Nick Cave is touring a question and answer show around Europe and the UK, ending at Brighton in June.
Playing their third show in Brighton in less than a year, Dublin's Fontaines DC combine the driving punk of Shame or Idles with the acerbic vocal style of The Fall.
Ahead of Loop’s upcoming gig at The Haunt, their frontman chats to us about psychedelics, merch rip-offs and playing in Brighton.
Our round-up of new Brighton music - including albums by Rokurokubi and Oli Spleen, an EP from Lazybones and singles by Dom Champ, Hatter and Night House.
An eclectic all-day exploration of musical innovation featuring White Denim and Goat Girl, and only a stone's throw from town.
A wonderfully curated evening of past and future psychedelia, headlined by AK/DK, unfurled beneath a swirling multicoloured church roof.
Photographer Mike Tudor looks at what it's like to return to Brighton after 18 months away. You can't go home again.
Ollie Quinn eyewear boutique has opened its doors for emerging artists to hold exhibitions, starting this month with paintings by Oriele Steiner.
After playing at Brighton Festival with Carleen Anderson last year, this rising sax star of the UK jazz scene is back in town with her own band.
People do stuff they've never done before and write about it. Victoria finally took the plunge and got her first tattoo. And it didn't even hurt... that much.
Brighton's Dog of Man showcase their unique brand of anarchic, accordion-led punk rock at The Brunswick this month.
A tranquil crowd sat transfixed in St George’s Church, receiving the precision audioscapes of indie heroes Low as the snow silenced the city outside.
Quincy Jones’ multi-talented protégé Jacob Collier brings his many-layered, genre-busting magic to the Concorde this month.
Brighton's poets and rappers ended their 16-year feud with an epic spoken word battle at the Concorde. The victor here is the winner forever, right? Well...
Sports Team. They’re coming to Brighton. They have a song about Ashton Kutcher. And you should go and see them at Patterns.
Local photographer Babak Roshan took his camera around the city's pubs, clubs and cafes to capture a regular slice of Brighton nightlife.
Brighton’s legendary spoken word battle is winding down after 16 years. We spoke to the team captains to find out why the war of words is finally over.
2018 was a great year for new music. We highlight four Brighton albums released in the last year that you may have missed but really shouldn't.
Lewes Psychedelic Festival is forecast to get weird with the likes of AK/DK and Swedish Death Candy bringing the noise to the unsuspecting people of Lewes.
The Berlin-based Swedish singer Molly Nilsson brings her dark synth pop, astute lyrics and CD backing track to the Hope & Ruin.
The Delines tour their second album of bittersweet country ballads, with Richmond Fontaine backing the soulful vocals of The Damnations' Amy Boone.
The Minnesota singer and violinist played a superb set from the cobbles of the Green Door Store, with support from M. Butterfly and Mara Simpson.
The Brighton duo made a spectacular comeback with a greatest hits set to mark the closing of Sticky Mike's Frog Bar.
Brighton Source writer-photographer Jon Southcoasting took a stroll along the coast to the tiny hillside village of Telscombe and documented his walk.
Been stuck at home and ready to let rip for New Year's Eve? Here's our pick of Brighton's best club nights for the last party of 2018.