‘Dopamine rules!’ After a chaotic 2016 set last time they were in town, what form would DIIV be in for their sold-out show at Chalk?
With an exhibition of some of his most recent ‘Clare in the Community’ cartoons, local funny man Harry Venning has everyone in Gallery 35 chuckling.
One of the most exciting acts around at the moment, LIFE stormed through their blistering new album at the Green Door Store on Monday.
Following a video voting campaign, Dog Of Man’s album is finally unleashed on an expectant crowd. SOURCE were there to capture every riotous moment.
With this collection of superbly executed ink drawings, local artist and gallery owner John Whiting takes us on a moving journey through his sketchbooks.
'Thunder punk' duo Frank & Beans - what happens when a blend of Bukowski, Thelonius Monk and Johnny Cash influences run riot?
A series of moving black and white stills at 35 North Gallery depicts the transience of the world around us.
The first solo exhibition from Brighton photographer, Lyn Holly Coorg, is full of experimental photos of movement and calm, shot all around the world.
Playing their third show in Brighton in less than a year, Dublin's Fontaines DC combine the driving punk of Shame or Idles with the acerbic vocal style of The Fall.
The Delines tour their second album of bittersweet country ballads, with Richmond Fontaine backing the soulful vocals of The Damnations' Amy Boone.
The Minnesota singer and violinist played a superb set from the cobbles of the Green Door Store, with support from M. Butterfly and Mara Simpson.
The Brighton duo made a spectacular comeback with a greatest hits set to mark the closing of Sticky Mike's Frog Bar.
The Carlisle psyche rockers gave us a euphoric set at the Green Door Store, supported by Brighton shoegaze duo Hanya.
Dublin's Fontaines DC return to Brighton after blowing us away at this year's Great Escape with their blistering Fall-esque post-punk.