Saturday, January 19, 2019

PREVIEW: The 1975 to play Brighton Centre

1975
On Jan 16, off the back off their latest album release A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships, The 1975 are heading to Brighton as...

REVIEW: Kate Rusby, Brighton Dome, Tues 4 Dec

kate rusby
You know Christmas is nearly upon us when you first see the new John Lewis advert on the TV and Kate Rusby's Xmas show...

REVIEW: Katie Melua, Brighton Dome, Thurs 6 Dec

katie melua
Katie Melua took to the stage alone, with only a black and white film of a stark wintery wilderness playing out behind her. She...

REVIEW: Arkells, Green Door Store, Thurs 29 Nov

arkells review
Back in Brighton for the first time since they played The Great Escape two years ago, Hamilton-based Canadian band Arkells finished their European tour...

Skegss bring Down Under sunshine to Brighton

Skegss by Eve Jones
As the rain pounded down on the streets of Brighton last night, so too did the feet of fans inside Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar....

REVIEW: Mogwai, Sun 25 Nov, Brighton Dome

mogwai review
Scottish post rock giants Mogwai graced Brighton Dome on Sunday for the penultimate stop of their UK tour. The band’s concerts are notorious for their...

Sticky Mike’s closure: what’s going on with Brighton’s music venues?

brighton music venues
In October, Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar announced it will be closing its doors at the end of the year. Fans of the much-loved music...

BN1 chats to… CIEL

ciel interview
With a musical style more alternative than the conventional and an inner urge to experiment, the confinement of a small town in The Netherlands...

BN1 chats to… The Vaccines

the vaccines interview
Sophie Williams talks to the band's bassist Arni Arnason about the departure of the band's drummer, its subsequent effect on their fourth studio album,...

REVIEW: New Single: ‘Lullaby’ by Hourglvss

hourglvss
A sultry and soulful track, Hourglvss release their debut single Lullaby later this week. With an essence of dream pop and blending it with rich and...

REVIEW: Safe to Swim, Green Door Store, 7/11/2018

safe to swim
After appearing on Apple Music's "Best of the Week" playlist and being debuted on BBC Introducing Kent, Brighton based indie quartet Safe to Swim...

REVIEW: Kurt Vile, Concorde 2, 5/11/18

kurt vile
Less pyro, more technics   Kurt Vile—a huge name to some, simply a strange one to others—is now touring his recent double-album Bottle It In. The album, which went...