Yonaka at Chalk, Brighon | Photo by Gili Dailes
After a busy month touring the EU & UK, Yonaka have finished off their tour with a homecoming show in Brighton. Our photographer Gili was there to capture some moments for you. Our verdict: When Yonaka take the stage they are a force to be reckoned with. They are there […]

Gallery: Yonaka @ Chalk


Palace, photo by Keerthana Kunnath
2024 is shaping up to be an exciting year for Palace fans, with the announcement of their brand new, deeply personal, fourth studio album Ultrasound and an exclusive one-off show in London’s EartH where they will perform the album in full. The record’s production sees the band reunited with Adam Jaffrey, 8 […]

Palace announce new album and exclusive London show


Colors Festival comes to Camden Market, London – with an explosion of vibrant, colourful street art from a range of international artists. We were invited down the day before doors open (May 26th) for an exclusive preview, and the exhibition did not disappoint. Tucked into the colourful waterside buildings by […]

Review: Colors Festival Art Exhibition



Placebo at Brighton Centre, photo by Gili Dailes
Following the recent release of their 8th studio album Never Let Me Go, Placebo have made their way to Brighton as part of their headline UK tour which has just kicked off the night before in Portsmouth. Supported by The Cruel Hearts Club: Placebe with Cruel Hearts Club at Brighton […]

Gallery: Placebo @ Brighton Centre


Kaiser Chiefs at Brighton Centre photo by Gili Dailes
Following the harsh reviews of their recent London show in which frontman Ricky Wilson was not at his best (to say the least), we didn’t really know what to expect from the Kaiser Chiefs’ gig at The Brighton Centre tonight.  Our concerns were quickly replaced by a huge sense of […]

Review: Kaiser Chiefs @ Brighton Centre




Photos by Gili Dailes After a long hibernation period The Kooks embarked on a UK tour to celebrate the 15th anniversary of their debut studio album ‘Inside In/Inside Out’. The Kooks at Brighton Centre 5th February 2022

Gallery: The Kooks @ Brighton Centre


Words by George Imbert | Photos by Gili Dailes Wednesday nights are normally quite a tame one for me, and I’m sure for many others. But on Wednesday 17th November I left The Dome at Brighton with sore cheeks and an aching neck. No fights had taken place – instead […]

Review: The Darkness @ The Dome


Public Service Broadcasting returned to Brighton with a well curated, hard-pop soft-rock show as part of their Bright Magic tour. The band’s fourth studio album Bright Magic which was recently released was the main ingredient in tonight’s 90 minutes set, and it has brought in just the right amount of […]

Gallery: Public Service Broadcasting @ The Dome



Teleman took to the stage at Chalk to conclude a UK tour that comes in anticipation of an upcoming five track EP, Sweet Morning. The band brings an enthusiasm to both studio and stage that give their indie pop a playful nature and a well deserved popularity. With several recordings […]

Review: Teleman @ Chalk


Villagers, photo by Gili Dailes
Villagers returned to Brighton with their sixth studio album, Fever Dreams, taking to the stage of Chalk with gleeful looks across their faces. Keeping to a heavy focus on the new album, three quarters of it was played through with a generous nine of its twelve tracks served up through […]

Review: Villagers @ Chalk


Words by Deus Kane, photos by Gili Dailes Last Monday, at Chalk in Brighton, we witnessed the return of an act not seen since before the great embuggerance, some eighteen months ago: Inglorious, a recently reinvented hard rock band from London. When I first entered Chalk, I was struck at […]

Review: Inglorious and Mercutio @ Chalk