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Hayley Ross is trading her dreamy south-coast trademarks for a darker, rootsier palette of sounds on her forthcoming EP.

Blondie's Debbie Harry, Chris Stein and Clem Burke will be offering up Brighton a double female-fronted band tour when they take to the road with the Shirley Manson fronted Garbage. next year.

Brad Hanson and Sam Hughes from Littlehampton are collectively known by over one million fans online as The Bald Builders, a duo who in true Del Boy style, made a million, lost a million and now look to rise from the ashes once more and support a cause very close to their hearts. 

Hailing from both sides of Hadrian's Wall, yllwshrk are more at home in classical concert halls than the Camden dive bars, and more accustomed to bows and mallets than the amps and synths of the alt-rock scene.

Mirrored is the new single from Southern-based Taurian, an intriguing new musician who fuses industrial & hard rock influences with trip-hop & electronica atmospherics to create an original sound.
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Brighton four-piece Black Honey feel now is the time for the next instalment of their story – ‘Written & Directed” – which sees the band deliver one, very singular, message – a ten track mission statement that aims to unashamedly plant a flag in the ground for strong, world-conquering women. 

Waiting for a long-haul flight from Western Australia to London might seem like hell to some but it has led to the new single, Killing Time, by Brighton singer Laura Mitchell.

Africa in the Lounge, a series of six concerts drawing on musical traditions from across Africa will be streamed live on Youtube and Facebook from Ooosh! Studios in Brighton from next month.

Toril Azzalini-Machecler, 18, from Horsham, has been crowned the overall winner of the Coro Nuovo Sussex Young Musician of the Year competition.
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Having used the internet as their playground in pioneering ways for the last six months, Glass Animals have decided to reimagine their live show to create a one-time-only virtual gig/experience. 

A cutting-edge series of video masterclasses aimed at demystifying the process of writing music for young people has launched. 

Reflecting on how Oasis made (What's The Story) Morning Glory, Noel Gallagher recalls, “You're just working on instinct, because you don’t second guess anything when you're young. You're like ‘My instinct is telling me this is gonna be great, so therefore we'll go and we'll do it.’”

In February 2020 Abbey Road studios welcomed ten poets to record pieces from their collections. Then lock down hit….

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