Full festival bill of 400 acts confirmed, with Dome show for Example.
Endearing, well-connected London indie tykes Let’s Wrestle play songs from their new, third album at the Green Door Store.
House Of Pain and Limp Bizkit’s DJ Lethal brings his party skills to The Haunt.
A sold out return to the Dome from the restless, expectation confounding, other BBC.
Two icons of 90s indie, Bernard Butler and Jackie McKeown, bring their low-key Trans project to the Green Door Store.
The Albert hosts a spirited team-up between Ex-Herman Düne fellow Stanley Brinks, The Wave Pictures and Freschard.
Crazed collision of gaming, metal and mayhem from members of InMe and friends.
Folk double-header as House Of Hats and Carrie Tree summon that summer feeling.
Halloween still connects us back to our pagan past as goat worshipping, spirit raising, witch sacrificing fornicators.
Stephen Lawrie’s revived spacerock voyagers bring their drone attack back.
Finger-picking guitarist Nathan Salsburg drops in at The Green Muse on his UK tour.
Singer and guitarist with Galaxie 500 and Luna brings his blissful solo debut to the Prince Albert,
Franz Ferdinand celebrate 10 years of stylish post punk success at the Dome.
The inescapable, undeniable Jordan and Harley return to the Brighton Centre.
Texan folk-rockers introduce their renewed line-up at St George’s Church.
Delicious folk harmonies from precocious Indianapolis sisters tugging on First Aid Kit’s tails.
Brighton Science Festival is back – bringing with it some fighting robots, musical roads and exploding whales.
Traams are brilliant live. Absolutely unbelievable. Come and see them tonight.
Sitcom queen Miranda sets out on her first solo tour since conquering the small screen.
Sticky Mike’s hosts a record release party from noise-pop duos Nai Harvest and Playlounge.
Brand’s ‘Messiah Complex’ show goes where egos dare: the Brighton Centre.
Snappy Cali pop from the Haim sisters sells out the Dome.
One of our finest songwriters Chris T-T headlines the final SOURCE New Music show.
Insanely prolific indie pop band comes to the Green Door Store – with support from Tyrannosaurus Dead.
The first exhibition from Brighton’s film-only photography agency who have already had work in Vogue and Vice.
If you like Philip-Lorca diCorcia and Alex Soth you’re going to love Graham Miller’s rich, emotive photos.