MUSIC

FESTIVAL REVIEW: War Requiem

First performed in 1962, Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem immediately made its mark as arguably the grandest and most outspoken anti-war statements to be found...

BN1 Chats to Glass Animals

Glass Animals are knackered. After two whole years of touring off the back of their debut release Zaba, the Oxford foursome have barely given...

General Levy’s Jungle Club at Concorde 2

After a sell-out launch night, Fiesta Bombarda and Worried About Henry bring General Levy down South. The new concept touring event are bringing the...

The Pete Wylie Show – interview

It must be every band’s dream to have been championed by John Peel, broadcast god of new music. When Pete Wylie played a live...

Milk Teeth – Milk Teeth – review

Changing band members can be tricky. It’s sort of like replacing the engine and the gearbox in your car; necessary at times, but it...

BN1 chats to… Orson

As electronic music relentlessly marches forwards, splinters into genres and reassess its commerciality, it needs to re-evaluate what actually drives people into nightclubs. And...

Covet at Brighton’s The Haunt – review

It can be a daunting task for an American band to bring their music to the UK; but on a chilly mid-February evening, three-piece...

BN1 Chats to…Teen Canteen

Even though Teen Canteen have been together five years, songwriter and vocalist, Carla Easton, remains adamant their musical journey has only just begun. “I...

Arrested Development come to Concorde 2

It’s been twenty years since Arrested Development slammed the gangsta dominated world of hip hop with defiant lyrics of hope. Now this ground-breaking act...

Melting Vinyl celebrates 20 years

From parish churches to Brighton Dome, Melting Vinyl has brought intelligent and inclusive music to the South East’s most interesting venues for nearly two...

ATTATT Live @ Laughing Dog

Independent café and art shop Laughing Dog at Brighton Marina will be the proud host to Brighton future soul ensemble ATTATT on Saturday 10th...

Isobel Campbell heads to Brighton’s Komedia

Isobel Campbell returns with her own record after years of collaborations with luminaries such as Belle and Sebastian, Mark Lanegan and more recently the...