In-depth articles about what’s happening in Brighton and interviews with the weird and wonderful people who live here.
Paul Weller's sister has curated a unique exhibition of Jam and Style Council artefacts and memorabilia alongside a season of related gigs and events.
Local label Difficult Art And Music soon celebrates a year of putting out short-run releases of sound art, academic curiosities and "stuff you need to untangle".
In a series of paintings of trees, Brighton artist, Tony Felstead, explores the reassuringly constant role that trees play in our ever-changing city.
We spoke to rapper Jed about running nights for new Brighton artists, making music and how the local hip hop scene managed to survive through lockdown.
This year's Brighton Fringe is teeming with local talent. Highlights include an ode to Woodstock, a radical history tour and the tale of a Brighton prostitute.
Ahead of their long-awaited UK tour Dream Wife chatted to SOURCE about the power of storytelling, shared experiences and the energy of live gigs.
Photographer Danny Fitzpatrick went backstage during a production of Footloose the Musical to capture what goes on behind the scenes at this historic theatre.
Brighton's independent vinyl outlets are holding back the tide of streaming and enticing ever more music lovers through their doors. Here are some of the best.
Our round-up of new Brighton music - including releases from ELLiS·D, Dog of Man, Libra Libra, Hutch, The Family Grave, Oli Spleen and DITZ.
The theatrical smash hit STOMP returns to The Old Market for a special set of homecoming performances.
Soul legend Candi Staton is returning to Love Supreme Festival and we got to speak to her at her home in Georgia.
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.
Suffragettes, swimmers and soldiers in disguise - shining a light on influential local women from the past.
Artist Michael Pantelli unveils his new works inspired by vintage comic books and classic cartoons.
New on the Brighton scene, YDN Radio has a vision to support emerging local performers.
Our round-up of new Brighton music - including releases from Penelope Isles, Yumi And The Weather, Nick Hudson, Georgia Train and Laura-Mary Carter.
Lantern trails, funfairs and more Santas than you can imagine... where to get festive with kids in Brighton.
We quizzed the Brighton pub quiz host who gave away £1,000 to a team at the Mucky Duck for beating his absurd music and trivia game.
This week is the last chance to catch eclectic female photography exhibition Hundred Heroines.
Brighton Digital Festival returns with a week of events exploring stuff like AI, biotech and virtual reality.
As the Brighton Festival continues across Sussex, we've picked out five highlights from a densely packed programme of events and installations.
A new compilation celebrates 20 years of funk and soul from world-renowned label Jalapeno Records.
From the North Laine to Mongolia, Cinecity's lineup is typically eclectic and original this year - catch it before the city's key film festival ends.
As part of our retrospective series on local bands we look back at the hugely influential and ever-challenging anarcho-punk collective Poison Girls.
We spoke to the team at the Rose Hill to find out how a series of new creative projects is helping this unique Brighton venue to cope with the current crisis.