Idles are coming back to Brighton. You haven't bought a ticket already? Look lively. Good luck.
Flamingods return to Brighton for a headline set set to open up your party Chakra!
We Intend To Cause Havoc warm the crowd on a cold night and deliver a party full of fresh fruit and sunshine.
Rising stars of the local scene, City Dog, played a raucous show at the Green Door Store. Brighton's punk scene is in good hands.
Lewes Psych Fest is back and SOURCE cannot wait to be there beneath the lights watching the cream of Sussex psychedelia.
Love Supreme 2024 is going all out to top last year's 10th anniversary with yet another superb line-up.
Supporting new musicians to make that breakthrough in a fast-changing world, Small Pond are making a big splash.
Breathtaking on every level – Sussex alumni Gazelle Twin astounds the ACCA with an otherworldly soundscape of stunning electronica.
Blending classical music with alt rock, Hana Piranha release their new album ‘Wingspan’ with a live launch at The Latest Music Bar.
Rachel and Becky return to Brighton with a brand new set of winter-themed songs to warm the soul.
Saucily subtitled 'Christmas Karaoke vs the Mighty Organ', this party could see you performing on the stage of Brighton Dome.
Consider the roof thoroughly torn off the Brighton Centre as The Prodigy made their triumphant return this Monday.
Reginald Rose's courtroom drama is a fascinating and beautifully crafted thriller: gripping, thought provoking, and utterly superb.
The former Frankie Goes To Hollywood frontman returned to Brighton after a four-decade gap and brought a hit-filled party.
Featuring a live band on stage, The Old Market's latest play is a charged psychological thriller set in the underworld of inner-city London.
The trailblazing Detroit rocker proved she is still at the top of her game with an electric, career-spanning show at the Dome.
Silver Moth deliver a phenomenal and epic set as part of an exquisitely curated line-up in the intimate confines of the Con Club.
Despite the downpour, SOURCE reviewed 40 gigs in one weekend at Mutations including sets by Acid Klaus, DITZ, Porridge Radio and Fat White Family.
Our round-up of new Brighton music - including releases from Yumi And The Weather, Flip Top Head, Plantoid, Emma Gatrill, Hutch, JOHN and Soft Walls.
The latest performance by the much-acclaimed Gecko Theatre is contemporary, grounded, political and urgent. Kin is physical theatre at its peak.
Halloween at Brighton Dome and a much loved singer-songwriter hands out an irresistible pick and mix of old and new favourites.
An uplifting, inspiring musical based on a true story, with stunning performances and heels that will make your eyes water.
Electronic musician Alessandro Cortini crafts an intricate, hypnotic soundscape for the packed ACCA hall.
Doc'n Roll Festival again premiered some of the best new music documentaries from around the world.
We talked to Abraham Moughrabi from Jinn Records about his 'Sawa Sawa' collaboration with Sudanese musicians and more.