There will be caves. And beer. But caves – there will definitely be caves.
It was always a good venue, but The Hope had lost its sass in recent years. Well, it’s back as The Hope & Ruin and going to make your eyes fall out.
Fvnerals are joined by Vincent Vocoder Voice and Pink Lizards for some dark delights at GDS.
Photos of bands that didn’t make it into our reviews – including Wire, Young Husband, Fujiya & Miyagi, AK/DK, Almighty Planets and Hypnotised.
We spent day two of DRILL chasing down the likes of Savages, Toy, LoneLady and British Sea Power.
Riff-heavy Brighton two piece, Royal Blood, play a sold out homecoming show at The Dome.
Mayhem ensues at the Concorde 2 as Mac DeMarco returns for a sold out show
The film festival returns with some classic 60s cinema, a slew of sci-fi flicks and a few choice music docs.
Scottish guitar superstar RM Hubbert returns to Brighton for an intimate show at The Caxton Arms.
The best loved soul jazz singer on the planet finally makes it to Brighton after two successive years as the King of Love Supreme.
We chatted to the Brighton poet about this week’s Poets Vs MCs spoken word battle at the Concorde.
We joined the indie oddballs Octopuses for some lo-fi jollity at their Marwood Christmas bash.
The final day of DRILL and we’re out once more for Mercury winners Young Fathers, a ‘secret’ gig from Wire and a festival finale from the mighty Swans.
The first day of DRILL saw us legging it around the streets to catch the likes of Jesca Hoop, These New Puritans and The Wytches.
Fish Tank, Lady Skins and Port Rhombus are playing tonight at the Green Door.
The enigmatic, atmospheric Jon Hopkins is coming to the Brighton Dome.
They may have lost a couple of founding members since their last visit but the Two Tone legends can still deliver.
Local disco heroes Transformer talk us through the making of their new EP, ‘Feel The Beast.’
SOURCE writers cast their net wide for their favourite tracks of 2014, in a big year for Brighton music.
Sharon van Etten brings her heartache to St George’s Church while fans of Americana worship at her feet.
Saturday’s menu consisted of Speak Galactic, Courtney Barnett, Wire side project Githead and Goblin’s mighty soundtrack concert in St Bartholomew’s.
Immersive, atmospheric and undeniably innovative, Jon Hopkins brought his special sounds to The Dome.
We chat to Brighton’s doom surfers ahead of their sort-of-homecoming show at DRILL festival.
New York’s new Prince of hip hop stuns at a sold out show at Concorde 2.
Brand new comedy shows from two-thirds of the Badults gang.
Glaswegians cause mass earache; audience is grateful.