The Happy Mondays returned to Brighton this week - older, straighter, maybe even wiser, but definitely still contenders.
The world renowned turntablist and scratch DJ pioneer comes to Brighton to play two intimate shows.
The recently reformed alt rockers came to Brighton not to relive their 90s heyday, but to bury it. The band's set at The Haunt last week was both captivating and catastrophic.
Future Islands returned to Brighton for a show that mixed all the usual improv interpretative dance with synth heavy indie - but the balance was a tad off.
After a year's hiatus the experimental music festival returns to Newhaven Fort for a day of free jazz, sound art and pure noise.
A new Brighton festival celebrates the music of migrants and refugees with a week of truly diverse gigs and events.
Fans can sometimes make a gig; they can also risk ruining them - as we found out at Tindersticks' Brighton Festival cine-concert at the Dome.
One Inch Badge treat us to another winter weekender with a superb bill of hand-picked acts including Metz, Willis Earl Beal and the mighty Lightning Bolt.
Deerhunter and Atlas Sound are coming to Hove this October - missing Halloween by a whisker.
Two Welsh pop juggernauts are coming to Brighton's Basement at an unmissable 'buy one get one free' deal.
It's about time Brighton had its own proper music festival. Enter TTP - by the people for the people.
British Sea Power are warming up for their anniversary tour at the Concorde this June.
Moon Duo brought their hypnotic rhythms - now with live drums, to The Haunt on Thursday
A new fetish bar launches next week - we got a sneak peak at the kinky dungeon hidden somewhere beneath the city centre.
A jam-packed gig at an unlikely venue saw the singer back on form and clearly loving it - along with the lucky punters who made it in.
The former Pavement frontman does a good impression of a classic rock icon with the latest version of his band, The Jicks.
The Pavement frontman brings his stunning rock abstraction to The Old Market.
Nick Cave and co kicked off their UK tour with a hometown show at the Dome that was both defiant and triumphant.
The one-time James Brown impersonator now reborn as 'The Screaming Eagle of Soul'. What a voice.
The Flaming Lips tarted up the Dome with some flamboyant visuals but could the band's sound rise to the occasion?
Despite a fresh and revitalised new album, BSP's double-set show at the Old Market left us mostly in remembrance of things past.
Between 1987 and 1989 the Mondays played Brighton four times but they haven’t ventured down since - until now.
The Fat Possum duo return to the Green Door Store and Brighton after two years.
The minimalist composer reworks Radiohead songs with the help of the London Sinfonietta.
Despite some moments of brilliance the indie rockers' dalliance with Mexicana promises more than it delivers, reports Jake Kennedy.
Expectations were riding high for the first UK appearance of the Virginia bluesman, but can he cut it live? Sort of, writes Jake Kennedy.
Everyone was convinced the band's sparse atmospherics would be lost in the Brighton Centre. Everyone was wrong.
Real Estate guitarist Matthew Mondanile’s Ducktails project should prove intoxicating in a venue of this size.
Possibly one of the greatest things about Calexico is the way they make ensemble performance look effortless, and they clearly still love it.
Long-time Outkast associate, Killer Mike, brings tracks from his most recent (and excellent), ‘R.A.P. Music’ album to the venue tonight.
Jake Kennedy witnessed the triumphant return of the 70s folk musician recently rescued from decades of obscurity.
Their record seamlessly unites soul, electronica and indie rock – but can the Minneapolis musos make it work live?
They may have lost out on the Mercury prize, but the psychedelic rockers are getting better every time we see them.
The hits came as an afterthought in what was essentially a theatrical journey through the increasingly wayward mind of Kevin Roland.
Too many bands are reforming, but these Brummies never split – despite leaving 26 years between albums.
Turns out the Gorky's singer is still a lovable oddball, his new band delivering a set of happy-go-lucky ditties from sunny Wales.
Euros Childs is back in Brighton this week, playing to his charming glam-rock strengths once more.