The Clowwns debut album is a brilliant combination of post-punk and glam rock, like the New York Dolls or the Stooges if they’d grown up in rainy England. Listen here.
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One month on from the election we look at some of the grassroots groups in Brighton – for those who don’t want to wait another five years to get political.
Sussex roller derby pioneer The Mighty Mighty Bash is hanging up her skates. SOURCE was there as she rolled out for Brighton one last time.
From Holloway via Prague, Britpop influenced Lake Malawi follow up their recent Great Escape show with a free gig at Hotel Pelirocco.
The final day of TGE with Girl Band, Django Django and an awesome finale from Slaves at the Corn Exchange.
Come viddy Alex and his droogs at this flip sizy and govoreet at The Old Courtroom.
The Alternative Escape kicks off at the North Laine pub with hip hop and house DJs from London’s Bubble Club.
Demob Happy headlined a night of high energy grunge rock at Brighton’s Haunt, with support from Our Girl, Big Society and Broken Hands.
Ten of the best shows in Brighton Fringe, picked by the arts mastermind behind The Basement and The Warren.
The Go! Team return to their old haunt. Well, Brighton. At The Haunt.
Talks, debates, hardware, demonstrations, gigs, clubs, and repeat.
Ambitious as ever, Lighthouse hosts a night of art, culture and clubbing with music from Vessel, Lotic and Arnod Vorrzpkngrrr.
Hundreds of people gathered for flames and fireworks by the West Pier as Brighton Festival drew to a magical close.
Onto day two of the festival and we’ve already found our new favourites in the form of Spring King, Monica Heldal and Bully.
A bar based around Brighton vinyl culture, with eight super craft beers and serious pizza? We just died and went to heaven.
The craft ale company sign a lease on the former music venue, then fly over London dropping stuffed animals from a helicopter.
We talk to the former seasiders’ guitarist Thomas Fisher about Berlin, Brighton and Albini.
Only recognise two bands on the line-up but going anyway? We listened to all 400 of them so you don’t have to.
It’s not hip, it’s not cool, but nu-metal is here to stay.
The Donky days are over. Well, for the Green Door Store.
Kathleen Hanna (Le Tigre, Bikini Kill) came to Concorde2 with The Julie Ruin. Support from home grown riot grrrls Slum Of Legs. Brighton Source was there.
The spoken word show returns for a youth special on The Level and a Brighton Vs London battle at The Old Market.
It’s the opening night of The Great Escape and we’re running round town to see the likes of Aldous Harding, Forever Pavot, Cairo and the mighty Cold Fronts.
KRS-One brings one of the most solid live hip hop shows we’ve ever seen to the Concorde2.
The SOURCE gets on the sauce… on a beer making course.
If you don’t fancy another five years of what we’ve all just been through, it’s time to get to the polling station and have your voice heard.
DVS1 is the special guest at this birthday bash for the house and techno club night at Patterns.