New Brighton Music

Here’s this week’s new music roundup, starting off quiet, and getting noisier as we go along.

First up is La Lune, whose Bliss EP is every bit as lovely as the name suggests. Here’s EP opener He Breathes Colour When I Feel So Grey:

Next we have Night House with Ellie Ford. Their video for The Roots in the Wires just went live today:

Fruity Water released the video for their second single Rules this week. It’s taken from their upcoming album Thirst Takes which will be coming out on Big Salad Records on 30th March:

Last week Small Pond released the new double A side from InwardsAmsterdam is relatively chilled electronica while it’s flipside Computertalsk lets things go a bit wonkier:
https://open.spotify.com/embed/album/3zNrOxBtoIntL6Tl53PlPE

Dirty White are a new Brighton rock band, who’ve just put up their first tracks which they’re calling their “Demonstration” recordings. You can catch them live at the Admiral on Elm Grove on 8th February:

Finally we have CLT DRP, who have drop the vowels to get around NSFW filters. The electro-punk band launched their debut single Merry Go Round at new venue Bau Wow last week:
https://open.spotify.com/embed/album/3QRoRl7jzr9MFE2geTqbL1

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Weekend Gig Picks

Fancy going to see a Brighton band this weekend? Here’s who we recommend:

brighton-rocks-23-online-18183Our pick for Friday is Lout’s regular Brighton Rocks night. This week The Witches, Fragile Creatures, Little Shocks, and Bliss are on the bill at Sticky Mikes. The BIG gig in town is Rizzle Kicks at the Brighton Centre. Apparently that starts at 6.30, and I’m sure most of their audience probably need to get to bed early, so if you were keen you could probably get to both! 😉

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Our choice for Saturday is the Riots not Diets Christmas Party at the West Hill, headlined by Shrag. There’s  support from Cosines, Bad Librarians and Fulhast, as well as a film about post-punk girl group Dolly Mixture. You can pick up a ticket for six quid from Resident.

Action Beat aren’t from Brighton, but Speak Galactic and P for Persia who are supporting them at the Prince Albert are. Also, Luke Sital Singh is on at the Hope – probably your last chance to see him anywhere so small, so don’t miss out!