Brighton gig guide 19 – 24 April

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week Undercurrent is back from a Euro weekender and subsequent bank holiday revelry to bring you the best live music in town this week. There is former Big Brother contestants getting hot at The Hope, wonderful soul stylings at Green Door and a Tarantino-approved Japanese garage rock sensation at Patterns. Love, just bloody absolutely love it we … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 19 – 24 April

Brighton gig guide 21-27 March

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week. Live music is hurtling back at an absolute pace. This week we have De La Soul bringing their legendary hip hop stylings to Chalk, an Italo-disco party at Rossi Bar, and a general tidal wave of sick bands playing sick shows every single day of the week. Love it. Ticket links: Brunswick // Web Chalk // … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 21-27 March

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

Interview: Jed, AGB Live – Brighton’s grassroots hip hop scene is growing, and you need to pay attention

In venue basements and bedroom studios, Brighton’s grassroots hip hop scene is growing. Brighton is becoming a growing name in the UK hip hop scene. An inclusive, community-led DIY ethos is helping nurture a new wave of diverse talent. With no rule book, no genre restrictions, and unlimited enthusiasm, something is growing by the sea. We got into it with Jed, rapper and founder of … Continue reading Interview: Jed, AGB Live – Brighton’s grassroots hip hop scene is growing, and you need to pay attention

Brighton gig guide 7 – 13 March

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week. We are here, live and direct from spring time (officially). The nights are getting longer, the itch to beach beer is growing, and the city is beginning to bloom into life after two years of cultural winter. This week there one hell of a lot of live events happening the city. Barry from Eastenders is hosting … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 7 – 13 March

Nightlyfe: Dancing for equity in events

Nightlfye is an events collab pushing for equity, safety, and inclusion in the late night music scene. Leann Yfrah and Emma Boxley give us the lowdown on the project, and interview up and coming BN1 DJRobbie Ballentine. Imagine, you spend years perfecting your craft. You invest whatever money you may have into your equipment and pour your heart into your work. Until finally your talent … Continue reading Nightlyfe: Dancing for equity in events

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

Poems by Post interview: Support creativity in hard times

Poems by Post is an independent poetry subscription service running straight out of Brighton. Each month subscribers receive a hand-curated package of writing and artwork from a new artists. We got into it with Alex from Poems by Post to discuss the ethos of the project, the highs, the lows, and the value of tangible art in a modern world. UC: Can you give an … Continue reading Poems by Post interview: Support creativity in hard times