Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Fryars at Brighton Centre review

For those of you who don’t already know, Fryars is the alter-ego of 24 year-old London-based singer Benjamin Garrett. From his humble beginnings making...

Album review: NINA – Sleepwalking

Sleepwalking is the debut album of NINA, a London-based singer-songwriter with a love of everything eighties. I was lucky enough to be gifted the...

SikTh at Concorde 2 review

SikTh are a metal band from Watford, but their style of music is hard to categorize as they incorporate many different elements of metal,...

Kylie Minogue And Clean Bandit To Headline Pride In The Park...

Pride In The Park is set to come back on Sat 3 Aug 2019 with LGBTQ icon Kylie Minogue and Grammy Award winners Clean...

BN1 chats with…Josef Salvat

Before his headline gig at The Haunt in Brighton, BN1 Magazine caught up with rising Australian singer/songwriter Josef Salvat

Roy Ayers Interview

Since the 70s Roy Ayers has been at the forefront of the jazz, funk and soul scenes. Composing some of the most influential songs...

Kwabs to play Komedia, ahead of new album.

Kwabs (full name Kwabena Sarkodee Adjepong) has just announced a range of UK dates. These include a visit to Brighton’s Komedia on Tues 21...

Dv8 Sussex holds Creative Careers Day

On Fri 12 June Dv8 Sussex will bring together a stellar line-up of creative industry professionals at their Brighton campus, for a day of...

Mammoth Fest Returns

It is accepted wisdom that you learn little from success,because only failure provides real knowledge. This may not have been much comfort for Mammothfest promoter...

BN1’s July Music Previews

BN1's July Music Previews PAUL CARRACK Fri 4 July All Saint's Church, Brighton. Paul Carrack was the frontman and principal songwriter of Ace, also found the time to...

Hattie Briggs comes to Brighton’s Marwoods

Singer-songwriter Hattie Briggs will be performing new songs from her upcoming second studio album ‘Young Runaway’, along with a selection of songs from her...

FatCat Records

A small label with a large roster of great bands, FatCat Records is a by-word for indie cool and creativity. Moving down to Brighton...