Friday, February 22, 2019

Opia Bloom | Hope and Ruin | 1st February 2019

It was 8 pm on a Friday night when we headed over to the Hope and Ruin to see Opia Bloom’s sold out show....

REVIEW: The Vaccines, Brighton Dome, Fri 25 Jan

The Vaccines have definitely made a statement during their recent return. Their latest album Combat Sports, released in March last year, reached number four...

Six of the best gigs on in February 2019 across Brighton...

Skinny Lister - image by Phoebe Montague Photography-
WILD NOTHING // TUES 19 FEB // KOMEDIA Hot off the tail of the release of their fourth album Indigo, Virginia’s Wild Nothing return with...

BN1 chats to… Shakin’ Stevens

Shakin Stevens 1 - by Graham Flack
Shakin’ Stevens chats about where it all started, his brand-new tour and how, almost 40 years on, he’s still as determined as ever to...

Mutations Festival returns with a stellar line up

White Denim 1
Brighton & Hove has often struggled to get on the music festival map for some reason. Of it’s two largest events, one offers almost...

REVIEW: Jesse Jo Stark, Brighton Dome

Matthew Mulvay reviews Jesse Jo Stark, as she supports The Vaccines at Brighton Dome
Jesse Jo Stark was welcomed with open arms as she graced The Brighton Dome in support of the Vaccines on Friday night. The house lights...

Review: Sophie Reid – 280 Days

sophie reid 280 days
Brighton-based Hollywood actress Sophie Reid has released her visual concept debut album '280 Days'. Sophie Reid is a power house in the entertainment industry, already winning...

Review: The 1975, The Brighton Centre, Weds 16 Jan 2019

the 1975
There is no denying that 1975 are at the peak of their career, and as they kick of their UK tour and land in...

REVIEW: Slothrust, Hope & Ruin

Alice Leader reviews Slothrust at Brighton’s Hope & Ruin
Slothrust brought Boston to Brighton during their first UK headline tour and shook one of the city’s top go-to pubs with their raucous spirit...

Lauryn Hill Announced to Headline Sunday Night at Love Supreme Jazz...

Lauryn Hill at Love Supreme Festival
One of the biggest female voices of the 90s, Lauryn Hill rose to prominence as lead singer of The Fugees before going on to...

The Murder Capital follow debut single with UK tour

The Murder Capital ended 2018 as that rare thing: a band tipped from all corners without having released a single song. In an age...

Band made up of The Beautiful South members heads to Worthing’s...

The beautiful South
To celebrate their 10-year anniversary, and 30 years since The Beautiful South released Song For Whoever, The South are back this March, playing shows...