This is not a review. It's a love-letter to Brighton's music scene and 10 years of Green Door Store
The return of live music continued at pace with Fontaines DC impressing at their Resident Records outstore show.
Brighton’s skyline was flooded with lasers last week - we spoke to the artist involved to get the inside track.
Thousands of people took to the streets of Brighton in a show of unity and support for Black Lives Matter.
We spoke to Sally Oakenfold, Creative Director for The Hope & Ruin, for an update on the ongoing crowdfunding campaign to #saveourvenues.
The Orielles came to Chalk days after the release of their second album and played to impress, wooing us with a fresh and upbeat take on indie rock.
A cosmic, Neapolitan ice cream of psych bands rewarded those who braved Storm Dennis, as Japanese Television delighted a sold-out Hope & Ruin.
Brighton's Yakul injected some groove into a wet and dreary Monday night with a set of original and captivating neo-soul songs at Komedia.
The enigmatic Deerhunter returned to Brighton at Concorde 2, offering far more than your standard gig experience. Boring it was not...
Brighton folk-powerhouse trio Liemba announce EP launch for ‘Ever Evolving’ at a revitalised BLEACH on Thursday 28th November.
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'.
Acid Box Productions bring the sunshine with The Mauskovic Dance Band and Los Bitchos at Patterns.
Different from anything else we're listening to - the glam rock of Bowie, Elton-esque keys and madcap Father John Misty vocals will get under your skin.
The runaway train that is Fat White Family is back in town. Would said train remain fixed to its tracks? Review and pictures from their Concorde2 show.
The Coathangers commence their long-awaited UK tour in Brighton, promoting their latest album, ‘The Devil You Know’, with a knockout live performance.
Fontaines D.C. star is burning brightly, and the Dublin band's post-punk won over a sold-out Haunt. Our review sets out why should see them ASAP...
Fun! Fun! Fun! Sports Team deliver a huge performance that more than justifies the hype. Energy, theatre and fun by the bucketload.
Sports Team. They’re coming to Brighton. They have a song about Ashton Kutcher. And you should go and see them at Patterns.
The Kardashians on a wild acid trip... The Blinders hit The Haunt in Brighton with support from Brighton faves White Room.
Anton Newcombe and co came to Brighton to tour their spectacular new album ‘Something Else’.
Brooklyn rockers Sunflower Bean have skipped the second album syndrome and came to Concorde 2 with a performance that left us excited for the next phase of the band.
Avalanche Party review - a feral, wild garage sound that sounds like post-punk got into a fight with psych.
Photographer Ashley Laurence set out to discover the 'bright' in Brighton, reflecting February's bold winter sunshine in this month's Street Source.
The Blinders - a violent gasp of hope is coated in revolutionary rock'n'roll swagger at Sticky Mike's
Avalanche Party roll into town hotly tipped as one of 2018's most exciting acts. Get to The Hope to see for yourself.
Brighton-based Guernsey band Of Empires are back with new tunes, with support from Arcades and Dead Natives.
Green Door Store hosted ‘Gruesome Twosomes’, a showcase of some of the finest two-piece acts around. Earplugs required.
Big, heavy, and a sound all of their own. Tigercub reach new heights after six years of touring, packing out Concorde 2 in their biggest hometown show yet.
Wading in with their vitriolic take on the political landscape, we expect blood, sweat and tears when The Blinders hit Sticky Mike's.
Find out the story behind the Angel of Brighton, the latest in a long line of spectacular street art.
Liam Gallagher - Britain's biggest rock 'n' roll star - lit up The Brighton Centre. As you were, Brighton.
Algiers popped over from Atlanta to mesmerise Brighton's Haunt with industrial noise, soulful vocals and a political message of power to the people.
Pip Blom - incredibly catchy hooks, grunge meets lo-fi fuzz pop, fresh from Amsterdam. What's not to like? SOURCE reviews from Sticky Mikes' Frog Bar.
Psych-pop rockers White Room played to an enthused Hope & Ruin crowd on the first night of their debut headline tour.
The Horrors came to the Sussex campus on the Halloween weekend to captivate the crowd with their ever-evolving brew of electronica and post-punk.
This Feeling's Alive tour saw an array of talent come to Patterns as The Shimmer Band, Bang Bang Romeo, BlackWaters and Sons hit town.
With a host of talented Brighton bands at Reading festival, SOURCE hit the road with Of Empires to see if rumours of a 'This Feeling' revolution were true...
Mantras bring their dance-fuelled rock to the Green Door Store on the 30th Sept, with support from The Rapports and The Psychotic Monks
Dressed in drag, inciting a riot and dragging fans around stage, The Moonlandingz made their presence felt.
The rise of the Aussie psych band continues as Pond hit Concorde 2
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard took rock and roll to a new level by crowdsurfing into the sea from the Concorde 2.
Street Source showcases photos taken around Brighton over the course of a month. April saw Ashley Laurence snap Brighton's creative types.
Cameron Avery, bassist from Tame Impala, bought an intimate set laced with Australian charm to Bleach.
Californian dream-pop wonders Warpaint painted Brighton Dome with early summer vibes. Source were there to review and photograph.
Akala celebrated 10 years of being in the UK hip hop game by packing out Concorde 2 in Brighton. SOURCE was there to review and photograph the show.
We met Mantras and Of Empires ahead of Party at the Races to discover the best local bands, if NME's lost it, and how to get a pub partying using glowsticks.
Photographer Ashley Laurence roamed a sunny Brighton in the mood to party - with parades through town, a bit of footy and some rock’n’roll.
Can Goodmoney vouchers inject £1m into the local economy by 2020? SOURCE went to the launch to find out how it works.
Dolly Rocket hosted a raucous night of music and entertainment, including a manic set from Arthur Brown, that raised over £2000 for the Nepal appeal.
Hundreds of people gathered for flames and fireworks by the West Pier as Brighton Festival drew to a magical close.
The New Zealand post rockers returned to the UK after an absence of 11 years, ably supported at Bleach by Brighton's Wild Cat Strike and Written In Waters.
Mantras' first Brighton show saw them playing alongside Robbie Ransom and Jo Deer at The Joker.