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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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Pip Blom Review

Pip Blom – incredibly catchy hooks, grunge meets lo-fi fuzz pop, fresh from Amsterdam. What’s not to like? SOURCE reviews from Sticky Mikes’ Frog Bar.

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Stone Sour Review

American rockers Stone Sour stormed the Brighton Centre with a show that proved rock’n’roll is still the best way to spend a Friday night.

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White Room Review

Psych-pop rockers White Room played to an enthused Hope & Ruin crowd on the first night of their debut headline tour.

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Gluck: Art And Identity Review

A new show at Brighton Museum re-evaluates the career of twentieth century artist Gluck, a pioneer of gender fluidity.

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Perfume Genius | Brighton Source

Perfume Genius Review

An astonishing live show from Mike Hadreas – aka Perfume Genius – left The Old Market with a performance to remember – and a gold jacket.

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The Horrors Review

The Horrors came to the Sussex campus on the Halloween weekend to captivate the crowd with their ever-evolving brew of electronica and post-punk.

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Tru Thoughts 18th Birthday Party Review

Tru Thoughts celebrates a milestone with a special show at the Dome, featuring Quantic, Alice Russell, Hot 8 Brass Band and more.

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This Feeling Alive Tour Review

This Feeling’s Alive tour saw an array of talent come to Patterns as The Shimmer Band, Bang Bang Romeo, BlackWaters and Sons hit town.

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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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Songhoy Blues Review

Following the release of new album ‘Résistance’, Songhoy Blues were keen to show the people of Hove how to party.

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BHAC Poetry Festival Review

Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy headed up an inspiring evening of spoken word which also featured Attila The Stockbroker and an array of Brighton’s best local poets.

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Rag N Bone Man Photos

Accompanied by seven musicians on stage, Rag’n’Bone Man played at the Brighton Centre as part of his ‘Overproof’ tour. Our photographer Gili Dailes was there.

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The Delta Bell launch their second album

Brighton Source saw The Delta Bell launch their superb album of post-country classic songs at the Hotel Pelirocco this week.

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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Review

We caught a rare glimpse of the San Francisco rockers’ tender side amid a storm of confrontational rock’n’roll at Brighton Dome on Halloween night.

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Dracula The Bloody Truth

Laughing At Dracula

‘Dracula The Bloody Truth’ is horrific theatre. A Transylvanian spoof that mixes farce and slapstick into Dracula’s tale. Faultless bad acting for comic perfection.

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Lamb | Brighton Source

Lamb Review

Lamb take us on a journey for their 21st anniversary tour and prove that after all this time they still don’t miss a beat.

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Diamond Review

Punky, political invective interspersed with drag queens on crutches miming to show tunes. Performance artist David Hoyle’s show at the Attenborough Centre had it all, and more.

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Benjamin Clementine Review

The Mercury Prize winning singer songwriter unveiled a dramatic staging of new album ‘I Tell A Fly’ at the Dome last week for the opening date of his UK tour.

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The Divine Comedy Review

A seated concert at Brighton Dome ended with everyone up and dancing after Neil Hannon treated the crowd to some witty orchestral pop and a few brilliant surprise covers.

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Bonobo Review

An epic treat for the senses, complete with laser beams and confetti shower, from Brighton’s best-loved electronic artist.

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Happy Mondays Review

The Happy Mondays returned to Brighton this week – older, straighter, maybe even wiser, but definitely still contenders.

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Ferma Review

Francesca Moore’s courageous exhibit at ONCA Gallery unveils a gritty portrayal depicting the aftermath of the EU-orientated reforms on Romanian Farmers.

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Mammothfest 2017 Review

The beer ran out halfway through and we nearly got gobbed on by a scary metal singer. Here’s our epic report from Brighton metal scene’s most anticipated event of the year.

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The Mountain Goats | Brighton Source

The Mountain Goats Review

Comical and literate as ever, The Mountain Goats played a gig full of surprises for a packed-out Brighton crowd at The Haunt.

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