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Sonics 2022 is a three-day festival of ground-breaking experimental, electronic, and underground culture taking place in the newly renovated space, The Observer Building, Hastings, across the weekend of 21/22/23 October 2022.
Credit Rory Ryan

Every once in a while, a record comes along seemingly from nowhere that is so perfectly formed it almost beggars belief. Honeycomb by Oisin Mod is precisely one of those records. 
Credit Steve Glashier

Isle Of Wight power pop specialist Lauran Hibberd is to play Brighton Resident just days after releasing her debut album Garageband Superstar.
Credit: Edward Cooke

Scottish indie rock band The Snuts have risen from school playground to playing the likes of Glastonbury Festival, and now comes news of The Rodeo, the band's fourth taste from their forthcoming album, Burn The Empire.
Credit Derek D’Souza

Thousands flocked to the first week of This Is The Modern World - the largest exhibition ever of memorabilia from The Jam And The Style Council, plus, talks, live concerts, film screenings at Valley Gardens, Brighton. 

Having taken a little time out of the scene to re-evaluate their sound and style, Brighton-bound indie-pop trio Tors' new single Garden On The Kitchen Floor shows that their decision was well founded. 
Credit: Natalie Sakstrup

No Time (For My Life To Suck), from Nina Nesbitt is the antithesis to drama both IRL (in real life) and on social media, a rejection of the time-wasters, vibe vultures and karma killers that have a midas touch for making life worse. 

Local music promoters Folkroom Records have launched a plea to save Brighton and Hove's folk festival which is set to run at Patterns on Marine Parade on September 10th.
Credit Jason Stoltz

Larkin Poe – the Georgia-bred, Nashville-based multi-instrumentalist sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell – who recently played a sold-out gig at Chalk Brighton - have released Blood Harmony, the smoldering title track from their upcoming sixth studio album. 
Credit Jonathan Knowles

Individually they're one of the strongest female fusions seen on the global music stage. Now, following the success of their Woman To Woman tour & album of 2018, Beverley Craven, Judie Tzuke & Julia Fordham, are back together and playing in Sussex, this November.

Two-time Grammy nominee Beth Nielsen Chapman returns to Sussex on the back of the release of her bluesy new single Hey Girl, her first new music in over four years, and the first taste of her upcoming 15th album, CrazyTown.

It's been a whirlwind decade for The Vamps, they've released five albums, and have found the time to play global tours and festivals to over two million people. 

To celebrate the release of his new album The Theory of Whatever, Jamie T will play an acoustic show at Chalk Brighton - a special event promoted in conjunction with Resident Music, Brighton.

Pop-rock outfit Deaf Havana who play an instore at Brighton Resident, this month, have released the heartfelt and honest, Nevermind, a stripped-back track which showcases the more vulnerable side of frontman James Veck-Gilodi's song-writing prowess.

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