Great line up of two SOURCE cover stars and more, plus you don’t need a ticket and it’s all free.
The second week of the Fringe sees a mix of mini breakfast plays, irreverent folk music and some conceptual colour-coded comedy.
Is it metal? Is it punk? Either way it’s a bloody glorious racket, writes John Mclean.
The English Defence League came to town to spend a lovely sunny day surrounded by police and anti-fascist demonstrators. Who won? It’s hard to say.
A hometown gig for the alt folk collective and a surprise appearance from the god of hellfire, Arthur Brown.
Ludicrous fashionista or talented showman? The London singer songwriter and his band settled the matter at the Haunt last week.
Everyone has their favourite bands on the NME tours, so we grabbed some of the crowd to tell us who got them going.
The notorious NY post punks finally destroyed what was left our hearing.
New Brighton releases from Anushka, Charley Bickers, Blaenavon, The Creaking Chair, Kellar, Laish and Murder He Wrote.
The Selecter came to the Concorde last month to deliver a perfect package of feelgood ska.
Her Brighton Festival show saw the ‘controversial’ singer back in excellent form with a new Bono vicar look.
The Sheffield hardcore band play Brighton for the first time to a slightly mad crowd in a packed out venue.
Two great songs and some retro clothes do not maketh the band, writes Nisha Bhakoo.
April’s SOURCE New Music night featured some great digital duos not to mention a wandering neon Gameboy minstrel.
James Yorkston, The Pictish Trail and Seamus Fogarty met up for some touching acoustic music and plenty of boozy banter.
Stuart Huggett reports on the veterans of ‘avant-garage’ who were once bigger than both Aerosmith and Madonna. Apparently.
The electro-pop rap band launched their latest single with an energetic blow-out show at the Haunt.
There’s few better ways to have your ears ruptured than with a hearty dose of Japanese psych rock.
Rain, binge-drinking, depression and nuclear war. The Fringe Festival kicks off to a cheery start.
Heavy. Grimy. Sweaty. Crazy. That about sums up Noisia at Concorde2.
Biting lyrics about the state of modern England get an outing as the Lewes indie rockers make a rare Sussex appearance.
A rainy English seafront might not be the perfect match for an aggressive hard rock band from Dallas, Texas – but at least their name is apt.
Them The Sky, Phoria and Written In Waters provided the soundtrack to an unique fusion of post rock and visual art.
A prolonged technical balls-up couldn’t stop the 80s indie outfit from (eventually) putting on a decent set at the Haunt.
Limited releases from lots of Brightonians including Bat For Lashes and Metronomy. Shop local, buy local.
The 90s Britrockers returned with a new album and an ultra tight set liberally littered with old favourites.