SOURCE chats censorship, stencilling and hope with long time Brighton spray artist Agente Petruscioni.
Keeping the indie scene afloat in Brighton for more years than he ought to remember, Eddie chatted to SOURCE about his new night, never quite making it and why he will always come back home.
The nights are drawing in so SOURCE went in seek of the man behind Brighton's world-famous lantern parade, Burning the Clocks, to find out what inspired the annual solstice ritual.
Has gay gone away? We spoke to Pride veteran and local DJ Kate Wildblood about clubbing, campaigning and her time as an honorary gay man.
With Brighton Digital Festival humming in the background, we spoke to one of the city's original web pioneers about how he started in the 90s and how Brighton might be losing its edge.
We chatted to the filmmaker, activist and promoter behind this month's two-day punk festival at the Green Door Store.
We chatted to the Brighton wordsmith, musician and mentor about this week's Poets Vs MCs spoken word battle at the Concorde.
To celebrate 21 years of Positive Soundsystem we spoke to the man responsible for many of the best free parties in Brighton.
Dylan Nyoukis is chief “talent sniffer” for Colour Out Of Space, Brighton’s festival of experimental sound.
We chatted to the producer and curator for TEDxBrighton about the event she's putting on at the Corn Exchange this month.
Jim Mitchell runs Over The Moon festival, which pops up every September in the Sussex countryside.
The walrus guy Gumtree ad – who was responsible for that? We can reveal it was Chris, just one of his hoaxes.
The musically multi-talented Jonny Reggae, DJ, label owner, record shop-runner (the list goes on) talks about doing it DIY.
Andy Rossiter promotes gigs with the Love Thy Neighbour collective, whose label has released music by Abi Wade and Us Baby Bear Bones.
Adrian Bunting passed away in May. Before his death he put in place plans for Brighton Open Air Theatre.
Brighton Fringe is the largest open access arts festival in England. Julian Caddy has been festival director since 2011.
Ex Stompa Phunk boss took over Bagelman chain after running nightclubs like Audio and Coalition for many years.
Tatty Seaside Town promoter Colin Wakefield celebrates 10 years of leftfield gigs with the TST.X festival.
Under the watchful eye of Promotions Manager Matt Bassant, Audio has become the place to see upcoming house DJs.
As his second cinema gets ready to open at the Komedia, we talk to the man who keeps us in proper films.
This year marks the 10th edition of Cinecity, the Brighton film festival. Co-director Tim Brown has been involved from the start.
As well as bringing hip hop’s greatest talents to Brighton, Tom Hines has supported dozens of aspiring rappers through workshops and onto the stage.
Dr David Bramwell’s lengthy CV includes creating the Cheeky Guides, hosting The Catalyst Club and fronting the Oddfellow’s Casino.
Other business's that have occupied the site in the last 10 years have failed, but then came the arrival of Matt Dimmack and The Haunt.
Simon Parker’s Cable Club shows have given a leg up to almost every Brighton band of note in the past decade.