Coyness gave way to stunning pop perfection when the Norwegian ice queen cast her spell over The Haunt last week.
We went to try out a new immersive team game set in a spooky period parlour above a pub. Will we bag the booze or end up trapped in dark room with a scary rabbit?
Has gay gone away? We spoke to Pride veteran and local DJ Kate Wildblood about clubbing, campaigning and her time as an honorary gay man.
Tacky anachronism or evocative heritage? Here’s a selection of some of the great photographs of British piers now exhibiting at Brighton Museum.
Our round-up of new Brighton music – including releases from Glass Sines, Warsaw Radio, Idle Talk and Two Jackals.
We spoke to the man behind Pop-Up Brighton about how he’s bringing innovative, interactive and inexpensive art to the city.
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.
Some Sussex Uni students have designed, built and started manufacturing an old-school 5×4 camera with modern features. We sent two of our geekiest photographers to their Hove studio to try it out.
Our round-up of new Brighton music – including releases from Luo, Demob Happy, Matt Finucane, Octopuses, and High Tyde.
We caught up with Albert Hammond, Jr. for a chat about The Strokes, his new solo record and the current tour that comes to Brighton this month.
With Brighton Digital Festival humming in the background, we spoke to one of the city’s original web pioneers about how he started in the 90s and how Brighton might be losing its edge.
The notorious Brighton band split up after 20 years of failure, disappointment and hilarious comedy punk.
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.
Our round-up of new Brighton music – including releases from The Island Club, True Noir, Tigercub, Max Pope, and Ingrid Plum.
After a brief hiatus, local poetic rockers The Indelicates return with a new album and several side projects including a kids’ puppet show and a biblical musical.
In the first of a new series for SOURCE we sent a photographer out and about in Brighton looking for ten images that caught his eye – he came back with a beautiful set of black and white pics of doleful dogs, groups of skaters and a lost Spanish pilgrim.
We spoke to the Brighton soul singer and rapper about playing Glastonbury, working with DJ Premier and putting on a special curated show at the Concorde later this month.
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.