Chelsea Wolfe returns to Brighton to envelope attendees in an eerie fog of dreamlike vocals at the aptly named Haunt.
Sharp stabs of rock and synth pop keyboards form the foundations for the dual vocals of this Bristol five-piece.
Cameron Avery, bassist from Tame Impala, bought an intimate set laced with Australian charm to Bleach.
The Stranglers came to Brighton Dome to remind us just how many hits they’ve had over the years. More importantly, the punk rockers proved they’ve still got it even after forty years.
Legendary Sun Ra Arkestra played a three night residency in Lewes last week. Brighton Source was at the Con Club to listen to a lesson in jazz history.
Seun Kuti showed many of his late father’s traits at the Concorde 2 but proved he is very much his own man. Superb support came courtesy of Lakuta.
Danny Green’s Laish returned to Brighton for a memorable, magical and moving gig. Brighton Source was there with a camera.
Perth’s psychedelic art rockers came to the Green Door Store only to find a bunch of Aussies in the audience singing the words back at them.
The Handsome Family and Courtney Marie Andrews graced Brighton with their presence on Friday night. Brighton Source was there to capture some moments.
LA rockers Death Valley Girls descended upon the Hope the Ruin, with support from Saint Agnes and Sun Scream.
He wanted us out of his dreams and into his car. We went along for the ride.
Manchester band PINS returned to Brighton to play a sold out gig at the Rialto Theatre, with support from Baby In Vain and Yassassin.
Californian dream-pop wonders Warpaint painted Brighton Dome with early summer vibes. Source were there to review and photograph.
Electronica meets Greek tragedy in a northern town. Gig and drama mash-up by local group. Woman leads on revenge, betrayal and taboo. Original soundtrack.
Dizraeli played The Old Market as part of his Leroy Merlin tour, supported by Spoken Herd members and Yazmyn Hendrix.
The Guardian music writer and broadcaster came to Brighton Dome’s International Women’s Day celebration to talk about the fear and freedom of travelling alone.
Sunday nights are supposed to be quiet. But Porridge Radio aren’t quiet.
We get a golden ticket to Spectrum’s first-ever, super-eclectic, museum-based gig experiment
If you want real old school cool look no further than Swingin’ Dick’s 78 Social and Shellac Shakers.
Turkish artist Ipek Duben recently unveiled her dramatic video installation at Fabrica. SOURCE was there to take a tour.
Blossoms bloom as they take centre stage of the VO5 NME awards tour, with support from Cabbage and Rory Wynne.
Physical, operatic, tragic theatre. Queer eye candy. A story of the pain, vulnerability and power of a self-deconstructing Sissy.
Dutch Uncles brought their uplifting upbeat sounds to The Haunt for their tour of new studio release ‘Big Balloon’.
Laura Marling played the Brighton Dome on Thursday night. Brighton Source was there to capture the magic.
The first night of Stewart Lee’s Brighton Dome residency saw the comedian providing content both vitriolic and ironic.
Natty returned to Brighton with a show promoting positivity, community and energy.