Rising alt-folkers Hetton play a launch gig at the Green Door Store alongside Polly Money and Yazmyn Hendrix.
Northern Soul legends came to The Concorde 2 to get the Bank Holiday weekend off to a stomping start.
While ‘Boy King’ may not be to everyone’s taste, diehard fans will appreciate Wild Beasts evolving sound.
The exotic psyche rockers set light to the Hope and Ruin.
Our round-up of new Brighton music: including releases from Chris T-T, Wooden Arms, MIAMIGO, Team New Band, Rough Citizen, Asta Hiroki, and The RPMs.
Promoting new release ‘Paper Dolls’, pounding dark electro-industrialist Ayria coaxes a gaggle of goths to The Albert.
Our round-up of new Brighton music – including releases from Monoman, Sweetmates, The Modes, This Party, Cold Pumas, Common Tongues, Paperboy and MarthaGunn.
New Zealand’s heavenly pop legends The Chills played their first Brighton show in 20 years in the tiny West Hill Hall.
Day two of the festival and we’ve been soaked in ambient noise, witnessed a ballroom blitz and seen some great Brighton bands do us proud.
Our round-up of new Brighton music – including releases from Vanessa Forero, The FreeDub Press, Ellie Ford, Story Bird, Jolé, and The DuBarrys.
“Catching up all a fire” at Concorde 2, Julian ‘Ju Ju’ Marley brought a touch of Marley magic to Brighton.
One half of Rizzle Kicks, Jordan Stephens’ new project Wildhood brought a confident and varied set showcasing their experimental debut EP ‘Vert’.
Love Supreme was a funky affair with three of Prince’s female collaborators on the bill and two legends in the headline slots: Grace Jones and Burt Bacharach.
A crazy narrator takes you on decade-hopping trip through the lives of terrace residents in this new immersive theatre show on Brighton beach.
Despite the underage casualties, Shoreham’s second Wild Life Festival brought the noise with a diverse musical line-up.
Chilled vibes, friendly crowds and a great headline set from Soul II Soul – Funk The Format looks set to become an annual fixture on the festival calendar.
Our photographers were snapping everyone they could catch at this year’s festival. Here’s a dozen photos from each day.
The first instalment of our three-part Great Escape round-up: some unusual venues, occasional sound problems, a couple of real discoveries and Craig David.
The industrial metalheads stopped off at Brighton for a pre-Bloodstock warm-up show, proving they can still stoke the fires of metal fandom after nearly thirty years.
Hundreds of yoginis and curious types gathered for the third annual Brighton Yoga Festival, now at The Corn Exchange.
Despite our doubts, we came away from this Komedia show with our mind thoroughly blown by what this man can do with just four strings.
The California-London indie rockers came to Brighton to tour their post-breakup album, but the strange onstage chemistry suggests the scars haven’t quite healed.
Four women and four different worlds, all bound together by lies. This dazzling one act play is seriously funny.
The maverick songwriter brought her ‘Crab Day’ celebrations to Patterns for a short but sweet set of oddball sounds.
The 2016 festival neared its end with strong performances from Tiny Ruins and MONEY but our team kept going until the very last note of the final band.
Even some dodgy tech hiccups couldn’t stop the children of the 80s revelling in the sounds of the ‘Second Summer of Love’, recreated by legendary Haçienda DJs.