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Punk Rock royalty The Damned have booked The Dome to celebrate their 40th anniversary with a gig featuring their first album played in full plus a greatest hits set.
The master of horror chose Brighton to make his UK concert debut. We were very brave and went along to see him in action.
Lou Rhodes (Lamb) brings her excellent solo pastoral folk songs to Patterns on Sunday. Support is Such Small Hands.
Haley Bonar kicked off her UK tour at Brighton and SOURCE was there to capture an excellent gig.
The Brooklyn-born singer/songwriter treats the Komedia Studio Bar audience to an intimate acoustic set of powerful and politically driven songs.
UK soul icon Omar came to St. Mary’s Church in the first of a new series of ‘Take Me To Church’ sessions.
San Francisco-based art rock band The Tubes returned to the UK to showcase their theatrical quasi-pornographic and artistic take on consumerism and politics.
Aussie rockers proud of their Britpop influences return to play The Old Market.
Loyle Carner celebrated his 21st birthday at a sold out Concorde 2 by doing what he does best: confessional, heartfelt hip hop.
Party At The Races was like Butlins on acid with a DJ set from Basement Jaxx and a stage of live local talent.
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.
Scottish indie duo Honeyblood came to Patterns for a set of killer hooks and crunchy riffs from the band’s new album.
Rising alt-folkers Hetton play a launch gig at the Green Door Store alongside Polly Money and Yazmyn Hendrix.
Northern Soul legends came to The Concorde 2 to get the Bank Holiday weekend off to a stomping start.
We visited FIELD Brighton, an entrepreneurial start-up space on Lewes Road, where we sampled a tipple or two at a little-known brewery with a difference.
Get your glitz on at a new party pop-up shop at No Walls Gallery – open for one week only.
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