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.
Fans flocked to see Dave Wakeling and his version of the politicised Brummie ska band, The Beat. Not all of them were impressed.
Oxjam returns to Brighton with over 80 bands playing across eight venues on a single day.
Indie favourites Alvvays bring the summer sun back to Brighton with a raucous White Reaper in support.
Michigan songwriter Sufjan Stevens brought intensely personal songs of bereavement and healing to the Dome.
Applications open today for artists who’d like to play next year’s celebration of new music.
Expect mystery, drama and damn fine coffee as art rockers Xiu Xiu bring their interpretation of Twin Peaks to the Komedia. David Lynch just got even weirder.
The new York Place gallery kicks off with an exhibition by Petting Zoo full of bold and punchy gig posters for some top Brighton bands.
Breakfast and a Bloody Mary for £15? Not bad. But how about breakfast and unlimited Bloody Marys for £15?
Local clubnight celebrates three years of chest-rattling dubstep with an eight hour birthday bash at the Volks.
We spoke to the Brighton soul singer and rapper about playing Glastonbury, working with DJ Premier and putting on a special curated show at the Concorde later this month.
An emotive exhibition at the Brighthelm Centre of drawings and creative writings by LGBTIQ migrants and refugees from Africa.
Stewart Lee gave his Comedy Vehicle a test run as the latest of Brian Gittins’ star guests at Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar.
A strong local line-up including Written In Waters and Wild Cat Strike join some choice out-of-towners at this math rock all-dayer.
The joyful Texan collective reach for the sun with an album retrospective at the Concorde 2.
Expect beautiful vocals and wonderful waves of guitar reverb from the Russian shoegazers on a visit to Brighton.
The Komedia brings us some ethereal psych-rock from the London lads with a taste for the macabre.
Help yourself to a weekend of free gigs and help others by donating some food at the Brighton arm of a weekend aimed at raising awareness of food charities.
We spoke to the man behind Pop-Up Brighton about how he’s bringing innovative, interactive and inexpensive art to the city.
A strange pairing reaps rewards for early arriving art-rock fans at Paul Smith’s final UK show to promote his new solo album.
Brighton seafront goes all Berlin at this techno and deep house party courtesy of First Floor’s guests Ryan Elliott and Lakuti.
Adored US experimentalists Deerhoof pay a long-awaited visit to Brighton with a crashing and colourful set at a sold-out Patterns.
Grime pioneer and relentless collaborator Lethal B is coming to Concorde 2.
The notorious Brighton band split up after 20 years of failure, disappointment and hilarious comedy punk.
Frat punks Surfer Blood are bringing the Florida sun to Brighton in October supporting new album ’1000 Palms’.
Brewdog finally opened its new bar in Brighton, we were invited to investigate the refurbishment and sample some of the craft beers on offer.