Full festival bill of 400 acts confirmed, with Dome show for Example.
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The inescapable, undeniable Jordan and Harley return to the Brighton Centre.
Texan folk-rockers introduce their renewed line-up at St George’s Church.
Ex-Butthole Surfer and Melvins dude brings beardy blues rock to Brighton’s Prince Albert.
Crazed collision of gaming, metal and mayhem from members of InMe and friends.
Delicious folk harmonies from precocious Indianapolis sisters tugging on First Aid Kit’s tails.
Some old punk bands can be hit or miss, but we’re glad these daft rockers never said goodbye to the circus.
Fresh from their support tour with Jake Bugg, the blues rockers were back in the headline slot at the Concorde.
We sent a photographer to shoot the prog rockers’ Concorde show – he came back raving it was the best gig he’d ever been to.
Brand’s ‘Messiah Complex’ show goes where egos dare: the Brighton Centre.
Snappy Cali pop from the Haim sisters sells out the Dome.
A new film captures a prime slice of Brighton’s gig scene, showcasing bands from the Sticky Mike’s night like The Wytches, Theo Verney and Tigercub.
Jimmy Urine and his hedonistic electro rock troupe gave us a dosing at the Concorde last month.
The garage rockers were in top form when they reached out to their fans at their riotous Concorde show.
We caught the NME favourites delivering a short and spiky set at Brighton’s new venue, Bermuda Triangle.
Deap Vally, Tiger Cub and Skaters – the early noughties guitar revival starts here!
Insanely prolific indie pop band comes to the Green Door Store – with support from Tyrannosaurus Dead.
Folk double-header as House Of Hats and Carrie Tree summon that summer feeling.
Two icons of 90s indie, Bernard Butler and Jackie McKeown, bring their low-key Trans project to the Green Door Store.
The Albert hosts a spirited team-up between Ex-Herman Düne fellow Stanley Brinks, The Wave Pictures and Freschard.
The Cambridge alt rockers delivered another blinder on their third visit to Brighton this year.
One of our finest songwriters Chris T-T headlines the final SOURCE New Music show.
The Strokes’ guitarist returns with a new batch of solo stuff to a warm reception from fans.
The LA crew brought Brother Ali along for a night of top-notch hip hop at the Haunt.
Walter Schreifels’ indie-hardcore group ducked off duty from their Jimmy Eats World tour to come play the Haunt.
Editors came to Brighton Dome with a new album and line-up, but the same epic sounds.