Rising alt-folkers Hetton play a launch gig at the Green Door Store alongside Polly Money and Yazmyn Hendrix.
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Yet another all-vegan cafe has popped up, not a stone’s throw from Preston Park. Whether it’s a quick sandwich, caffeine hit or a hearty meal you’re after, this cafe has it all.
Brighton’s just got itself a new venue. We chatted to the Beatabet collective about how they rescued the Rose Hill and their plans to turn it into a hub for local arts and music.
Bella Union Records open their Vinyl Shop in the Lanes with guests Mercury Rev, Jamie Lee (Money) and Fiona Brice.
The US songwriter and producer brings his infectious piano pop and newfound classical tendencies to Brighton Dome next week. We’ve got an album and a pair of tickets to give away.
The Surfers Against Sewage Big Spring Beach Clean returned to Brighton with over 150 litter-pickers united to clear the way for another summer.
The Fishbowl is dead, long live this New York influenced tap room with killer beers and food to match.
Popular pub gets ripped apart and remade with a Eastern European film poster influence, losing its Front in the process.
SOURCE has relaunched its Instagram page: expect a mix of live gig photography and weird random Brighton stuff.
We’ve got tickets to give away for the screening of a new documentary feature showcasing songs from Nick Cave And The Bad Seed’s forthcoming album.
Another new festival rides into town on October 1st, promising ‘day-time dancing and night-time clubbing’ alongside a local music stage hosted by Brighton Source.
Protestors gathered at the station yesterday to make a noise about the ongoing cancellations, overcrowding and general chaos affecting Southern trains.
Challenging car culture and body shame, Brighton’s Naked Bike Ride is back for the tenth year in the nod.
Disclosure and Rudimental’s dance music festival returns for another big weekend on the runways of Shoreham’s airport.
London’s Fourpure Brewing Co is back in Brighton this week for a ‘Tap Takeover’ event at the Beer Dispensary.
With not a washed out soap star in sight, Brighton’s Alternative Christmas Light Switch-On is set to be spectacular.
Rabid rabbits and beatings at a Scout camp: this Halloween exhibition has it all.
Applications open today for artists who’d like to play next year’s celebration of new music.
Boundary Festival replaces Shakedown at Stanmer Park, with four stages hosted by Brighton clubs and Mixmag.
The Duke Of Norfolk is dead. The Revelator took it into the swamps and killed it, then arranged some sticks by the body.
Brighton’s LGBTQ communities and their friends gathered in their hundreds to pay tribute and stand in solidarity with the victims of the Orlando tragedy.
A new Brighton festival celebrates the music of migrants and refugees with a week of truly diverse gigs and events.
Hot on the heels of Brighton Festival comes the biggest free street arts event in the South East – nine stages, 50+ bands and over 800 carnival performers.
Surgeries are shutting, doctors are striking and corpses litter the streets. While Brighton protestors pull a stunt to highlight the local effects of the healthcare crisis, a certain MP heads to parliament to lead the fight to save the NHS.
Small Pond Recordings opens today in the centre of town with six rehearsal rooms, a recording studio and live gig space. Enter the SOURCE competition to win free practice time for your band.
Can Goodmoney vouchers inject £1m into the local economy by 2020? SOURCE went to the launch to find out how it works.