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Seun Kuti showed many of his late father’s traits at the Concorde 2 but proved he is very much his own man. Superb support came courtesy of Lakuta.
Legendary underground artist and Throbbing Gristle member comes to town for a chat about her extraordinary life and work.
Dizraeli played The Old Market as part of his Leroy Merlin tour, supported by Spoken Herd members and Yazmyn Hendrix.
Rag’n’Bone Man and Slaves headline the most ambitious Great Escape yet.
Dutch Uncles brought their uplifting upbeat sounds to The Haunt for their tour of new studio release ‘Big Balloon’.
Staff picketed Duke of York’s on Saturday following strikes at four other cinemas in a dispute over pay and wonky tills.
Ahead of her gig at the Green Door Store on 12th April, the former Stereolab singer talks to us about politics, Einstein, Brighton and her new band… which she probably didn’t name after this website.
Danny Green’s Laish returned to Brighton for a memorable, magical and moving gig. Brighton Source was there with a camera.
The Guardian music writer and broadcaster came to Brighton Dome’s International Women’s Day celebration to talk about the fear and freedom of travelling alone.
Manchester’s favourite punk band are back to promote their new EP, which features a collaboration with none other than Iggy Pop.
Laura Marling played the Brighton Dome on Thursday night. Brighton Source was there to capture the magic.
A night of instrumental post-rock, riff-heavy psychedelia and post-punk with three live bands upstairs at the Pav Tav.
Neon’s spring 2017 party at Volks hosts international psy-trance icon Avalon for a night of psychedelic trance, techno and breaks across two rooms.
From aperitifs to antipasti, we visit Brighton’s latest Italian bar and kitchen to see what all the fuss is about.
Get your glitz on at a new party pop-up shop at No Walls Gallery – open for one week only.
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