Full festival bill of 400 acts confirmed, with Dome show for Example.
A trio of local bands – Time For T, Beautiful Boy and Common Tongues – show us what they’ve got at the Green Door Store.
The former Special headlined the evening’s entertainment at the 7th Brighton Tattoo Convention.
The LA indie rockers came to Brighton for the first time since their 2011 Great Escape show.
Ex-Butthole Surfer and Melvins dude brings beardy blues rock to Brighton’s Prince Albert.
The Strokes’ guitarist returns with a new batch of solo stuff to a warm reception from fans.
Some old punk bands can be hit or miss, but we’re glad these daft rockers never said goodbye to the circus.
Fresh from their support tour with Jake Bugg, the blues rockers were back in the headline slot at the Concorde.
Their dark and primal art punk made for a cathartic Concorde show, but it needs to be louder still.
We just about survived the storm when the mathcore mentalists tore up the Concorde on Halloween.
There’s nothing cooler than clever: donning its best lab coat, SOURCE cast off the shackles of unreason and took in the climactic weekend of Brighton Science Festival.
Thunder and lightning reigned last week during Anna Calvi’s sell-out show at All Saints church.
A new film captures a prime slice of Brighton’s gig scene, showcasing bands from the Sticky Mike’s night like The Wytches, Theo Verney and Tigercub.
Jimmy Urine and his hedonistic electro rock troupe gave us a dosing at the Concorde last month.
We caught the NME favourites delivering a short and spiky set at Brighton’s new venue, Bermuda Triangle.
Deap Vally, Tiger Cub and Skaters – the early noughties guitar revival starts here!
Editors came to Brighton Dome with a new album and line-up, but the same epic sounds.
Brighton’s experimental sound festival returned earlier this month – we dived headfirst into the weird and wonderful.
Their first gig was only a couple of months ago, but at Sticky Mike’s last week the band proved they already have style, charisma and great songs.
One of the gems of Brighton’s indie scene brought their atmospheric shoegazing sounds to the Hope.
The Cambridge alt rockers delivered another blinder on their third visit to Brighton this year.
The garage rockers were in top form when they reached out to their fans at their riotous Concorde show.
The LA crew brought Brother Ali along for a night of top-notch hip hop at the Haunt.
Walter Schreifels’ indie-hardcore group ducked off duty from their Jimmy Eats World tour to come play the Haunt.
We sent a photographer to shoot the prog rockers’ Concorde show – he came back raving it was the best gig he’d ever been to.
Understated and unshowy, the former Portico Quartet man still packed them in at Proud.