It’s (almost) come home

Ring the bells, dance in the street and rejoice. Non league football is admitting fans – albeit at reduced numbers and with social distancing measures in place. In one small way football has come home. The incumbent Tory government has got football very wrong, very often. Since the Covid pandemic kicked off we have had; Matt Hancock, the world’s smarmiest prick (Undercurrent Awards 2020) scapegoating … Continue reading It’s (almost) come home

Live is Alive! Brings music back to Brighton

Live music is coming back to Brighton with Live is Alive! A collaborative event backed by a host of the city’s venues. Brighton music venues have joined together to put on a series of live gigs at The Dome to help raise support for the city’s beleaguered music scene. Live Is Alive! will take place at the Brighton Dome and via livestream over four consecutive … Continue reading Live is Alive! Brings music back to Brighton

Brighton Fringe kicking off this Thursday

Header image by Andy O’Hara // Instagram: @aoharaphoto The Brighton Fringe Autumn Edition is kicking off this Thursday 1 October, with tickets on sale now. The wonderful, wonderful Brighton Fringe is returning with an Autumn Edition 1-31 October, bringing a range of Covid-safe comedy, theatre and music performances to our fair city. With the initial event cancelled due to lockdown measures, the Fringe team has … Continue reading Brighton Fringe kicking off this Thursday

Horror short Chitarra Maledetta Part One releasing this Sunday

This Sunday 27 September will see the release of Chitarra Maledetta Part One, a horror short inspired by the films of Dario Argento and his work with the prog rock band Goblin. Chitarra maledetta part one, from by Pysch_o_Delilah productions, is being released Sunday 27 September on Youtube, with its accompanying soundtrack going live on Bandcamp at the same time. “It is a short horror … Continue reading Horror short Chitarra Maledetta Part One releasing this Sunday

Undercurrent issue three released

Undercurrent issue three: Return to service has been released to the world. Featuring 52 pages of interviews, features, research publications and various other lovely things the magazine takes a detailed look at the very strange life we find ourselves in. UC003 is centered around the food and drink market of our fair city, from tins on the beach to eating out to help, our basic … Continue reading Undercurrent issue three released

In conversation with: The Tinfluencers

As part of Undercurrent’s deeply scientific investigation into the tin drinking habits of our fair public we spoke to some of the best and booziest minds around to get their take on the big questions surrounding the purchasing and drinking of tins. What is your earliest memory of drinking tins? Jake Hawkes: Aged about 15, taking a few cans of Stella from the garden shed … Continue reading In conversation with: The Tinfluencers

Bloody Death releases Never Have I Ever video

Brighton’s premier lo-fi rock solo act, Bloody Death has released a video for its latest single, Never Have I Ever. The second track off the band’s 2020 release After Hours Dreaming, Never Have I Ever is a wonderfully angular, measured journey to a very nice phasey climax. Filmed throughout the hills of Andalusia, where Ted Foster found himself at the outbreak of the ole ‘rona … Continue reading Bloody Death releases Never Have I Ever video

Independent Black Businesses: Create change with your cash

Change starts with choices. The way in which we spend our money can have a profound impact on the social make up of our communities. Independent Black Businesses is a platform that helps promote black-owned firms both in Brighton and Hove and throughout the UK.  Independent Black Businesses: “Following another horrific, unjust murder of a black man, the death of George Floyd, I felt compelled … Continue reading Independent Black Businesses: Create change with your cash