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Live at Brighton Dome Review

Tim Key and Daniel Kitson shared a car to Brighton Dome for Show and Tell’s night, as well as a lacerating wit and taste for the absurd.

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This Is The Kit Review

This is the Kit played the Con Club in Lewes thanks to Brighton’s Willkommen label. Brighton Source was there to witness Kate Stables and gang’s intimate loveliness.

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Poets Vs MCs 2018 Review

The 15th bout of Brighton’s annual spoken word battle was as entertaining as ever, even with hosts threatening to drop out. There were superb performances all round, but who won?

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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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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 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 Blinders Review

The Blinders – a violent gasp of hope is coated in revolutionary rock’n’roll swagger at Sticky Mike’s

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Gruesome Twosomes Review

Green Door Store hosted ‘Gruesome Twosomes’, a showcase of some of the finest two-piece acts around. Earplugs required.

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Bananarama Review

It ain’t what they do, it’s the way that they do it. We caught the original Bananarama trio at the second of two Brighton Centre dates on their long overdue, first-ever UK tour.

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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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Brix And The Extricated Review

Brix Smith Start and her Extricated friends brought striking new songs and plenty of Fall classics to Sticky Mike’s.

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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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Lord Huron Photos

Lord Huron, fronted by Ben Schneider, brought their wistful and melodic American folk rock sounds to the Komedia.

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Tigercub Review

Big, heavy, and a sound all of their own. Tigercub reach new heights after six years of touring, packing out Concorde 2 in their biggest hometown show yet.

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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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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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