Hacienda Classical Review

Hacienda Classical reinvent dancefloor classics for old ravers at Brighton Racecourse, with support from Groove Armada and Stereo MCs.

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Trojan Women Review

Women in war. Women in resistance. A people facing destruction. Post-nuclear. Greek tragedy in the 21st century.

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Voodoo Review

Despite a bad throat and a misbehaving guitar, new Brighton band Voodoo played a superb debut gig at the Prince Albert.

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Drunk With My Friends Review

SOURCE went down to Latest Music Bar to raise a glass with Joseph J Clark and friends as they presented an evening of music and poetry

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Asbo Derek Album Review

Garage rocking, mischief making, Tory baiting bunch of cheeky rascals release their debut album on punk legend’s label.

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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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Alt-J Review

Alt-J kicked off their seaside tour for new album ‘Relaxer’ at The Brighton Centre, bringing a massive light show with them and Blaenavon in support.

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Pride Review

Brighton Pride 2017 saw a flamboyant street parade and an outstanding headline set from the Pet Shop Boys.

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Museum Of Transology Review

As Brighton prepares to celebrate Trans Pride, SOURCE takes a tour through a new transgender exhibit at Brighton museum.

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The Moonlandingz review

Dressed in drag, inciting a riot and dragging fans around stage, The Moonlandingz made their presence felt.

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Love Supreme Festival 2017 Review

Bigger. Stronger. Funkier. Love Supreme did it again with a blend of firebrand upstarts and seasoned campaigners enthralling a sell out crowd.

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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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Cropredy Festival 2017 Review

SOURCE makes an away trip to catch the likes of The Divine Comedy, Petula Clark and Marillion at Fairport Convention’s 50th anniversary festival bash.

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Sleeper Review

Britpop band Sleeper played their first gig in 19 years at the Haunt – a hometown show for singer Louise Wener.

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Gogol Bordello Review

For an intense two hours Gogol Bordello brought an unruly and internationalist gypsy punk celebration to Brighton Dome.

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‘In Colour’ Review, Fabrica

Colour and light transform the interior of Fabrica in Peter Hudson’s dramatic interactive installation.

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Richard Dawson Review

Experimental Newcastle troubadour Richard Dawson came to a packed Old Market Theatre to showcase new album Peasant. Brighton Source came, saw and liked it.

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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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