The American post-hardcore band are headlining The Haunt this month with an explosive show you won’t want to miss.
We get a golden ticket to Spectrum’s first-ever, super-eclectic, museum-based gig experiment
Bovine Cemetry’s All-Women’s Writing Spring Spectacular was a lively literary night delivering fresh, fierce female voices from the fiction scene.
We travelled East to find ourselves in a ‘tiny cathedral’ full of psych-rock bands and far-out visuals.
Silkie brought his close-woven dubstep skills to The Mine for a strong start to Brighton’s club scene in 2017.
After this outstanding performance at All Saints Church we can’t wait to see what Kate Tempest does as guest director of next year’s Brighton Festival.
The acclaimed Irish singer-songwriter and animal lover came to ONCA gallery to perform a set with Villagers’ Conor O’Brien in praise of the 80-years-extinct Tasmanian Tiger.
VANT brought their energetic British indie crashing into The Haunt, with support from Thyla and Partybaby.
On the day of the US election result we headed to the Hope & Ruin to hear some newly poignant blues and Americana.
Is rock dead? Not when it comes to The Dead Daisies, who gave us a true sense of what rock’n’roll is about last Sunday at the Concorde 2.
Natty returned to Brighton with a show promoting positivity, community and energy.
The antifolk singer came to Sticky Mike’s for Independent Venue Week with a lively and comedic set, supported in kind by Pog and Gecko.
The annual spoken word battle saw Brighton’s best wordsmiths slugging it out at the Concorde in a heated but brilliant lyrical display.
We look back at twelve of the most interesting Brighton gigs we covered last year. These are the ones that stayed with us, often for very different reasons.
A concert organised in support of Jeremy Corbyn saw a surprise appearance from the man himself alongside an extraordinary bill that included Paul Weller, Robert Wyatt, The Farm and Temples.
Staying clean. Women with a passion for jokes. Theatre that’s serious and surreal. Magical realism mixing joy with death.
The Damned have been together for forty years and came to town to play their debut album in full before a career-spanning greatest hits set.
Joan As Police Woman brought her 5th studio album tour and collaboration with Benjamin Lazar Davis to The Haunt.
LA rockers Death Valley Girls descended upon the Hope the Ruin, with support from Saint Agnes and Sun Scream.
With a another album on its way The Fall returned to conquer the Concorde last Sunday, ably supported by Bo Ningen.
Before starting a new tour, Douglas Walker and Daniel Nils Roberts warmed up a cold Komedia crowd with their absurd and intelligent comedy shows.
Founded in 2010, the Brighton Rockers roller derby league finally get to play their sport in the city itself – and the capacity crowd goes wild for it!
Following the cancellation of a number of summer shows, Primal Scream returned to Brighton, in support of their new single ‘Feeling Like A Demon Again’, taken from their 11th Studio album ‘Chaosmosis’.
The non-conformist classical musician came to Brighton Dome to give the songs of Jimi Hendrix the virtuosic violin treatment at this UK exclusive show.
Hailing from Northern Ireland, the four-piece rock band The Answer played at the Concorde 2 alongside The Dead Daisies as part of their co-headline tour.
Fashion legend and activist Vivienne Westwood met up with Caroline Lucas at Brighton Dome to talk about her new book, the dangers of fracking and how to fight climate change.