MUSIC

Creation 23 – Alan Mcgee celebrates 2nd birthday of new label

After 40 years in the industry, the music mogul who needs no introduction (but so often gets “the man who signed Oasis”), has lost...

mxmtoon: “I’ve gotten better at taking a step back”

Not many people had heard of TikTok twelve months ago. In the UK alone, the short-form video-sharing app has soared to one million downloads...

United We Steam Brighton Week 7 celebrates Brighton Pride

United We Stream Brighton continues to showcase some of the city’s best local artists and venues to help raise money to keep the city’s...

The Heavy Hours release debut single – Don’t Walk Away

One of the US’ hottest new acts, The Heavy Hours, have released their infectious debut single Don’t Walk Away. Co-written with Black Keys frontman...

Liela Moss shares video for new track – Turn Your Back...

With the release of her new solo album Who The Power less than two weeks away (Fri 7 Aug), Liela Moss has today shared...

Bobby Ward: A career in rock continues

For Brighton’s Bobby Ward, life has revolved around music. Listening to it, playing it and singing it. For over four decades he’s been rocking...

Nick Hook: Asylum Earth – album review

The average dance music album is a strange beast. An eternal struggle between creating something which is dancefloor relevant but isn’t going to leave...

Bands take centre stage for United We Stream Week 6

United We Stream Brighton continues to showcase some of Brighton & Hove’s best local artists and venues, to help raise money and keep the...

Dance music industry makes plea to government to support UK’s world-leading...

Stars from the UK’s dance music sector, alongside festivals, nightclubs, and industry figures are today issuing an urgent plea for support from the UK...

Brighton & Hove duo, Ellie Ford & Fred Hills, release debut...

The first release from a new collaborative project between harpist/vocalist Ellie Ford and drummer Fred Hills, The Trap is out now.  This unique two-piece...

Erasure – Andy Bell interview

Like almost every normal person, Andy Bell has been subject to the turmoil of lockdown Britain - unusual scented liquid soap, facemasks and long...

Henry Stone’s Black Inferno – review

 With a balance of accessibility and potency reminiscent of George the Poet, Henry Stone’s  Black Inferno is a raw, urgent encapsulation of the Black...