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Two Welsh pop juggernauts are coming to Brighton’s Basement at an unmissable ‘buy one get one free’ deal.
Frat punks Surfer Blood are bringing the Florida sun to Brighton in October supporting new album 1000 Palms.
Nordic princess of pop Susanne Sundfør returns to cast her sonic spell over Brighton in October.
David Gedge’s Bank Holiday shindig returns with a strong line up including The Nightingales and an early peek at Jake Shillingford’s reformed My Life Story.
Patterns presents the Scouse house DJ who changed his name and caught the ear of Annie Mac.
After being forced to take a year off, The Beautiful Word bounced back at the Albert last week with a change of name and an all-new set.
It’s about time Brighton had its own proper music festival. Enter TTP – by the people for the people.
In the week following Pride we caught some improvised street performance on the seafront with a LGBTQ angle.
Kompact label boss Michael Mayer plays for four hours at Patterns for his Brighton debut.
Maximo Park’s frontman presents his new solo album ahead of the band’s tenth anniversary tour.
Sampling the buzz at London Road’s new Neapolitan-style pizzeria.
The Raving Beauties release a gorgeous collection of West-Coast influenced jangle-guitar pop on local At The Helm label.
The Clowwns debut album is a brilliant combination of post-punk and glam rock, like the New York Dolls or the Stooges if they’d grown up in rainy England. Listen here.
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.
The Donky days are over. Well, for the Green Door Store.
We sent Eleni Mettyear, one of our favourite young Brighton photographers round the city’s men’s clothes shops.
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