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Jazz Re:Fest at Brighton Dome prides itself on giving a platform to some of the dopest live music around, especially showcasing emerging and underexposed talent – this year will be no exception. 
Credit Andy Sturmey

The Futureheads, who played Concorde 2, Brighton, last month, are set to release Powers, their sixth studio album and their first electric guitar release in almost a decade.  

Featuring real CCTV footage embellished by director Brain Wash, Bastille's new video for the track Joy gives a humorous look at the things people do when they think no one's looking. 

Sussex-based Mark and Helen Johnson, the award-winning founders of Out of the Ark Music, have launched a new label aimed at encouraging families and communities to singing intergenerationally. 

“The music pulsated throughout the room and the trance inducing rhythm seemed to put a spell on her….” These are not only the words of the story My Baby has written that lies at the heart of their fourth album, it also is the essence of what the band is bringing with their music and live show to an ever growing audience.
Credit Edward Cooke

Recently, Ricky Wilson was travelling on the London Underground when he pressed play on a finished mix of the new Kaiser Chiefs soon-to-be anthem, People Know How To Love One Another. 
Credit Graham_Macindoe

On September 3, 2017, director Mike Mills emailed Matt Berninger (The National's frontman) to introduce himself and in very short order, the most ambitious project of the National's nearly 20-year career was born and plans for a hard-earned vacation died. 

Barns Courtney had started his musical journey as part of indie bands, SleeperCell and Dive Bella Dive. He then toured as a singer/songwriter, opening for Libertine Carl Barat but paid the bills by working at PC World. 

This year is a landmark year for songwriter Richard Hawley. Not only has he released his eighth studio album, Further, but a musical based on a collection of his songs opens in his hometown of Sheffield. 

In October 1980 three musicians took to the stage in their hometown of Bradford to play a gig under the name New Model Army.
Credit Brian Tamborello & Lo Nguyen

Comprising members of Queens of the Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys and The Last Shadow Puppets, Los Angeles' very own Mini Mansions are set to illuminate The Great Escape Festival, in Brighton, with tracks from their forthcoming album, Guy Walks Into A Bar....

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