Chris ‘Walrus Ad’ Parkinson tracked down Kevin Smith and has been made Associate Producer on the Tusk movie.
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.
Best known as a d’n'b producer but Zinc’s been changing the game and switching genres for the past 20 years.
Alex White’s new band Interlocutor headline the first of two SOURCE New Music shows this month.
Indie heroes take over the Concorde for two full days of their annual festival.
It’s The Levellers’ 25th anniversary concert, so if you’ve ever been a fan of their politicised folk you ought to be there.
A week of fashion in Brighton? It can only mean that Brighton Fashion Week is back.
Hip hop legend Afrika Bambaataa returns to Earth via The Haunt, thanks to Scroobius Pip and his We Are Lizards club.
Catch Ghostpoet, with his deep yet charmingly soft voice and clever lyrics, on the last leg of his tour.
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.
Round up of this months best local gigs from the lovely The Lovely Eggs to Mainliner and Tonight Alive.
San Diego’s Crocodiles bring the psychedelic sounds of new album ‘Crimes Of Passion’ to Sticky Mike’s.
The Mars Volta’s Omar Rodríguez-López and his new post-punky outfit come to Brighton as guests of The Physics House Band.
Who should you spend your £150 with this year? We’ll help, or guide you towards cheaper, more local offerings.
Their back catalogue of socially-aware, three chord classic songs is perfect for a moshpit of sweaty, shirtless blokes looking for middle-age kicks.
OPM’s music promises to take you back to a time when Tony Hawk, ollies and the word ‘gnarly’ were firmly part of the zeitgeist.
Traams are brilliant live. Absolutely unbelievable. Come and see them tonight.
Acid Mothers Temple’s Kawabata Makoto begins his ‘Brighton invasion’ with psych-metal trio Mainliner.
Visual artists metaLuna curate a SOURCE New Music Special for Brighton Digital Festival
A round up of the months best cultural activities around the city this month – don’t miss oddball comic Andrew Lawrence.
With 20 of the region’s finest bands on offer, plus headliners Charlie Boyer And The Voyeurs and The Xcerts, the Green Door Store’s weekender is both unmissable and free.
We’re so excited to have Martin Rossiter play at SOURCE New Music we can hardly breathe.
Clanging indie guitars, Beach Boys-esque keys and vocals reminiscent of the Pixies, Splashh have a polished psychedelic sound.
Famous for his riotous hip hop shows, KRS-One brings his electrifying live show back to Brighton once again.