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Hastings Fat Tuesday have teamed up with The Marina Fountain and The Prince Albert to bring Primal Scream to the White Rock Theatre for a special warm up show ahead of their Screamadelica live dates.

After collaborating with Noel Gallagher on the single Where's My Family Gone, Brighton-bound Andrew Cushin picked up the support of another iconic rock 'n' roller when Pete Doherty signed him to his Strap Originals label.

Building on the sample-based approach of their classic albums Since I Left You and Wildflower, but stepping boldly into new terrain, We Will Always Love You is the latest offering from Brighton-bound The Avalanches.

Brighton-bound Canadian songwriter and musician Leith Ross shared their new single We'll Never Have Sex, alongside a self-directed and produced video, after finding viral fame. 
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Mercury Prize 2020 winning Kiwanuka looks inward and out, across widescreen sonic landscapes constructed in recording studios in London, Los Angeles and New York, and provides a showcase for the honey-poured mahogany of Michael Kiwanuka's voice.

Soulful Edinburgh-born newcomer Brooke Combe will be support for Miles Kane when he plays Concorde 2, Brighton, this week.

Fyfe & Iskra Strings have previewed their upcoming album Interiority by sharing eclectic recent tracks which have moved from haunting broken beats (<deletia>) to soothing, cinematic splendour (the title track) to rousing dramatic elegance (Night Sky).

Canadian singer-songwriter Leif Vollebekk, who plays Chalk Brighton, this Saturday, has just released his New Waves EP, which dropped following the recent full-length, New Ways, a sonic documentation of everything that Leif felt at the time; tenderness and violence, sex and rebirth.

An Official Jordan Mooney Memorial Charity Concert will be held in order to celebrate the life of the famous punk rock and fashion icon who sadly passed away this month.

Twenty-five years on from the release of The Seahorses' seminal album Do It Yourself, vocalist Chris Helme will revisit the record with a series of one-off acoustic performances across the UK throughout 2022, including an intimate show at The Old Market in Hove on Wednesday 28th September.

Fronted by Vocalist Gary Stringer, bassist Jack Beasant and Jesse Wood on guitar, Reef has, since forming in 1993, released five top 40 studio albums.

The Nightingales who are the subject of documentary feature film, King Rocker – written and presented by comedian Stewart Lee, will be playing Patterns, Brighton, on 29th April.

Every so often, a new band arrives that feels important; like they're about to mean something to so many. Liverpool's Crawlers are just that – a group built not just on an undeniable ability to write exciting and eclectic rock songs but an empathetic passion that fuels them to stand up, speak out and open their arms to anyone in need of a safe space and community. 

Last year saw Rats - who play Brighton's Great Escape Festival, this May - enjoy a series of highlights as they became a hot tip as indie's next breakthrough band. 

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