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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It’s been over a decade since they last came to Brighton and four years since their last album. If that’s a long time in pop, it’s even longer in the world of literate folk rock.
The New Orleans legend marches in to the Dome with a tribute to Louis Armstrong alongside his own voodoo classics.
Well Rounded is back with a pop-up record shop at Oxfam.
Brighton drum and bass duo The Prototypes celebrate the release of their debut album ‘City Of Gold’ at Coalition.
Economical and eco-friendly: here’s an opportunity to improve Brighton by eating.
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 South African singer has just released her debut album on Brighton’s Willkommen label. We chatted to her about being taken under the wing of the city’s folk scene.
Alex G and Krill put on a mesmerising indie showcase at the Green Door Store
SICK! Festival kicks off today, with three weeks of thought-provoking events themed around the darker sides of life and death.
A dream weekend for Brighton’s Cetacean fanciers: talks, exhibits and an immersive 360° submarine cinema.
Femmeuary culminates with a night of creativity upstairs at The Prince Albert.
Would you like a pair of tickets to a weekend that offers food stalls, cookery demo and er, the UK’s first vegan comedy festival?
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.
Bristol’s Spectres exorcise some demons via the medium of indie rock at Sticky Mike’s.
The author’s lecture on the science of sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll left us wanting more all round.
The Scottish folk singer rolls into Brighton on his solo tour of the UK.
A science festival, a zombie conference and a gaming convention all on the same few days. The geeks have got it good this weekend.
There will be caves. And beer. But caves – there will definitely be caves.
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.