Ladies and gentlemen welcome to Drawing Club – where artistic creativity runs free, and phallic themes are rife (you can thank organisers Cult Milk for that). Taking place at The Hope & Ruin every 2nd Tuesday of the month, the free event sees participants attempting to draw their way to […]

Cult Milk: Drawing Club @ The Hope & Ruin (14/03/17)


Love Supreme 2017 Jacksons Live
It’s back folks, and the lineup this year looks as hot as ever! If you love jazz, soul, funk and everything in between this is the festival for you. Also if you like bringing your camping chair into the live music tents then this is also the festival for you […]

Preview: Love Supreme Festival 2017


Sophie Ellis-Bextor
Sophie Ellis-Bextor In January 2014, Sophie Ellis-Bextor – who’d scored six UK top 10 singles by that point – released Wanderlust, an album full of baroque chamber pop and experimental flirtations with folk. The sudden shift away from the disco and dance of old was seen as risky by many, […]

Review: Getting Familia with Sophie Ellis-Bextor



Duncan Reid And The Big Heads. Saturday 4 February at The Prince Albert was set to be a great night of rock n roll. Yeah! There are only two people in the entire world who can claim to have played with the Ramones while not actually being tagged with the […]

Review: Duncan Reid visits Brighton


Swedish Dou Johnossi with a new Video for ‘Hands’ When asked to identify countries with police brutality issues, UK listeners may be forgiven for not immediately thinking of Sweden. Yet Swedish indie duo Johnossi seek to tackle this current affair from the perspective of both the victim and the perpetrator […]

New Video for Johnossi


Birmingham based artist Stealth released a new music video for ‘How Much Further’, the last song to be taken from his Verse EP. Released last week, ‘How Much Further’ features a trio of tearaway youths trespassing through a rundown warehouse, complete with frenetic street-dance choreography, all driven by the weighty […]

New Video for Stealth



Gabrielle Aplin, photo by Gili Dailes
There was a lot of love in The Haunt when Gabrielle took to the stage, and not just because of Valentine’s Day. The British singer (now a Brighton local – but more on that later) was a powerful figure on stage, her stunning voice filling the room, bathing a full […]

Review: Gabrielle Aplin @ The Haunt 14/02/17


From The Jam
From The Jam It has been many a year since I last saw The Jam, in fact I was on their road crew in Edinburgh when they played a small venue called Clouds in July back in 1977! All Around The World was the single out at that time. Told […]

Review: Hot and Sticky with From The Jam


Sit back, relax, enjoy. Chilled, blissful, melodic hip-hop for you to relax to. We’ve scoured the web to deliver 10 of our favourite chill-hop records directly to your ears. Hit play and let it wash over you.

10 Essential Chill-Hop Records You Need In Your Life



sam jordan and the dead buoys brighton
Come with us now on a trip through psychedelic soundscapes and country rock & roll from a brilliant Brighton band. Expect mystical trips through mysterious lands as Sam Jordan & The Dead Buoys deliver an absolute gem of an E.P, all recorded on 16 track tape to keep true to […]

Sam Jordan & The Dead Buoys – Thoughts Of Paradise ...


Sex Pissed Dolls
You better believe it! Punk is still alive and kicking and that night it had even more with long hair, lipstick, ripped fishnets and a bucket load of attitude! The Haunt: Brighton 19/10/2016 “The performance and energy you witness at a Sex Pissed Dolls gig has to be seen to […]

Review: Sex Pissed Dolls – Anarchy in Brighton


Glen Matlock
Glen Matlock This was set to be a special evening, an evening with Glen Matlock. Glen Matlock has truly left his mark on the music industry throughout his career. Glen is an English musician and is probably best known for being the bass guitarist in the original line-up of the […]

Review: An evening with Sex Pistol Glen Matlock