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Editorial

Glyn Johns recorded and mixed The Who's Who's Next. His influence on The Faces' 1972 album A Nod Is as Good as a Wink... to a Blind Horse, which he co-produced with the band, can be gauged from the message that follows the credits: 'Thank you Glyn, you made all the difference'. by: Mike Cobley
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Described by the BBC as a 'spookily young Brighton trio with killer melodies and an Arctic Monkeys rasp', The RPMs have plenty to celebrate as they follow the release of their debut EP Digital Disobedience on 24 June 2016 with a coveted headline slot on Glastonbury's BBC Introducing Stage, the very next day. 

Together The People have released the full line-up for the upcoming September festival, with new headliner Suede confirmed for Sunday.

Who knew a trip to Pizza Express could inform a young teenager's life so greatly? 

John Otway, the self-styled  British legend who has made a very successful career out of being Rock 'n' Roll's Greatest Failure, joins the line-up at this year’s Priory Park Festival, in Chichester.
Ice Cube Pic By Andrew Sturmey

Last weekend saw Wild Life festival's return to Brighton City Airport, Sussex for the second year. 

How long do you wait to tour an album? According to legendary guitarist Steve Vai the answer is over a quarter of a century!

The Verdict on Edward Street in Brighton is the venue for the launch of a new vinyl mini-album 'Paisley Overground' curated by acclaimed Oxford band The Dreaming Spires

A band of learners from an autism school near Brighton has been rewarded for their musical exploits with a nomination for a prestigious Sussex award.

At The Great Escape Festival in Brighton, Public Service Broadcasting (PSB), the brainchild of J. Willgoose, Esq. along with drummer Wrigglesworth, gave artists, songwriters and performers the inside track on how they have developed their offbeat ideas into Top 40 records and powerful live propositions. 
Photo Sam Trench

Young cellist Laura van der Heijden, who won the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition in 2012, is joining the Brighton Youth Orchestra for a concert as part of Brighton Festival 2016.

Flit is a multimedia show inspired by first-hand stories of human migration, some heart-warming, others heartbreaking and features songs and original music by award-winning composer and Lau's visionary accordionist Martin Green,

Brian Wilson will be joined by former Beach Boys band mate Al Jardine and their band at this summer's Together The People Festival in Brighton to perform a UK Festival Exclusive of the classic album Pet Sounds in full. 

The Stairs are back from twenty-years of hibernation, refreshed and once again armed with their hybrid of cosmic psychedelia, raucous rhythm and blues and 60’s west coast garage sounds.

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