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Music reviews and previews in Brighton & Beyond.


The very first Night Garden Festival took place this weekend in the beautiful Firle Park located in the South Downs. Between the sheep, the cows and the little stream- a small stage, a bar and just the right number of food trucks, bell tents and sitting areas were set for […]

Gallery: Night Garden Festival


Brighton was more colourful than usual this weekend, with Pride events taking place thgoughout the city. With estimates from the Police and council of almost 400,000 people attending the different scenes, this was by far the biggest Pride Festival Weekend Brighton has ever seen – if you look down you […]

Gallery: Brighton Pride Festival


Love Supreme Festival returned for its 5th year, turning a field on the outskirts of the sleepy village of Hobbiton Glynde into a hub of jazz, soul, funk, and disco for the weekend. Here’s our collection of highlights in photos, as captured by Gili Dailes. Read the full review here. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” […]

Gallery: Love Supreme



Love Supreme Festival returned for its 5th year, turning a field on the outskirts of the sleepy village of Hobbiton Glynde into a hub of jazz, soul, funk, and disco for the weekend. We headed down on Saturday afternoon, meandering through a sea of camping chairs and picnic rugs to see […]

Review: Love Supreme Festival 2017


On a hot and sticky night in June, Kool & the Gang take to the stage in matching sequinned shirts, with no regard for the temperature, glistening under the lights of the Brighton Dome as only a 1970’s funk band should. With an energy and enthusiasm that in no way […]

Review: Kool & the Gang @ Brighton Dome


Fancy trying something bold, exciting and ambitious this Friday? You Cry Wolf promise exactly that at their multi-sensory show ‘ONLY GOD: a dreamscape’. This is the bands latest immersive show at The Green Door Store on the 16th of June 2017. You Cry Wolf wanted to create a space for the audience […]

Preview: ONLY GOD: A Dreamscape – You Cry Wolf @ ...



The legendary American funk band Kool & The Gang is heading down South and will hit the stage of Brighton Dome next week Kool & The Gang will be performing all time favourites such as Celebration, Ladies Night, Get Down On It, Jungle Boogie and Joanna- hits that have placed […]

Preview: Kool & the Gang @ Brighton Dome


Blackfield, a music collaborative formed by Porcupine Tree’s Steven Wilson and Israeli rocker Aviv Geffen have gone on tour around Europe in support of their latest album, ‘V’. We caught Aviv & Blackfield at the Islington Assembly Hall in London on Friday and enjoyed 90 minutes of pure music escapism. […]

Review: Blackfield @ Islington Assembly Hall


Our photographer Gili Dailes used her lunch breaks wisely on both Thursday and Friday and went over to Cafe Plenty to catch quality music brought to you by Back in the Woods Promotions as part of The Alternative Escape.   An hour was not enough time to cover this great […]

Music Weekend in Brighton



Big Spring have just announced their first ever headline tour as a band. They will kick things off in Leicester on July 7th and tour across the country throughout the month. Big Spring will be wrapping things up at Brighton’s Hope & Ruin on 27th July (with a FREE ENTRY show!), shortly […]

Big Spring Announce First Headline Tour


The new exciting Brightonian art collective, aka WONK, have launched their first event – Plastic Parlour-  at the Green Door Store last night. A bubble machince, baloons, old-school candies and special WONK energy drinks and stickers have really complimented the unique performances by Attic Nova, KUB, Tuval (with Strings)  and […]

Gallery: Plastic Parlour at the Green Door Store


Brighton based Good Guy Clarence enchant with their first live session filmed with Wavey Head. Playing two songs, Teach Me to Dance and Truisms, the 10-minute session is the visual and audio equivalent of a deep breath: refreshing, relaxing and straight up good for the soul. Opening with soft lighting, […]

Review: Good Guy Clarence – Live Wavey Head Session