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A host of high profile acts have been added to the line-up for the Sussex-based Jazz FM’s Love Supreme Jazz Festivalincluding alternative hip hop pioneers De La Soul, who will play songs from their illustrious 25-year career as a full 10 piece live band.

Irish rockabilly star Imelda May, showcasing music from her brand new album Tribal,and acid jazz legends I... more >>

Following the success of his first UK shows in 30 years, in 2012, Michael Nesmith, the woollen hat wearing Monkee, producer, multi-instrumentalist and country rock pioneer will be returning to the UK this year and playing the Hove Centre.

Nesmith will be joined by a full band and will perform songs spanning his entire career, from his folk music beginnings through to the pre... more >>

You won't find bored adults that feel compelled to do the hokey cokey through gritted teeth, and you won't see kids covering their ears to the crashes and clangs of heavy metal. 

No, no, no. Funk The Family isn't just about the kids or the adults.  more >>

Later this Spring Chan Marshall (AKA Cat Power) will drop in on Brighton for a one off performance to present work from her latest album, Sun.

“It is don't look back, pick up, and go confidently into your own future, to personal power and fulfilment,' she says of Sun, which s... more >>

Dan Stuart, founder of seminal US alternative act Green On Red, has, according to some literary circles, written the rock 'n' roll sequel to William Burroughs' 'Junky' and 'Queer'.

The publication of The Deliverance of Marlowe Billings follows a hellish few years in the life of its author, after the break-up of Green ... more >>

Mokoomba's story is one of diversity and perseverance. The group hails from the Victoria Falls region of Zimbabwe, popular for its natural beauty, the Victoria Falls (Mosi-oa-Tunya) and the world's largest bungee jump – but not much more is generally known about the people and their culture.

The region is home to the Tonga people who are one of the country's minority groups. 

Most speak Tonga, whic... more >>

Pics Courtesy Of Andrew Sturmey

Some established bands settle on a five night run in a major city, whereas those notorious rule breakers, The Stranglers, have, so far, gone for the risky business option of a five-year consecutive run of gigs in Brighton.

This could have led to a series of diminishing returns, but their most recent one-night stopover at Brighton... more >>

If you suffer from snoring or are fed up with being kept awake by your partner's nocturnal noises, joining your local Rock Choir could be the answer to uninterrupted sleep. 

The nation's favourite contemporary choir can help boost people's mental health and wellbeing, plus scientific research has shown that sin... more >>

UK rockers Heaven's Basement debut album has been likened to standing on the runway as a fighter jet screams off the tarmac and into the air.

'Filthy Empire' landed early last year and left listeners breathless by the rush, by the roar, by the energy and the neck-snap dynamics of... more >>

Following the recent release of her third album 'A Perfect Contradiction', Paloma Faith is set to embark on a UK tour that will see her visit the Brighton Centre later this year.

It takes listening to precisely five seconds of Paloma Faith's comeback single to real... more >>

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