Aiden Grimshaw went AWOL from the celebrity circuit after X Factor, until being snapped up by RCA Records earlier this year.
We interviewed the director who spent eight years making a low-budget horror film on the streets of Brighton.
The brilliant new video from Wild Cat Strike sees the band rocking out above a Brighton coffee shop.
British Sea Power are warming up for their anniversary tour at the Concorde this June.
Proving that punk isn’t dead the GDS hosted a weekend of DIY anarcho bands from back in the day alongside newer and local acts with a similar outlook, if not sound.
Living proof that you can’t keep a good man down, Marc Almond swerves the revival circuit to promote his dramatic new album.
A mini-festival put on by the city’s homeless community aims to give hope to those sleeping rough and inform those who are more lucky.
The guitar ace visits the Komedia to show off his extraordinary percussive acoustic style.
This intimate show in the revamped Hope & Ruin with one of Scotland’s finest troubadours was a real treat.
We chatted to the filmmaker, activist and promoter behind this month’s two-day punk festival at the Green Door Store.
Mantras’ first Brighton show saw them playing alongside Robbie Ransom and Jo Deer at The Joker.
The Quietus editor reads extracts from his memoirs, accompanied by a live score
Moon Duo brought their hypnotic rhythms – now with live drums, to The Haunt on Thursday
Mark Steel headlined the Green Party’s brilliant benefit gig alongside a bill that included Robin Ince, Jeremy Hardy and Rob Newman.
Fronted by poet Pete Simonelli, San Francisco’s Enablers bring their hard-edged and shadowy rock tales to The Joker.
A two-pronged display featuring classic ATP bands and Brighton indie artists
Our round-up of new Brighton releases from Seadog, Cousin and Howls plus debut EPs from Kanzi, Krak Krak and Sea Bed.
An evening of space-inspired performances to celebrate more than half a century of human exploration of space.
Willkommen Records’ Marcus Hamblett releases his album of ambient Italian film soundtrack-influenced post-rock. Brighton Source was impressed.
A new intimate music festival and summer party within the beautiful Sussex countryside, with a focus on quality over quantity.
Electro pop, jangling guitars, driving drum work and heartfelt lyrics make for an exciting album launch.
1960s enfant terrible playwright and public library botherer Joe Orton gets a back-to-back revival with two of his best loved plays.
Your chance to catch a preview of the Brighton band’s debut album at their one-off live show at The Hope & Ruin.
We found the artist giddy with excitement ahead of her one night solo show this Friday at the Lick warehouse.
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The night tripping Louisiana legend returned to town with a dazzling set of standards, originals and Satchmo classics.