live music brighton november 2018

Best of Live Music in Brighton – November 2018

THE PRODIGYlive music brighton november 2018
Sat 5 Nov
Brighton Centre

The bad boy electronica pioneers are back, releasing their seventh studio album No Tourists this month. Their influence can be seen across generations, turning metal kids onto raving and ravers into metalheads with genre-destroying record and incredible live shows. Over the year, the trio have clocked up a staggering six No.1 albums, sold 30 million records, played to many millions around the world and won multiple awards. Though much has changed in the musical and social landscape, what remains a constant is The Prodigy’s resolute focus to always do things their own unique way and in 2018 the urgency and irrepressible spirit of The Prodigy has never been more needed.

GOGO PENGUINlive music brighton november 2018
Sun 11 Nov
Concorde 2

The Manchester-based piano trio bring more hypnotic instrumentals to town. Their music draws equally on rock, jazz and minimalism, all warped into something unique. Touring their new album A Humdrum Star, GoGo Penguin will be dazzling audience with their collective musical genius. (Image: Yvonne Schmedemann)

 

COURTNEY BARNETTlive music brighton november 2018
Fri 16 Nov
Brighton Dome

Singer/songwriter Courtney Barnett first came to light in 2012 with the self-released EP I’ve Got A Friend Called Emily Ferris, creating some of the most alternative, subgenre music right now, infusing rock, folk, pop and garage styles together. She recently released her fourth studio album, Tell Me How You Really Feel. (Image:  Mia Mala McDonald)

 

FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE
Sun 25 Novlive music brighton november 2018
Brighton Centre

Bringing a blend of Baroque pop, pastoral folk and artful rock, Brighton welcomes the sound of Florence and the Machine. This summer saw hugely-anticipated release of her new album, High As Hope. This has the feel of a career-defining moment for Florence, venturing into new territory as much as her roots. (Image: Vincent Haycock)

 

BAD SOUNDS
Sat 3 Nov
The Haunt

Brothers Callum and Ewan released their debut album this year, delicately mixing R&B and soul.

FRIGS
Mon 5 Nov
Prince Albert

If you’re a fan of Wolf Alice, then FRIGS are a Canadian reincarnation of exactly that.  

PROJECTOR
Fri 9 Nov
The Haunt

For their debut EP launch, local bright things Projector deliver a performance you won’t want to miss.

SAY SUE ME
Mon 12 Nov
The Hope & Ruin

Surf-inspired indie rock from South Korea – Say Sue Me bring something special to the table. 

JADE BIRD
Thurs 22 Nov
The Haunt

This exciting upcoming artist scored millions of listeners with a single EP release his year.

DUCKING PUNCHES
Sat 24 Nov
Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar

Ducking Punches gives an alternative twist to the mainstream punk scene, by adding folk into the mix.

 

 

 

 

 

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