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Albert Hammond Jr's latest album Francis Trouble explores a deeply personal topic – the stillborn death of his twin brother, Francis, and the lingering effects that event has had in his life and music. 
Pic by Andy Sturmey

Prior to announcing the release of his new album, Coup de Grace, Miles Kane teamed up with Muse singer and guitarist Matt Bellamy, Nine Inch Nails guitarist Ilan Rubin, and Zutons drummer Sean Payne to sing in Beatles tribute band named Dr. Pepper's Jaded Hearts Club Band.
(c) Kenny McCracken 2018

When monsters are loose in a darkening world, we need monsters of our own to fight back …

Make way for protest singer, LGBTQ+ activist, folk singer, socialist and social commentator Grace Petrie.
Credit: James O'Mara

Look Now is the first album Elvis Costello has made with The Imposters since the 2008 release of Momofuku, and his first new album since the acclaimed 2013 Roots collaboration, Wise Up Ghost.

This September the 'sophisticated and stylish popsters' All Saints will play an intimate gig in Brighton, on behalf of Nordoff Robbins, the UK's largest independent music therapy charity.
Credit Andrew Stuart

Foo Fighters' frontman Dave Grohl says: “Watching my kids start to play music and learn to sing or play drums, it brings me back to the time when I was their age listening to albums, learning from listening… and when I take my kids to the place where they take their lessons, I see these rooms full of children that are really pushing themselves to figure this out.
Credit Terry Applin

Multi-award-winning musician Rag'n'Bone Man has joined forces with local charity AudioActive to help support young grassroots talent in Sussex.
(c) Gered Mankowitz 1968

To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Small Faces' Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake, this autumn will see the release of a variety of new and special deluxe editions of their much loved third album. 

The Tom Robinson Band's debut album Power In The Darkness was first performed forty years ago in Victoria Park, London, in front of 80,000 people at Rock Against Racism's Carnival Against The Nazis, alongside Steel Pulse, The Clash and X-Ray Spex. 
Pic by Andrew Whitton

The Kooks new album Let's Go Sunshine is a moving, energising and melodic record and incisive in its portrait of modern British urban life

The Twilight Sad have shared brand new song, I/m Not Here [missing face], a driving, motorik return from the much-loved Scots, with wailing guitars and swirling synths circling around frontman James Graham's repeated declarations of "I don't want to be around you anymore." 

Brighton Dome is hosting an annual one-day festival celebrating UK jazz and jazz-inspired music and culture on Sunday 22 July, and under 16s can go free! 

Steven Page's distinctive and powerful tenor is among the most instantly recognisable voices in popular music today.

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