In-depth articles about what’s happening in Brighton and interviews with the weird and wonderful people who live here.
As part of our retrospective series on defunct local bands we look back at two decades of absurd antics from notorious Brighton punks Anal Beard.
As part of our retrospective series on local bands we lament the overlooked career of stylish Brighton synthpop quartet Mirrors.
As part of our retrospective series on Brighton bands we revisit the strangely affecting and hugely entertaining 'tweecore' folk pop of The Bobby McGees.
Up and coming electro-pop band, Peakes, had to postpone their Brighton gig. SOURCE asks what they’ve been up to during lockdown.
As part of our retrospective series on classic local bands we delve into the Brighton music scene of the late 70s to unearth the bad-taste punk of The Lillettes.
In a new series of retrospectives on Brighton bands we take another look at the short and controversial career of Britpop forerunners These Animal Men.
In the first of a new series of retrospectives on classic local bands, we revisit the distinctive instrumental music of Brighton krautrockers Electrelane.
Our round-up of new Brighton music - including releases from The Moulettes, Youth Sector, Heights, Abi Flynn, Ciel, Honeybadger and Oddfellow’s Casino.
BOAT reopens with music, theatre and picnics. How did they survive lockdown and what events are on?
As lockdown restrictions relaxed in Brighton, residents found different ways rediscover their peace of mind. Some old, some new.
Playlists are all well and good, but only a live feed brings the club experience to your living room. Here's some of the best club sets we've been enjoying lately.
Our round-up of new Brighton music - including releases from grasshopper, J-Felix, Dog Of Man, Sit Down, Dom Champ, Via Tirana and Hannah Nelson.
Thousands of people took to the streets of Brighton in a show of unity and support for Black Lives Matter.
In our ongoing campaign to support local music venues, SOURCE spoke to Jacko Hooper, Events Manager at the Brunswick, to catch up on the latest.
We know there's more important stuff to be worrying about, but maybe that makes the prospect of a summer with no festivals even more disappointing.
With no gigs to shoot, four Brighton music photographers turned their cameras on the strange and unusual sights of a city in lockdown.
In an effort to keep all our spirits up, Brighton pub, The Jolly Brewer, is posting live bedtime story videos to reach out to the youngest members of our community.
A global documentary photo series depicting communities in lockdown comes to Brighton.
From Zoom portrait clubs to video diaries and global messages of hope - we take a look at some local creative projects that everyone can get involved in.
We spoke to Sally Oakenfold, Creative Director for The Hope & Ruin, for an update on the ongoing crowdfunding campaign to #saveourvenues.
SOURCE looks at some of the promising acts booked to play at TGE before it was forced to pull the plug.
Brighton rapper Jon Clark unveils his monster project RhymeWave, after several decades in the making.
For some people lockdown is a daily reality. Gig Buddies has created a virtual festival to support people for whom isolation is nothing new.
We checked in with the Green Door Store to see how the venue is coping with life during lockdown.
We photographed ten Brighton musicians in their homes on Zoom and asked them about being creative and staying sane during the corona lockdown.