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The Brighton Magazine has a pair of tickets to give away to Drum Legends, at Brighton Dome, on Friday 12th April 2019. For details of the unique one-off night and the competition keep reading ....

Composed of vocalist Jason Williamson and musician Andrew Robert Lindsay Fearn, Sleaford Mods are known for their abrasive, minimalist musical style and embittered explorations of austerity-era Britain, culture, and working class life. 

Black Deer Festival, the three-day celebration of Americana and Country, set in Eridge Park in Kent, welcomes artists from both America and also closer to home.

Yungblud & Halsey feat. Travis Barker's new track 11 Minutes follows Yungblud's early-2019 single Loner, a sneering anthem for outsiders.
Pic (c) Andrew Whitton

Stereophonics have given a surprise release to new song Chaos From The Top Down. The song follows on from their latest album, Scream Above the Sounds, which reached No.2, back in late 2017.

Laying down a firm marker within London's raucous punk scene over the last couple of years, rising trio of Calva Louise have since earned support slots alongside the likes of Albert Hammond Jr, Spring King and Anteros and recently finished an extensive UK tour with label-mates The Blinders.

As a music journalist David Sinclair had 'a growing realisation that after all the great records I'd heard and the thousands of shows I'd been lucky enough to see, that it was time to play some great music of my own.'

Across the South Coast young artists are writing their own narratives like never before, unspoiled by the noise of record label interference. 

Hastings Fat Tuesday celebrates its 10th anniversary with headline act Glen Matlock, original bassist and songwriter with the Sex Pistols, performing at three of the town's venues.
Photo credit: Stuart Avis

Performing some of the most loved and revered music created to an impassioned audience of fans can teeter on a fine line of stupidity or bravery, especially when tackling a work as established and celebrated as Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon, writes Servants of Science founder, Stuart Avis.

This week Dorothy Stringer School in Brighton will be visited by the Power of Muzik – an innovative programme created to empower and inspire young people through music education - for a musical masterclass with new educational book If You Can Speak, You Can Sing, written by vocal coach CeCe Sammy.
Photo credit: Joan Alsina

For her fourth album in five years, Catalonian star Joana Serrat travelled from her home in Vic near Barcelona to the Texas Hill Country outside Austin. 

You could forgive a lack of creativity in youth culture in 2019. The palpable uncertainty of issues like Brexit, immigration and women's rights threatens to douse the flames of creativity in the next generation. But in times of hardship, authentic voices, stories and creativity can always thrive.

C Duncan's third album sees the Scottish multi-instrumentalist ditch his bedroom studio and work with other producers, engineers and musicians for the first time.

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