Recently released to rave reviews, Michael Kiwanuka’s third album received its first live outing at an intimate acoustic show at Chalk.
BSP played a blinder at Concorde 2 this month at the inaugural Rejoyce festival. SOURCE photographer Sarah Brownlow was there for the snapping.
One of the most exciting acts around at the moment, LIFE stormed through their blistering new album at the Green Door Store on Monday.
Ahead of his show in Portslade later this month, the legendary DJ tells us about the records and nights in Brighton that have been key to his musical journey.
Ever on the ascendant, Brighton's Yonaka treat the Concorde 2 to a triumphant evening of raucous indie-rock and blistering anthems.
The enigmatic Deerhunter returned to Brighton at Concorde 2, offering far more than your standard gig experience. Boring it was not...
The live space-disco outfit returned to Brighton on a wet and windy Sunday evening in support of their eponymous debut LP.
He don’t drink, don’t smoke but what he does do is put on an amazing live show, this time wrapped around his first solo album, 'Friend Or Foe'.
Human cloning. Gail Louw's adaption of David Daniel's book. Theatre that explores complex social, moral and scientific issues. Writing and acting of distinction.
Norwegian four-piece Pom Poko played two sold-out gigs at the Hope & Ruin and impressed with their quirky bouncy thrash-prog aesthetic.
Though it's been some years since they released a full album, the Canadian trio are touring again bringing their scuzzy math punk back to Brighton.
Neil Hannon's new album 'Office Politics' takes a swipe at the horrors of the nine to five. We clocked in to take the minutes.
Dublin's post-punks The Murder Capital brought an infectious energy to Concorde 2 with a setlist drawn from their cracking debut 'When I Have Fears'.
Frank Skinner might not be the lad he once was, but this sold-out show saw him return to his original day job with as many laughs and dirty stories as ever.
The new Lighthouse exhibition features three installations including Darren Emerson's Common Ground about the Aylesbury Estate in London.
Fabrica invites us to explore new sights through old eyes in this fascinating virtual reality installation by internationally acclaimed artist Lindsay Seers.
High-camp Grand Guignol and proto-punk classics were the order of the day as ringmaster Alice Cooper rocked the Brighton Centre.
A brand new festival of theatre brings over a dozen one-person shows to Lewes mixing comedy and social drama with historical themes and local tales.
Riding their rapid ascent with style, Brighton's Yonaka bring their mix of heavy rock and soaring melodic pop to the Concorde 2 for their biggest show to date.
Acid Box Productions bring the sunshine with The Mauskovic Dance Band and Los Bitchos at Patterns.
Join local record label Tru Thoughts to celebrate their 20th birthday with a two floor takeover of Patterns.
An exciting new exhibition at Brighton Museum unveils a largely unseen collection of Japanese woodblock prints from the 18th and 19th centuries.
Brighton's Two Piers celebrated 40 years of co-operative living at a party with speakers including Caroline Lucas, Helen Russell and Alexandra Phillips.
We cross into the dimension of Codex Serafini to find out how a 1970s encyclopaedia inspired them to become Brighton’s most mysterious band.
Almost 20 years on from their first album 'My Pain And Sadness Is More Sad And Painful Than Yours' Mclusky were back in Brighton at a busy Concorde 2.