Great line up of two SOURCE cover stars and more, plus you don’t need a ticket and it’s all free.
The Brighton Festival is back again with another great line-up. We make sense of it for you.
Who should you spend your £150 with this year? We’ll help, or guide you towards cheaper, more local offerings.
We pick our favourite artists exhibiting from home throughout May. Keep an eye out for those with cake.
J Willgoose and Wrigglesworth splice public information broadcasts against electro.
Jimmy Edgar and Machinedrum play a free party you have bring an old electronic item to recycle in order to get in.
If you, like many others, secretly enjoyed the drama surrounding Liberty X and Honeyz, you may as well see the finished products live.
Check out our exclusive Wideboys stream ahead of the Skint Records showcase this Saturday.
Daniel Woolhouse is more than a James Blake substitute and he’ll show Brighton why.
Ghosting Season, Pandr Eyez and Metronomy’s Olugbenga at Dive Slow.
Between 1987 and 1989 the Mondays played Brighton four times but they haven’t ventured down since – until now.
Can’t afford The Great Escape this year? Don’t worry, there’s also some great stuff on at The Alternative Escape.
Following the success of last year’s event, Palmfest showcases British folk, country, rock, UK roots and Americana.
Kasra and Enei top the bill for Critical Sound’s latest successful club night at Life
Will San Diego’s post hardcore outfit Pierce The Veil live up to their own hype?
It’s the duty of our SOURCE writers to pluck the best Great Escape bands from it’s massive line-up, and we have in this massive guide to Brighton’s new music festival.
Master hip hop turntablist with a tongue-in-cheek style, you must see DJ Yoda before you die.
After leaving Oasis, Bonehead’s new band has everything to fight for.
Sacramento six-piece Dance Gavin Dance hit Brighton during their first UK tour.
Celebrate Brighton Fringe with Alpro and in some of Brighton’s coffee shops.
One wrong turn in Fringeland and you can end up watching mime-jugglers dance out their issues. We’ll be your compass.
Our Time In Ice, a group exhibition at the ONCA gallery, brings together new artistic commissions responding to the changing climate of the Arctic.
It may be their ‘Best Of’ tour, but don’t worry McFly aren’t splitting up just yet.
The Fat Possum duo return to the Green Door Store and Brighton after two years.
Tight, stylish and unafraid of a panpipe sample, Wolf People are weird but wonderful.
José González’s band Junip to play the Haunt to help promote their second album.
Artist Jeff Koons brings his silly, smutty and lowbrow exhibition to Brighton.