The American post-hardcore band are headlining The Haunt this month with an explosive show you won’t want to miss.
Who needs a science festival? We chat to Festival Director Richard Robinson about the importance and delights of listening to experts in a world of ignorance.
We caught up with controversial freestyler Gramski ahead of his last appearance at the annual Poets Vs MCs spoken word battle at the Concorde.
As the dark days drew in during November, Oleg Pulemjotov was out shooting this set of enigmatic Brighton shopfronts. Your local shop has never looked so scenic – or sinister.
As Brighton legends Sons of Noel and Adrian release their third album Brighton Source speak to lead son Jacob Richardson about what makes them tick.
Local snapper Xavier Clarke took on the Street Source challenge during October, capturing overcast skies, buskers and some impressive Halloweeners.
As the Summer gave way to Autumn, local photographer Sarah Caust shot this set of gorgeous photos depicting empty streets and open skies in and above Brighton.
Porridge Radio are one of the most fun bands in town and have just released a superb debut album. We spoke to lead-singer Dana about what makes her tick…
Previously unseen photos of David Bowie came to Brighton for a sold out exhibition.
Brighton Photo Biennial takes place across the city throughout October 2016. Shantrelle P Lewis’s The Dandy Lion Project, which explores and redefines African identity, is a highlight.
January is a cold and terrible month. Nevertheless, our photographer was out on the streets, grappling with the fog and ice, to bring you another edition of Street Source.
We look back at twelve of the most interesting Brighton gigs we covered last year. These are the ones that stayed with us, often for very different reasons.
Brighton theatre 88 London Road – formerly The Emporium – is due to close in early 2017. Artistic Director, James Weisz, tells us what comes next.
Brighton has a new club. A great soundsystem, a dark room and long DJ sets. If you’re mourning Fabric, this could be your new home.
We spoke to the owner of this fantastic new studio in the heart of Brighton, where the emphasis is on healthy working and lots and lots of light.
We met Mantras and Of Empires ahead of Party at the Races to discover the best local bands, if NME’s lost it, and how to get a pub partying using glowsticks.
We speak to the Brighton campaigner who wants to set the record and promote marine conservation by getting his kit off. Will you join him?
Part six of our Street Source photography series saw sunny Brighton in the mood to party – with parades through town, a bit of footy and some rock’n’roll. Photos by Ashley Laurence.
As singles club Flying Vinyl releases its 100th 7″ we interview founder Craig Evans and highlight the Brighton bands it’s given a helping hand to so far.
How do you photograph a city during Christmas without resorting to pictures of fairy lights? Here’s how December in Brighton looked through the lens of local snapper Gili Dailes.
We spoke to Jim Jones about politics, piano players and people power ahead of his return to Brighton in December.
We spoke to soul hip hop group Normanton Street about surviving and succeeding as a live band as they prepare for their Concorde2 show this week.
The Rose Hill Tavern hosts a zine fair this month celebrating self-publishing and raising funds for migrant groups. We chatted to the organisers about the power of paper.
We spoke to one of the directors of Brighton’s newest theatre company to hear about their plans to give the city a shot of affordable and subversive drama.
Tour photographer Denis O’Regan came to Portslade to speak about his exhibition of candid David Bowie portraits.
Virtual reality and gaming comes to Hove’s Old Market as part of the Brighton Digital Festival this month. We chatted to the venue manager to find out what all the fuss was about.