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Throughout COVID-19 isolation, everyone has become aware of the supportive and stimulating power of music. Although many people want to learn, they have no access to musical instruments or tuition - especially with schools and shops currently closed. 
Credit Jake Wangner

Jack Garratt accompanies the forthcoming release of his new deeply personal album, Love, Death & Dancing, with an equally reflective long-form visual piece.
Credit Tom Sheehan

Taken from their self-titled debut album, One Hand Tommy is The Imbeciles latest single and proves no matter how strange our world seems right now, it could always be stranger .. 
Credit Laura Meek

Check Masses forthcoming album Nightlife flits between the shadows, smudging the lines between cinematic hip-hop collages, expansive dub, wiry electronics, psychedelia and Lynchian unease. This Nightlife isn't chrome-finished bars and a taxi home by 1am, but a collection of stories tossing and turning in a nocturnal fever dream, offset by moments of sublime escapism.
Credit: Andy Sturmey

Barely a year since their debut album Dogrel, Dublin's Fontaines D.C. are set to return with A Hero's Death.

Paul Weller has released new song Village, the second new track to be debuted from his new album On Sunset, which is released next month.
Credit Pooneh Ghana

The Big Moon have unveiled their their new single Why.  The band will be heading to Brighton, in October 2020, in support of the single and new album, Walking Like We Do.

The Rec Rooms is an independent music and comedy venue in Horsham, West Sussex, which was opened by three locals just over eighteen months ago. 

With its wild collage of warped vocal samples and 808 beats combined with wobbly cello notes and stark acoustic guitar,  the release of Southern California-bred sister band Haim's single I Know Alone replicates a certain sense of emotional unrest from feelings of loneliness. 

Ed O'Brien never planned to make a solo record. As a guitarist with Radiohead, who over almost three decades and nine albums have established themselves as one of the most innovative and influential musical forces of our time, he thought his artistic side had its outlet and was happy to spend any downtime from Radiohead with his family.

All Because of You is a new single released by Dorking (East Sussex) singer-songwriter Andy Duerden to help raise funds for The Care Workers Charity and those on the front line of the COVID-19 fight. 

While it can never hope to compete with catching a show in the flesh, The Twilight Sad release It Won/t Be Like This All the Time Live (fans invited to pay what they want): a momentous collection of live recordings captured across the band's 2019 tours.

School children and young people across Brighton & Hove and East Sussex are being offered online lessons during the Covid-19 lockdown to help them keep making music. 

DJ Fatboy Slim aka Norman Cook is set to play a special free concert in his home town of Brighton for staff of the NHS, Ambulance and Police workers. The gig will take place on Wednesday October 28th 2020 at the city's largest venue – the Brighton Centre.

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