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.
Uncompromising punks Idles brought an anarchic live performance to the Komedia for a guest-only show in support of their new album.
Brash duo Slaves showed off tracks from their new album at a lunchtime in-store, substituting their usual combative percussion for beatboxing and biscuits.
Brighton's artrepublic has annexed the shop next door and turned it into an extra gallery space for exhibitions and all sorts of arty events.
Powering on through Day Two at The Great Escape we catch standout sets from Kojey Radical, Bodega and Superorganism.
Novelist, Pale Waves and Goat Girl are among our highlights on the first day of The Great Escape.
Laughing in the face of death, murder and suicide, The Handsome Family celebrated the 20th anniversary of gloomy masterpiece 'Through The Trees' with a seriously fun show at St George's Church.
The Mercury Prize winning singer songwriter unveiled a dramatic staging of new album ‘I Tell A Fly’ at the Dome last week for the opening date of his UK tour.
Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy headed up an inspiring evening of spoken word which also featured Attila The Stockbroker and an array of Brighton's best local poets.
Lamb take us on a journey for their 21st anniversary tour and prove that after all this time they still don’t miss a beat.
Brighton Pride 2017 saw a flamboyant street parade and an outstanding headline set from the Pet Shop Boys.
It was a disappointing outing for the NY hip hop crew on the 25th anniversary of their classic debut.
We caught up with the cult indie band who you may remember if you used to hang around the Zap in the 80s.
The Selecter came to the Concorde last month to deliver a perfect package of feelgood ska.