The ever-experimenting Unthanks have ditched the band and are coming to Brighton next year, this time as an unaccompanied vocal trio.
The Kardashians on a wild acid trip... The Blinders hit The Haunt in Brighton with support from Brighton faves White Room.
The Prodigy are rave legends, but Liam Howlett's men have some new tricks up their sleeves – and it makes for a typically spectacular live show.
Cannabinoid cuisine has arrived. And, perhaps inevitably, it's being rolled out in Brighton.
Five top films to catch at this month's Cinecity festival, including a new feature by Jan Švankmajer and classics from Derek Jarman and Lindsay Anderson.
Two women in an adapted tale of a Sussex folktale from the 19th century. A tale of wisdom, Wicca and persecution. Top class theatre.
The tea-guzzling DJ and cartoonist Mr Scruff brings his timeless 'Keep It Unreal' club series back to Brighton at Concorde2.
Theatre as comedy, or comedy as therapy? La La's comedic show about group therapy hit most of the right beats at Rialto Theatre.
New soul-jazz soon-to-be superstar singer songwriter Yazmin Lacey is playing the great new space upstairs at Patterns. You don't want to miss this one.
Anton Newcombe and co came to Brighton to tour their spectacular new album ‘Something Else’.
Dublin's Fontaines DC return to Brighton after blowing us away at this year's Great Escape with their blistering Fall-esque post-punk.
What if placebos really work? Seven dancers backed by sounds from viola to electronica. Artists collaborate with scientists in a sinister dance experiment.
Rising psych-rock outfit Club Kuru took to the stage of the Hope & Ruin last week alongside Brighton's own Yumi And The Weather.
A professional woman, happily married, wonderful children. It all goes wrong amid plenty of laughs. No-one is happy now. Great theatre.
Brighton’s Our Girl concluded their national tour with a packed-out dynamic hometown gig at the Haunt, with support from Buzzard and Breathe Panel.
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Brooklyn singer-songwriter Ana Egge comes to Brighton on Monday 29th October. She spoke to SOURCE about her superb new album 'White Tiger'.
Showing what a proper rock star should be, Jack White was back in town with a scorching set of old and new, all bathed in blue.
Nashville resident Dawn Landes gave a virtuoso performance in the tiny Greys pub in Hanover. Brighton Source was there to bear witness.
The Dutch singer-songwriter came with a disciplined band in tow to help her spark a set of organised indie chaos at The Haunt.
The eccentric songwriter's set at the Komedia was an uneven mix of acoustic blues and comic ditties from his days with Monty Python and the Bonzo Dog Band.
Is Gordon still a moron? Jilted John was the surprise hit of 1978. Forty years later he came to Brighton on the band's first UK tour.
Win tickets to see Goldfrapp’s Will Gregory geek out on vintage monosynths at Brighton Dome.
Brighton loses another music venue - Sticky Mike's Frog Bar has announced that the venue will be closing at the end of this year.
Boogaloo Stu teams up with David Bramwell for a night of flashmob dancing, fake orgasms and smutty fun.