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Greenness: Cyclicity EP Launch

The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
Saturday 18th August
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African Night Fever: 15 Year Celebration Party

Ropetackle Arts Centre, Shoreham-by-Sea
Saturday 18th August
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Kevin Morby

The Haunt, Brighton
Thursday 23rd August
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Yo La Tengo

Komedia, Brighton
Wednesday 29th August
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Live Reviews

Bishop Nehru – The Haunt, Brighton
Bishop Nehru

The Haunt, Brighton
The Rhythm Method – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
The Rhythm Method

Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
Mystic Braves - The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
Mystic Braves

The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
Pride – Preston Park, Brighton
Pride Festival

Preston Park, Brighton


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New Releases

  • Black Honey release new single Midnight

    Black Honey release new single Following the release of game-changer ‘Bad Friends’ Brighton’s Black Honey have released another disco-pop banger in the shape of ‘Midnight’, taken from their eagerly awaited debut album, out 21st September.
  • Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner partner on new album

    Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner partner on new album Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and The National’s Aaron Dessner have come together as Big Red Machine to co-produce a self-titled album, out 31st August, via their recently announced streaming service, PEOPLE COLLECTIVE. The project also involves his twin brother, and fellow The National member, Bryce.
  • Iceage release new video

    Iceage release new video Retro psych-prog warriors Iceage released their fourth album Beyondless back in May, and they’ve now shared a flowertastic new video for its track ‘Under The Sun’. The video was filmed in Tokyo, and shot as part of the band’s ’Opening Nights’ residencies, which saw them collaborating with their favourite visual artists.
  • Manic Street Preachers release new single prior to special shows

    Manic Street Preachers release new single prior to special shows ‘People Give In’ is the opening track from the Manic Street Preachers’ top five album, Resistance Is Futile, and has just been released, accompanied by a video showing some of the highlights of their touring over 2018.
  • Moses Sumney announces new EP

    Moses Sumney announces new EP Moses Sumney has shared a deep and dark new political track, ‘Rank & File’, the last song from his forthcoming EP Black in Deep Red, 2014. The EP, which features three songs, is out 10th August.
  • Sleaford Mods to release new EP

    Sleaford Mods to release new EP Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn have announced their self-titled new EP, Sleaford Mods,which is to be released via Rough Trade Records on 14th September.
  • Elvis Costello & The Imposters announce new album

    Elvis Costello & The Imposters announce new album Following his cancer scare, it's good news to hear that this most singular of artists will be releasing a new album later this year, with his band The Imposters, who feature long time collaborators Steve Nieve (keyboards), Davey Faragher (bass), and Pete Thomas (drums).
  • Jon Spencer back with his first ever solo album

    Jon Spencer back with his first ever solo album With typical 60s-laden irony, Jon Spencer's first ever solo album will be called Spencer Sings The Hits, with first release 'Do the Trash Can' a typically high voltage and mangled garage-bues-rock pounder that Spencer has almost been able to conjure up at will over a long career; first bursting on the scene with Pussy Galore, before hitting his stride with The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.
  • Blood Orange returns with new album

    Blood Orange returns with new album Originally making his mark with the teenage punk outfit Test Icicles, Devonte Hynes has been on an extraordinary journey since, releasing some highly-praised melodic indie music under the Lightspeed Champion moniker, before heading to the States to forge a new career as Blood Orange. His last album, Freetown Sound, was released to critical acclaim in 2016, a personal document of life as a black man in America. His new album and the fourth as Blood Orange, Negro Swan, will be released on 24th August.
  • The Prodigy return with new track and album

    The Prodigy return with new track and album The original dance trailblazers The Prodigy are back and they still mean business. ‘Need Some1’ is the first single from The Prodigy’s forthcoming album, No Tourists, another high energy banger that features a classic house diva vocal sample from Loleatta Holloway (perhaps best known as the voice of Black Box’s ‘Ride On Time’).
  • The Lemon Twigs share another cut from their upcoming rock musical.

    The Lemon Twigs share another cut from their upcoming rock musical. The follow-up to last year's Brothers of DestructionEP, and their 2016 debut album Do Hollywood, The Lemon Twigs are set to release Go To School on 24th August. The latest tune to be released from it is 'Small Victories'.
  • Hilang Child releases new track off debut album

    Hilang Child releases new track off debut album With his debut album, Years, set for release on 10th August, Hilang Child has released his soaring and enigmatic new track 'Crow', along with an accompanying video.
  • Animal Collective announce audiovisual album

    Animal Collective announce audiovisual album Tangerine Reefis a full-length audiovisual album by Animal Collective (Avey Tare, Deakin and Geologist, but no Panda Bear this time round), in collaboration with the deep-sea art-and-science duo Coral Morphologic, comprised of marine biologist Colin Foord and musician J.D. McKay.
  • Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever share new single and announce Brighton date

    Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever share new single and announce Brighton date The rising Aussie indie-rockers Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever have just released ‘Time In Common’ from their Hope Downsalbum, as well as announcing their biggest headline tour to date. The Hope Downs World Tour will see the Melbourne outfit traverse the globe across four months including a date at Concorde 2, 23rd October.
  • Brighton supergroup Icehead release debut single

    Brighton ‘supergroup’ Icehead release debut single A supergroup of sorts comprising George Boorman (Abattoir Blues), Jack Pulman (Birdskulls) and Daniel Moore, Icehead have just released a fantastic slice of harmony-rich slacker grunge ‘Out The Door’ on Echochamp, the label of The Magic Gang’s Paeris Giles. Moreover, Abbattoir Blues frontman Harry Waugh provides the vocals.
  • Kero Kero Bonito tease new album with ‘Time Today’

    Kero Kero Bonito tease new album with ‘Time Today’ London indie-pop trio Kero Kero Bonito are releasing their new album, Time’n’Place, later this year, with the first release ‘Time Today’ out now. Their leftfield alt-pop is weird and wonderful, and they are playing their first Brighton date since 2013 at Patterns, on 2ndOctober.
  • The Horrors share new video

    The Horrors share new video Last year The Horrors released perhaps their best album yet, V, and with a number of festival dates booked in this summer they’ve shared an intense and unsettling monochrome video for one of its highlights, ‘Ghost’.
  • Yumi And The Weather announce debut album and Brighton launch party

    Yumi And The Weather announce debut album and Brighton launch party Yumi And The Weather, aka Ruby Taylor, are releasing their debut album in September and to celebrate, are putting on a couple of parties in London and Brighton.
  • Brighton band Fur release new single

    Brighton band Fur release new single With a sound that harks back to the reverb-drenched rock’n’roll sounds of the 50s and 60s, Fur are unapologetic retro-pop romanticists. They made their mark with ‘If You Know That I’m Lonely’, viewed on YouTube over one and a half million times so far, and the appropriately first-named Murray, Harry, Tav and Flynn have just released ‘What Would I Do’. The boys say, “It’s based around the realisation and actuality of the people who surround you at any given time can quickly become distant and not part of your life and maybe having feelings of sadness towards the uncertainty of not having familiar faces around in your life”.
  • BC Camplight to release new album on Bella Union and perform in Brighton

    BC Camplight to release new album on Bella Union and perform in Brighton BC Camplight is set to release his second album for Bella Union, Deportation Blues, on 24th August. An exhilarating, dynamic document of calamity and stress, relayed through richly melodic and bold arrangements spanning singer-songwriter classicism, gnarly synth-pop, ‘50s rock’n’roll and various junctures between.

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