Eve Maret + special guests

Book Tickets     Eve Maret + special guests play The Rose Hill on Tuesday 2nd July. Doors 7pm / Start 8pm £12 + booking fee / £16 on the door Age restrictions – Over 16s, under 16 to be...

Blancmange

@The Old Market 2/6 19:00 This electronic band, who were regulars in the charts during the early 80s, formed at the beginning of the burgeoning post punk scene in 1979, making tape loops and...

Richard Hawley

@Brighton Dome 9/6 19:00 This Sheffield artist is renowned for a mix of classic songwriting, smooth vocals and northern gritty realism that he has brought to a catalogue that spans over twenty...

Craig Charles Summer Terrace

@Concorde 2 9/6 15:00 Actor, comedian, broadcaster and one of the UK’s most beloved Funk and Soul DJs, Charles is back in Brighton and this time he will be playing on the terrace in the,...

Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets

@Brighton Dome 26/6 19:30 Named after the second Pink Floyd album, released in 1968, when Sid Barrett was still a major presence, this supergroup focuses on the early works of the band. Original...

LA Priest

@Patterns 5/6 19:00 Sam Eastgate has built a reputation as a subversive and unpredictable musician during his career. From his breakout band Late of the Pier to his Soft Hair collaboration with...

Richard Thompson

@Brighton Dome 6/6 19:00 Lauded as ‘the finest rock songwriter after Dylan and the best electric guitarist since Hendrix’ by Los Angeles Times, Thompson is back on the road with a full band....

Seasick Steve

@Chalk 13/6 19:00 Reports that he was a hobo in his sixties when he exploded onto the scene in the mid 2000s may have been a slight exaggeration but it did not change the fact that he could play...

Fear Factory

@Chalk 14/6 19:00 This band from LA have been crucial and innovative within the extreme metal scene for over 30 years. Aggression Continuum is their tenth album and continues their journey with...

Paul Simon’s Graceland

@Brighton Dome 15/6 20:00 After multiple sell out dates across the UK, the 23 strong London African Gospel Choir return to the city with their rendition of Paul Simon’s iconic 1986 album. This...

The Music of George Harrison

@Komedia 19/6 19:00 The Brighton based All Things Must Pass Orchestra have been playing sell out shows across the country since 2013. The 10 piece band , led by singer and multi-instrumentalist...

Jane Weaver 

@Concorde2 1/5 7.30pm Here to promote her latest album, Love in Constant Spectacle, Weaver has been an unshakeable figure in the UK’s experimental pop music landscape for many years. Nine unique...

The Men They Couldn’t Hang

40th Anniversary Tour  @Patterns 4/5 7pm Formed in 1984 the band emerged from the Shepherd’s Bush squat and busking scene to make their live debut supporting Poguemahone (soon to become The...

Still Corners 

@Chalk 5/5 7pm Since their inception in 2007 this Sussex/American duo have released some of the most gorgeous dream pop around. Their latest album, Dream Talk, which is also their sixth, is no...

Kae Tempest 

@Brighton Dome 10/5 7.30pm Spoken word performer, poet, rapper, recording artist, novelist and playwright Kae Tempest is a former Brighton Festival Guest Director and Mercury Music Prize nominee...

Spiritualized

@Brighton Dome 18/5 8pm After leaving indie favourites Spacemen 3, Jason Pierce put together a band that, over nine albums, has garnered praise from fans and critics alike. The last album,...

Noasis

12/4 @Concorde 2 7pm Formed in 2006, this tribute act faithfully recreate, with obsessive detail, the thrill of seeing the five piece super group from Manchester who shaped an entire generation....

Feeder

11/4 @Chalk  6pm Presented by Resident Records this is a special launch night to promote the new double album from the Newport rockers, Black/Red. Since their inception in 1994 Feeder have spent...

Gold – Abba

Gold - Abba: The 50th Anniversary Eurovision Win 6/4 @Brighton Dome 7.30pm Eurovision winner Charlotte Perrelli and other Eurovision royalty including Mans Zelmerlow perform ABBA’s greatest hits...

Martha Tilston 

2/4 @Komedia 7.30pm This silken voiced songstress has released several critically acclaimed albums, appeared as a guest vocalist for Zero 7 and worked with a host of talented musicians including...

Kid Kapichi 

28 & 29/3 @Concorde 2 7pm One of the hardest working bands of the people, these Hastings punks play two dates in Brighton due to popular demand. This month they release their third album,...

Horace Andy + Johnny Osbourne 

27/3 @Komedia 7pm Two reggae legends share the stage tonight with two amazing bands. Massive Attack collaborator Andy is backed by the Dub Ashanti Band featuring Matic Horns. Fellow Studio One...

Lottery Winners 

22/3 @Chalk 7pm This band from Leigh, Greater Manchester hit the number one spot last year with their fifth studio album, Anxiety Replacement Therapy, featuring collaborations with Frank Turner,...

Marika Hackman 

18/3 @Concorde 2 7.30pm Debuting in 2012 as a solo artist, after forming a short-lived covers band with Cara Delevingne, she soon became a hit with fans and critics alike. After a five year gap...

Vivid: A Reigning Women Celebration 

7/3 @The Old Market 7.30pm This is the ultimate showcase of new artists you need to see before they break into the mainstream. Tonight’s bill features soul and R&B vocalists Scarlett Fae and...

ABC: The Lexicon Of Love – 5/2

Tonight Martin Fry and his band ABC celebrate their debut album, The Lexicon of Love, which was released in 1982 and went straight to number one. Produced by the legendary Trevor Horn, it spawned...

Miles Kane – 8/2

This solo artist from Birkenhead is also known as co-frontman of The Last Shadow Puppets alongside Arctic Monkeys singer Alex Turner. He has written songs with Jamie T and Lana Del Ray and is...

Noah & The Loners EP Launch – 11/2

This local teenage punk band have gained a lot of attention in a very short space of time. Recently signed to Marshall Records, they have gained support from BBC’s Steve Lamacq and Tom Robinson....

Cultura Tres – 16/2

Formed over twenty years ago in Venezuela by brothers Alejandro and Juanma Montoya, the band took a few years rest before old friend and Sepultura bassist Paulo Xisto Pinto Jr offered his...

Big Is Beautiful 4: It Must Be Love – 17/2

Fail Better Productions present an exciting and eclectic night of live music encompassing expansive Prog-Folk, explosive Rock n Roll and wild, unchained Jazz. Glastonbury Art rockers Moulettes...