Zane Lowe DJs at the opening night of Pryzm, the megaclub formerly known as Oceana.
It’s the end of an era. Source Magazine is closing but the website will stay, and hopefully flourish, with your help.
Veterans of Brighton’s spoken word scene train teenagers for a Fringe slam showcase.
A trio of local bands – Time For T, Beautiful Boy and Common Tongues – show us what they’ve got at the Green Door Store.
Fear Of Men headline the Dome’s renewed Brighton music showcases, in association with Resident.
There’s nothing cooler than clever: donning its best lab coat, SOURCE cast off the shackles of unreason and took in the climactic weekend of Brighton Science Festival.
The former Special headlined the evening’s entertainment at the 7th Brighton Tattoo Convention.
Thunder and lightning reigned last week during Anna Calvi’s sell-out show at All Saints church.
The LA indie rockers came to Brighton for the first time since their 2011 Great Escape show.
House Of Pain and Limp Bizkit’s DJ Lethal brings his party skills to The Haunt.
Lucy Hopkins and The Spiegeltent are offering two-for-one tickets on one of the most raved about shows at the Fringe.
No-nonsense Brum alt-rockers Nightingales return to the Albert with mighty support from Ted Chippington and Helen McCookerybook.
Endearing, well-connected London indie tykes Let’s Wrestle play songs from their new, third album at the Green Door Store.
Singer and guitarist with Galaxie 500 and Luna brings his blissful solo debut to the Prince Albert,
Their first gig was only a couple of months ago, but at Sticky Mike’s last week the band proved they already have style, charisma and great songs.
First wave of guests include DJ Pierre, Dave Clarke and Skream.
Free EP and headline tour this month as “surf-doom” trio sign to iconic indie.
Finger-picking guitarist Nathan Salsburg drops in at The Green Muse on his UK tour.
Cinecity’s gem for 2013 was this tender portrait of a Brighton one-off by former SOURCE photographer Toby Amies.
Cassetteboy, The Tiger Lillies, a killer beer garden, great food and open until 2am at weekends. We may never leave the Spiegeltent this May.
Essex oddballs Dingus Khan headline a psychedelic all-dayer at Brighton Arts Club.
Full festival bill of 400 acts confirmed, with Dome show for Example.
Mexican street food specialists take over the Kemp Town pub’s kitchen.
Wild Beasts for Dome show and dozens more added to festival bill.
As pub’s Kissing Coppers mural makes thousands in US auction, we speak to landlord Chris Steward.
One of the gems of Brighton’s indie scene brought their atmospheric shoegazing sounds to the Hope.
Sitcom queen Miranda sets out on her first solo tour since conquering the small screen.