Aiden Grimshaw went AWOL from the celebrity circuit after X Factor, until being snapped up by RCA Records earlier this year.
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Donning their Charro suits, but leaving their punk alter-egos behind, Mariachi El Bronx hit town to get drunk and raise hell.
Explorative and imaginative art co-exists with stark medical images in Onca’s latest exhibition, ‘A Cancer Landscape.’
Viet Cong launch an assault on the Green Door Store, as the Calgary post-punkers’ punishing tour schedule continues.
A jam-packed gig at an unlikely venue saw the singer back on form and clearly loving it – along with the lucky punters who made it in.
Disclosure, Rudimental, Wu Tang Clan and more are playing at an airport in Shoreham.
The Alaskan metalcore band return after a five year gap with a world tour taking in a date at Concorde2.
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.
Mary Timony’s Ex Hex delight with riffs galore at the GDS.
Prohibition-era glamour in sumptuous surroundings – but is the new menu any good?
A new fetish bar launches next week – we got a sneak peak at the kinky dungeon hidden somewhere beneath the city centre.
Celebrating ten years of proving there’s more to science than men with lab coats and beards, BSF returns with a month-long programme of live experiments, talks and comedy.
AKAAKAROAR’s fifth birthday party at Audio will be their last dance.
It’s five years since they played The Hope. Could the folky Swedes transfer their brand of Americana to Brighton’s grand concert hall?
The Concorde was at bursting point for the annual spoken word showdown, still packing in the surprises twelve years on.
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.
The Bristol noiseniks push their debut release with a tour that takes in Sticky Mike’s.
Chaka Khan and Van Morrison among the first acts announced for this year’s local jazz festival.
Metalcore veterans 36 Crazyfists make a welcome return to the stage and give a preview to their forthcoming album.
The recently-reformed hardcore band finish up their UK tour with a debut album set at Audio.
The Great Escape announces the first 150 bands of its 10th anniversary festival, with Alabama Shakes headlining the Dome.
An evening of music, stories and film celebrating the singer and former Soft Machine drummer.
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.