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We got a good dose of angsty and intelligent indie rock from the California duo at The Haunt last week.
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 next month.
Popular pub gets ripped apart and remade with a Eastern European film poster influence, losing its Front in the process.
Cult indie faves Surfer Blood remind us why they were so fun in the first place, at the Hope and Ruin.
Xiu Xiu transport us to the Black Lodge and back as they reimagine the Twin Peaks soundtrack in the Komedia basement.
Shechter’s back with another evening of innovative, immersive dance.
Brighton’s much-loved cephalopod oddballs have made an album. Buy a ticket and you can pick up your free copy on the door at the celebratory launch party.
What have Dara O Briain, Jeremy Hardy, Richard Herring and Frankie Boyle got in common?
One Inch Badge treat us to another winter weekender with a superb bill of hand-picked acts including Metz, Willis Earl Beal and the mighty Lightning Bolt.
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.
The expansive Canadian rockers bring some autumnal atmosphere to Sticky Mike’s.
Can Goodmoney vouchers inject £1m into the local economy by 2020? SOURCE went to the launch to find out how it works.
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.
The Donky days are over. Well, for the Green Door Store.
SOURCE heads to The Set to sample an ambitious four-course tasting menu. Gimmicky or worth the hype? Let’s find out.
A new pop-up store opens this week housing a range of designers not seen before in the city.
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