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 14-20 February

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week. It is A-L-L kicking off as we rattle through the worst of the winter. This week there are international indie pop bands ripping through town, a former Spice Girl smashing it up on a Sunday night, and the most packed Saturday I have seen since before the world went to absolute shite. MONDAY 14 BRUNSWICK – … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 14-20 February

Nierra Creek releases Frontline

Brighton electronic/folk duo have released a brilliant new single, Frontline. Nierra Creek are back with their most heart wrenching offering to date ‘Frontline’. An explosive electronic rock ballad that is both beautiful and breathtakingly sad. In delivering a new found love for thunderous guitars and scorching synths, Nierra Creek have transformed their intimate sound into something Herculean. Speaking about the new track, front-man Ryan Deag … Continue reading Nierra Creek releases Frontline

Fringe 2022: Second batch of tickets on sale now

As the city edges closer to this year’s Brighton Fringe the festival has locked in 100 new events, taking the total to a weighty 350. Better yet, tickets are now on sale, folks. The second release showcases the likes of Brighton’s Singing Barber, Peter Joannou, with a timeless repertoire of swing classics, live and direct from his golden window in The Laines, and the exciting and … Continue reading Fringe 2022: Second batch of tickets on sale now

Pressure builds on Lewes council to cancel boxing day hunt parade

Despite assurances that there will not be a Boxing day parade this year, Lewes council will allow the Southdown and Eridge hunt to peacock their way through the town on 27 December. Fox hunting is an immoral practice that has been illegal in the UK since 2005. And yet, Lewes council has authorised a rolling road block on Monday 27 December to allow the Southdown … Continue reading Pressure builds on Lewes council to cancel boxing day hunt parade

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

Brighton gig guide 7 – 12 December

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week The first Christmas work do weekend of the season is over, so shake the shame out of your head, drink plenty of water and get your peepers round a stockingful of gigs coming up this week. We have got more folk than you can shake a stick out, a Kate Bush tribute act at Brunswick on … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 7 – 12 December

Brighton gig guide 29 Nov – 5 Dec

You guide to live music in Brighton this week So here it is, Merry Christmas, everybody’s resenting their coworkers and wanting to slink off from shitey pre-organised “fun” activities. Yes, yes, yes, it is XMAS WORK DO SEASON, baby. Deck the halls with whatever your boss will allow you to put on the company card and get your peepers wrapped round some stonking great gigs … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 29 Nov – 5 Dec

All Better releasing ‘The Laughing Stock of Me’ on 16 November

Brighton pop punk three-piece, All Better, is releasing ‘The Laughing Stock of Me’ on 16 November through Sugar Free Records. With ‘The Laughing Stock of Me’ All Better took deep dive into the thematically murky waters of self acceptance and have come out swinging with a high-energy, relentlessly catchy banger. While it nods heavily to the band’s roots as a straight-up pop punk outfit, the … Continue reading All Better releasing ‘The Laughing Stock of Me’ on 16 November