MUSIC

BN1 Chats With… Kate Boy

Right now, Sweden is a real hot bed of hit-making. Indeed, it’s now the world’s third largest exporter of pop music. Look at almost...

Local festival brings together learning disabled bands and established musicians

The Rock House Festival 2018 returns to Green Door Store at the end of this month (Sat 28 Jul), bringing together learning disabled bands...

The Great Escape 2016 festival picks (part 1)

The Great Escape festival returns to Brighton & Hove Thurs 19 – Sat 21st May 2016. Here we take you through the artists you won't want to miss.

Oli Spleen brings new album launch to Hope & Ruin

Brighton-based Oli Spleen is all set to release his second solo studio album from Gaslight Illuminations. To celebrate the release, and squeeze in a...

Music in Brighton: April 2018

BN1 lists what's on in music in venues both big and small near you. Cosmo Sheldrake, The Haunt, Weds 4 April This multi-talented twenty-four-year old’s roles in music range...

Charly Bliss head to Brighton during UK tour

After a packed year, including the release of their critically acclaimed second album Young Enough, Charly Bliss return to the UK for a handful...

BN1 chats with… Crazy P

Well-loved in the electronic music scene, Crazy Penis (now going by the slightly less explicit name Crazy P for obvious reasons) return to the...

New Music – Hot Moth

Straight out of Brighton, Hot Moth are an alt-rock three-piece, who’ve brought together diverse influences to create something a bit special. Together for just over...

BN1 Chats to…Ellie Levy-Pepper

Following the success of her debut single ‘It’s Called Love’, upcoming Jazz artist Ellie Levy-Pepper spoke to BN1 about everything from the pressure of...

Josef Salvat | The Haunt, Brighton | 12 March 2016

BN1 Magazine reviews Josef Salvat's headline gig at The Haunt, Brighton

Twin Atlantic to play Concorde 2

Scots arena rockers Twin Atlantic are back with their devastating new album Power, which is stunning fans with a dramatic shift in style and...

Ferocious Dog calls for donations at November gig

Ferocious Dog, England’s ‘best Folk-Punk band’, come to Brighton to play the Haunt this November. Originating in Warsop, Nottinghamshire, the six-piece are proudly political,...