Brighton Magazine

The Brighton Magazine

That page is not here!

Why not try a search to find the jobs you're looking for?

 

Editorial

Brighton Magazine Articles


Official creators of the genre 'Rockgrass', former ACDC tribute band, Hayseed Dixie are back in Brighton next month ahead of the realease of their new album, Free Your Mind And Your Grass Will Follow. 

“Years ago I read a book called Brighton Rock, for days the atmosphere of that story stayed with me and I've always wanted to create an album that would have that same effect on people” so says Steve Ignorant.

Brighton & Hove Pride are to welcome special guests Years & Years as a UK Pride Exclusive at the Pride Summer Of Love Festival in Preston Park on Saturday 5th August 2017.

In May 2017, musician, best-selling author and storyteller Mishka Shubaly will visit Brighton  to mark the twin release of his brand new live album Never Touring Again and the tenth anniversarry edition of the album How To Make A Bad Situation Worse.

Cease Fire, the new standalone single by Thurston Moore, is an anti-gun song, that acts as a response to the current unchecked climate of violence that besets many parts of the world, whether large scale in war, genocide and mass killings or individual senseless acts of bloodshed.

Setting an experimental trajectory with a clutch of razor-edged new tracks in the canon - Brighton trio The RPMs announce their return with their first live show of 2017 and details of a forthcoming new EP, Agents of Change.

Laura Marling's forthcoming album Semper Femina was largely written out on the road, following the release of her acclaimed album, Short Movie. 
mage (c) Morgan Sinclair

Brighton's Tall Ships will soon unleash new single Petrichor, taken from their forthcoming album Impressions.

Returning to Sussex with a brand-new show for 2017 and a canon stuffed with seminal DJs and special guests - FAC 51 The Hacienda and northern experimental orchestra: Manchester Camerata, bring their acclaimed Hacienda Classical to Brighton Racecourse this Summer. 

Following on from the recent announcements that jazz legends George Benson and Herbie Hancock are lined up to perform at this year’s Love Supreme Jazz Festival, the next wave of acts confirmed for the event.
Image (c) John Ingham 1977

Cartoon punks or just plain loveable rogues with an ear for a melody and a patent acquired on goodtime punk ‘n' roll?

This spring, Ray Davies will release his first new album in over nine years – Americana. 

Austin based avant-folk singer Jess Williamson's Heart Song is a brave record. It explores the strength in vulnerability, the power in silence and empty space. 

Alternative pop weirdsters Maximo Park will be in Bexhill, East Sussex, this Spring, hot on the heels of their new album Risk To Exist.

Archive search

Search our archives for what's on and gone for the best of this city's theatre music comedy news and much more...






Organising a conference or event in Brighton?
See our Brighton Conference section.
Brighton web design by ...ntd