Brighton gig guide 14-20 March

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week. Ring the bells, rev the engines, order the drinks, Brighton is absolutely wall to wall with gigs this week. Not only have we got basically every pub going ballistic for St Patrick’s Day Thursday onwards, all bloody corners of the city will be pumping with tunes from Monday and barely stopping. Strap yourself in and live, … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 14-20 March

Brighton gig guide 13-19 December

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week This is life, but not quite as we know it. Your boss doesn’t quite know what to ask of you, shops are always busy, but no one is properly off for Christmas yet, it is unclear if you can totally shirk all responsibility, but it kinda feels that way. So what better way to sashay through … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 13-19 December

Interview: Alfie Neale on new single ‘She doesn’t love me’ art collabs, and cold pints

Brighton singer/songwriter Alfie Neale is dropping his new single ‘She doesn’t love me’ just in time for the weekend. Alfie Neale is a singer, songwriter, and producer, hailing from Dorset and now based in Brighton, England. His upcoming release ‘She Doesn’t Love Me’ is set for release on the 15th of October (This Friday). His sound is an emotive and brave mix of styles, investigating elements of … Continue reading Interview: Alfie Neale on new single ‘She doesn’t love me’ art collabs, and cold pints

Brighton gig guide 20-26 September

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week. There is always something going on in Brighton. This week 20-26 September there are award-winning grime acts at patterns,, punk bangers at Pipeline, and some Leonard Cohen tributes for the lonesome among us. Undercurrent has trawled the depths of the internet to bring you the most comprehensive guide to live music this week. TUESDAY 21 BRUNSWICK … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 20-26 September

Music: Loda.mi release second single, Stay True

Brighton electronic pop duo Loda.mi have released their second single, the achingly beautiful Stay True. Following on from debut single Dial-up, Stay True is a deeply personal ode to breaking through barriers and facing oneself in order to overcome struggles and creative output. The track sets this exploration of self-doubt against an airy electronic soundscape – a juxtaposition that only serves to highlight the weight … Continue reading Music: Loda.mi release second single, Stay True

Pubs: Over 200 business leaders call on Govt for emergency support

More than 200 business leaders from the pub and hospitality sector have called on the government for immediate emergency support. A letter, co-signed by more than 200 members of the British pub and hospitality sectors, has warned that without immediate financial assistance a wave of closures is inevitable. UKHospitality, the British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA), the British Institute of Innkeeping (BII), and a raft … Continue reading Pubs: Over 200 business leaders call on Govt for emergency support