Tune-Yards Review

Multi-instrumentalist Merrill Garbus came to the Attenborough Centre last week for a rare Brighton appearance in support of acclaimed new album ‘I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life’.

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Avalanche Party Review

Avalanche Party review – a feral, wild garage sound that sounds like post-punk got into a fight with psych.

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Morrissey Review

A dogged curmudgeon and a flawless performer who is happy to accept flowers from fans and stuff them down his trousers. With some trepidation (and a few reservations) we went to watch Morrissey in action at the Brighton Centre.

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Jonathan Pie Review

His exasperated off-camera rants are a social media joy but can Jonathan Pie pull it off in a live setting? We went to Brighton Dome to find out.

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Erasure Review

With more pop than an explosion in a lemonade factory, Erasure brought seventeen albums of hits to the Dome.

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Live at Brighton Dome Review

Tim Key and Daniel Kitson shared a car to Brighton Dome for Show and Tell’s night, as well as a lacerating wit and taste for the absurd.

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This Is The Kit Review

This is the Kit played the Con Club in Lewes thanks to Brighton’s Willkommen label. Brighton Source was there to witness Kate Stables and gang’s intimate loveliness.

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Poets Vs MCs 2018 Review

The 15th bout of Brighton’s annual spoken word battle was as entertaining as ever, even with hosts threatening to drop out. There were superb performances all round, but who won?

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Algiers Review

Algiers popped over from Atlanta to mesmerise Brighton’s Haunt with industrial noise, soulful vocals and a political message of power to the people.

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Belle and Sebastian Review

The Scottish indie band reminded us how far they’ve come since the 90s at Brighton Dome with a rich mix of music, audience involvement and loads of dancing.

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Secret Comedy Club Review

We took the plunge to see some intimate and upfront comedy at Artista Café’s underground weekly stand-up night.

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Albert Hammond Jr and Franz Ferdinand review

Albert Hammond Jr demonstrated his solo prowess and Franz Ferdinand pulled off a masterclass in theatrical pop at the Dome.

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Hollie Cook Review

The queen of tropical lover’s rock made a welcome return to Brighton, after last month’s cancellation, and warmed the cockles of a weather-beaten crowd.

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Go-Kart Mozart Review

A true legend of independent music, the mysterious Lawrence picks at British pop’s scars in a cheerfully disturbing show from Go-Kart Mozart.

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The Blinders Review

The Blinders – a violent gasp of hope is coated in revolutionary rock’n’roll swagger at Sticky Mike’s

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Gruesome Twosomes Review

Green Door Store hosted ‘Gruesome Twosomes’, a showcase of some of the finest two-piece acts around. Earplugs required.

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Bananarama Review

It ain’t what they do, it’s the way that they do it. We caught the original Bananarama trio at the second of two Brighton Centre dates on their long overdue, first-ever UK tour.

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Postcard From Stockholm

SOURCE goes Scandinavian as art college favourites Dream Wife hit Stockholm for the first time, and we follow Swedish pop legends ABBA’s Eurovision history from Brighton Dome to museum piece.

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It’s No Job For A Nice Jewish Girl Review

A one-woman show drawing on Jewish British humour. It’s comedy, stand up, and voracious storytelling.

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Zara McFarlane Review

The multi award-winning jazz star and her amazing band came to the Komedia and played a thrilling set of jazz and reggae classics and originals.

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I’d Be Lost Without It Review

Our digital lives explored through immersive theatre, via fake news and invented personalities. Wet Picnic brought tough questions about digital mass hysteria to The Old Market.

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Paul Draper Review

The former Mansun singer opened his UK tour at The Haunt this week, with a nostalgic double set which included a full performance of the band’s 1997 debut album.

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Lord Huron Photos

Lord Huron, fronted by Ben Schneider, brought their wistful and melodic American folk rock sounds to the Komedia.

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Tigercub Review

Big, heavy, and a sound all of their own. Tigercub reach new heights after six years of touring, packing out Concorde 2 in their biggest hometown show yet.

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Liam Gallagher Review

Liam Gallagher – Britain’s biggest rock ‘n’ roll star – lit up The Brighton Centre. As you were, Brighton.

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