Melting Vinyl presented Yama Warashi and Brighton's ChopChop for an oddly pleasing evening of sonic, organic, woven spells.
Ruinfest brought together some of Brighton's best bands and a few killer out-of-towners for an intense all-dayer at the Hope & Ruin at the end of June.
The 90s Scottish indie kids are all (very) grown up and their nostalgia bandwagon stopped off in Brighton to play a sold-out show at Chalk.
With one of Brighton's biggest and best festivals but weeks away we're already planning how to see as many of the 500 artists as possible across the city.
The 10th Oska Bright fest featured a multitude of cinematic delights created by and starring people with a learning disability and those on the autistic spectrum.
The Oska Bright Film Festival is back for its 10th year with a programme of 80 films made by and starring people with learning disabilities and autism.
New on the Brighton scene, YDN Radio has a vision to support emerging local performers.
The annual psych fest had us heading to a church in Lewes in search of the true meaning of psychedelia.
Brighton does its bit for Independent Music Venue Week with a wide range of gigs at the start of Feb.
The technicolour dream that is the Lewes Psychedelic Festival makes a very welcome return this month.
Darren Jones and Claire Atherton put on a cosy show hosted by Southend-on-Sea record label SoSlam and Brighton independent radio station YourDigitalNetwork.