Great line up of two SOURCE cover stars and more, plus you don’t need a ticket and it’s all free.
Bleeding edge dance music meets bleeding heart neo-soul, Anushka are representing Brighton at TGE in style.
Them The Sky, Phoria and Written In Waters provided the soundtrack to an unique fusion of post rock and visual art.
A prolonged technical balls-up couldn’t stop the 80s indie outfit from (eventually) putting on a decent set at the Haunt.
OMG LOL launch spoof YouTube series ‘This Is Brighton’ about club promoters.
Former BIMM student and BRITs Critics’ Choice winner Tom Odell appearing at Record Store Day.
Brighton’s first weekly food market launches at Brighthelm Gardens on 26th April.
Gourmet burger stall The Troll’s Pantry finds a new home at The Hobgoblin pub.
Limited releases from lots of Brightonians including Bat For Lashes and Metronomy. Shop local, buy local.
The 90s Britrockers returned with a new album and an ultra tight set liberally littered with old favourites.
The Brighton Festival is back again with another great line-up. We make sense of it for you.
Everyone has their favourite bands on the NME tours, so we grabbed some of the crowd to tell us who got them going.
One wrong turn in Fringeland and you can end up watching mime-jugglers dance out their issues. We’ll be your compass.
Five pairs of tickets to be won for May’s Foodies Festival at Hove Lawns.
The line-up for Meadowlands is taking shape, with British Sea Power, Laurent Garnier and Ty.
Cassetteboy have been pretty busy of late and today they release yet another cut up video, taking on the prole-baiting Jeremy Kyle.
The electro-pop rap band launched their latest single with an energetic blow-out show at the Haunt.
New Brighton releases from Anushka, Charley Bickers, Blaenavon, The Creaking Chair, Kellar, Laish and Murder He Wrote.
The Selecter came to the Concorde last month to deliver a perfect package of feelgood ska.
James Yorkston, The Pictish Trail and Seamus Fogarty met up for some touching acoustic music and plenty of boozy banter.
Stuart Huggett reports on the veterans of ‘avant-garage’ who were once bigger than both Aerosmith and Madonna. Apparently.
Frightened by the horsemeat? Getting sick over GM crops? Brighton & Hove Food & Drink Festival has the answers.
Your Demise, Collisions and The James Cleaver Quintet join Takedown headliners.
We pick our favourite artists exhibiting from home throughout May. Keep an eye out for those with cake.
The notorious NY post punks finally destroyed what was left our hearing.
Hot food store Pie Society moved into Western Road just before Christmas.
There’s few better ways to have your ears ruptured than with a hearty dose of Japanese psych rock.
Adam Peters launches fanzine for the Brighton Rockers roller derby team.