Pond – Review

The rise of the Aussie psych band continues as Pond hit Concorde 2

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Kool & The Gang Review

The funk veterans played a rare Brighton show this week. We brought our good times and laughter to celebrate with them.

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Kraftwerk Review

Back in Brighton for the first time since 1981, Kraftwerk’s pioneering electronics continue to sound prescient and fresh.

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The Great Escape 2017 Review (Sat)

Brighton’s homegrown talent shone through on the last day of The Great Escape with standout shows from Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, Dream Wife and Blood Red Shoes.

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The Great Escape 2017 Review (Thur)

Thursday’s Great Escape veered from lush folk at a Regency ballroom to riotous punk on the pier. Here’s our review of day one – including Alex Cameron, Aldous Harding and Slaves.

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Phoenix Gallery Open Studios

Phoenix Brighton opens the doors of its artists studios this weekend, providing for a brilliant, vibrant, gallery experience.

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Week One of Brighton Festival and Fringe 2017

Wondering what’s worth seeing at Brighton Festival and Fringe? Allow us to help.

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The Necks Review

Famed Australian avant-garde trio The Necks came to the gothic St Luke’s Church in Hanover on Monday for an excellent concert of improvised jazz.

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Rozelle Review

Sharp stabs of rock and synth pop keyboards form the foundations for the dual vocals of this Bristol five-piece.

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Funk The Format Festival 2017 Review

The local festival saw heavy-hitters Rodney P and Goldie performing in the slightly surreal setting of Hove Park.

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King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard Review

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard took rock and roll to a new level by crowdsurfing into the sea from the Concorde 2.

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Royal Trux Review

The recently reformed alt rockers came to Brighton not to relive their 90s heyday, but to bury it. The band’s set at The Haunt last week was both captivating and catastrophic.

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The Great Escape 2017 Review (Fri)

Day two of the festival found us stumbling upon an 80s hero, heading back to the pier for Norway’s finest and ended with a packed out late-nighter from The Charlatans.

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Elli Ingram Photos

The Brighton R&B singer returned on the busiest weekend of the year to pack out a brand new venue on Ship Street. SOURCE was there with our camera at the ready.

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Artists Open Houses Review

With over 180 Artists Open Houses on offer this year, you may be wondering where to start. SOURCE is on hand with a list of ten highlights.

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Are Strings Attached Review

Theatre in your own front room. A man with a can. Becoming a star. Graffiti and the meaning of life.

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Kandace Springs Review

She is jazz, she is soul, she’s a superstar in the making. Kandace Springs’ return to Brighton was an evening to treasure.

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Week Four of Brighton Festival and Fringe 2017

Our final batch of reviews includes multiple hauntings, some theatrical tragedies and Dave Benson Phillips.

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‘Refrain’ Review, Newhaven Fort

SOURCE recently took a short trip up the coast to catch Verity Standen’s dramatic, immersive choral piece at Newhaven Fort.

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Week Three of Brighton Festival and Fringe 2017

Another week, another dozen reviews – including pre-war girl gangs, 80s weathermen, Mexican myths and David Bowie.

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The Alt-Escape 2017 Review

While the rest of our team were waiting in queues, we sent a reviewer on a solo mission to see how much of the Great Escape he could see for free. Absolutely loads, as it turns out.

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Week Two of Brighton Festival and Fringe 2017

Skiffle, a history of horror, clowning, and poetry from a coffin. It’s week two of our Brighton Festival and Fringe reviews and recommendations.

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Kate Tempest’s Opening Gig Review

Kate Tempest kicked off Brighton Festival with a triple bill of guest acts and a breathless rendition of some of her best work. An inspiring start to what could be an incredible month.

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Digital Tattoo Review

Multi-media theatre, art-film, modern dance, audience questions. Indelible selfies. The right to be forgotten. Gritty and beautiful. Take your phone.

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Future Islands Review

Future Islands returned to Brighton for a show that mixed all the usual improv interpretative dance with synth heavy indie – but the balance was a tad off.

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