Chris ‘Walrus Ad’ Parkinson tracked down Kevin Smith and has been made Associate Producer on the Tusk movie.
Their dark and primal art punk made for a cathartic Concorde show, but it needs to be louder still.
We just about survived the storm when the mathcore mentalists tore up the Concorde on Halloween.
The ex-Beta Band man came to the Concorde with his hand on his heart and his politics on his sleeve.
Nick Cave and co kicked off their UK tour with a hometown show at the Dome that was both defiant and triumphant.
Mike Rosenberg’s sell-out hometown gig reminded us he has more than just an X Factor hit up his sleeve.
The rave veterans kick off their 25th anniversary tour with a two-hour mixing masterclass.
Their first night at the Northern Lights saw the local collective ramp up their ongoing mission to make you smile.
At £75 a head there probably wasn’t many people walking out early at this Brighton Centre show – except us.
Reviews of Brighton based music acts most recent work, this month includes Flash Bang Band and Let The Machines Do The Work.
Brighton’s experimental sound festival returned earlier this month – we dived headfirst into the weird and wonderful.
The electro duo kicked off their European tour with an impressive sold out show at the Concorde.
The Tuareg band brought their Western-tinged African protest songs to a quiet but rapturous Komedia crowd.
Headlined by Kamo & Krooked, Hospital Records’ showcase proved once again that drum’n'bass is alive and well.
From Sticky Mike’s to the outer realms of noise space.
The one-time James Brown impersonator now reborn as ‘The Screaming Eagle of Soul’. What a voice.
We headed down to Shakedown festival last weekend to catch the likes of Krafty Kuts, Rizzle Kicks, Jaguar Skills and Nero.
Don’t be kept in the dark about Canadian sound artist Tim Hecker’s St Mary’s Church gig. Read our review.
Understated and unshowy, the former Portico Quartet man still packed them in at Proud.
He’s calling himself Yasiin Bey these days and refusing to play the hits, but the rapper-turned-actor-turned-Muslim can still surprise and entertain.
The singer songwriter delivered the goods to a varied crowd of students, couples and mums and dads at the Brighton Centre.
The old school fans turned out on mass to catch this rare appearance from the post punk comedy obscurists.
We had a rather nice evening in the company of the former drug smuggler, author and all round stoner dude.
Like a cross between a fancy dress party and a hardcore rave, this year’s Mischief Festival was a surreal experience.
Smart, funny and fun enough to make you believe that maybe all pop music really should be about cricket.
By day, a calm and earthy festival with healing fields and workshops; by nightfall a raving, glittery wilderness.