Coyness gave way to stunning pop perfection when the Norwegian ice queen cast her spell over The Haunt last week.
Melting Vinyl and Dog In The Snow host an internationally-diverse female-led party featuring alt-pop duo Bernard + Edith, with Foreign Skin, Tiger Lion and DJ Eva Bowan.
The do-it-yourself DJ night returns for a special one-off at The Joker to tie in with the UN campaign to end violence against women.
Benjamin Clementine returns to Brighton on Dec 3rd to promote his outstanding album ‘At Least For Now’ in the enchanting surroundings of St George’s Church.
The expansive Canadian rockers bring some autumnal atmosphere to Sticky Mike’s.
Alela Diane is back in Brighton to promote her beautiful new CD ‘Cold Moon’ with guitarist Ryan Francesconi. Support comes from from Pennsylvania folkie Vikesh Kapoor and local rising star Ellie Ford. Should be unmissable.
Rabid rabbits and beatings at a Scout camp: this Halloween exhibition has it all.
The Irish singer songwriter brings her blend of soul and folk to Concorde 2.
Highly influential post-rockers bring their intense and atmospheric live show to Brighton.
Nordic princess of pop Susanne Sundfør returns to cast her sonic spell over Brighton in October.
In an era where flawless yet soulless electronica seems to dominate the airwaves, thank fvck for Peaches.
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.
Brighton’s finest indie rock experimenters prepare to astound the Hope and Ruin with sonically diverse sounds.
Former Portishead DJ comes to Synergy to share his love for northern soul and Motown.
Legendary Japanese game composer Akira Yamaoka will perform the Silent Hill score live at The Haunt.
Tickets went on sale this weekend for the Irish folk legend even though he’s not coming to Brighton until April.
Brighton’s much-loved cephalopod oddballs have made an album, which they’ll be performing in full at the celebratory launch party.
George Lucas’ 1970s sci-fi dystopia gets the live score treatment from Asian Dub Foundation at the Dome.
The trainspotting poet and friends champion rail nationalisation at the Green Door Store.
The Treason Show’s Mark Brailsford revisits the songs from his 2012 Muesli Mountain musical – with added People’s Republic of Brighton & Hove anthems.
Win T-shirts and tickets to this double bill of ambient and cinematic soundscapes. Apply within.
It’s that time of year again: Mark E Smith returns once more to do his thing.
The soul hip hop group offer a sample of their forthcoming debut album with a night showcasing a host of Brighton talent.
Deerhunter and Atlas Sound are coming to Hove this October – missing Halloween by a whisker.
The three-piece post punk hardcore band from Brighton bring furious energy with flashes of psychedelia.
Grime music is in the middle of a massive revival, at the forefront is 21-year-old South London rapper Stormzy.