFarlane took time out from her UK tour to speak to Brighton Source ahead of her gig at The Komedia.
Photographer Ashley Laurence set out to discover the 'bright' in Brighton, reflecting February's bold winter sunshine in this month's Street Source.
Photographer Francesca Moore considers the environmental impact of Christmas with a document of Brighton & Hove's Christmas tree recycling points for the series 'Twelfth Night'.
Find out the story behind the Angel of Brighton, the latest in a long line of spectacular street art.
Photographer Jon Southcoasting takes a whirl around the often lesser-known neighbourhood of Whitehawk.
As winter kicks in with a vengeance, a network of local people are trying to share some warmth with the city's rough sleepers - with help from local companies.
A spooky, nocturnal world inhabited only by street signs - Oleg Pulemjotov's photographs give a strange beauty to the things you see, or maybe don't, on Brighton roads every day.
The Burning Hell packed out the Prince Albert last month. Brighton Source spoke to band leader Mathias Kom about truth and the apocalypse.
A lot of people with learning disabilities have to end their night outs at 9pm. Gig Buddies is helping them to stay up late. Paul Richards told us how.
A new show at Brighton Museum re-evaluates the career of twentieth century artist Gluck, a pioneer of gender fluidity.
Brighton's Christmas Open Houses returns next week. We've selected six must-see venues from around the city.
Photographer Jo Higgs was out and about at Brighton gigs in October, pointing her camera anywhere but at the stage.