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.
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Talks, debates, hardware, demonstrations, gigs, clubs, and repeat.
We’re hosting a live show from Totally Radio’s pop-up radio studio on May 14th.
Chaka Khan and Van Morrison among the first acts announced for this year’s local jazz festival.
Celebrating ten years of proving there’s more to science than men with lab coats and beards, BSF returns with a month-long programme of live experiments, talks and comedy.
It was always a good venue, but The Hope had lost its sass in recent years. Well, it’s back as The Hope & Ruin and going to make your eyes fall out.
Zane Lowe DJs at the opening night of Pryzm, the megaclub formerly known as Oceana.
Full festival bill of 400 acts confirmed, with Dome show for Example.
Wild Beasts for Dome show and dozens more added to festival bill.
Fancy £500 to put towards your event at Brighton Digital Festival?
A bar based around Brighton vinyl culture, with eight super craft beers and serious pizza? We just died and went to heaven.
Oyster-shucking, herb-infusing, beef-grilling, chilli-challenging, beer-guzzling: spend your bank holiday embracing your inner glutton at Hove Lawns.
Explorative and imaginative art co-exists with stark medical images in Onca’s latest exhibition, ‘A Cancer Landscape.’
The Great Escape announces the first 150 bands of its 10th anniversary festival, with Alabama Shakes headlining the Dome.
The film festival returns with some classic 60s cinema, a slew of sci-fi flicks and a few choice music docs.
Lucy Hopkins and The Spiegeltent are offering two-for-one tickets on one of the most raved about shows at the Fringe.
Fear Of Men headline the Dome’s renewed Brighton music showcases, in association with Resident.
First wave of guests include DJ Pierre, Dave Clarke and Skream.
Bass, beats and fights about buses: our round-up of the first ever Wild Life Festival.
The craft ale company sign a lease on the former music venue, then fly over London dropping stuffed animals from a helicopter.
There will be caves. And beer. But caves – there will definitely be caves.
A new fetish bar launches next week – we got a sneak peak at the kinky dungeon hidden somewhere beneath the city centre.
Disclosure, Rudimental, Wu Tang Clan and more are playing at an airport in Shoreham.
Drill:Festival is coming to Brighton in December, with over 100 artists and performances across four days and 14 different venues.
Cassetteboy, The Tiger Lillies, a killer beer garden, great food and open until 2am at weekends. We may never leave the Spiegeltent this May.
Mexican street food specialists take over the Kemp Town pub’s kitchen.