Zane Lowe DJs at the opening night of Pryzm, the megaclub formerly known as Oceana.
Hotly tipped surf doom rockers The Wytches treat us to an intimate show at Resident Records to celebrate their album launch.
The soul jazz pioneer brought some good vibes to The Concorde 2 for a UK exclusive sell out show.
The Florida punk rocker was on great form at his small solo show at The Haunt.
Knee Deep might be the best thing you see all year. Closer to modern dance than traditional circus acrobatics. Go see.
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.
The former Pavement frontman does a good impression of a classic rock icon with the latest version of his band, The Jicks.
John Grant warmed up for Glastonbury with a spellbinding performance at the Brighton Dome.
A midweek gig at the Hope, a sinister group of masked men and some fabulous art rock chaos.
The power duo’s farewell tour brought them to the Haunt for a suitably raucous send-off earlier this month.
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.
Two of the world’s most notorious bands under the same roof, it was a wild Tuesday night at the Concorde 2.
After everyone raved about last year’s new jazz festival, right on Brighton’s doorstep, we returned to see if Love Supreme could do it again.
SOURCE’s adventures at The Great Escape this year, including Kaiser Chiefs, Charlie XCX and Jon Hopkins.
This spoken word festival special saw Brighton’s poets and rappers getting all loved up at the Spiegeltent.
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.