New Brighton Music

Here’s this week’s new music post, a little bit later in the week than I had planned, but that just means it’ll be less time to wait until the next one (and hopefully we’ll have a Brighton Rocks to post in the next day or two as well)

Fujiya & Miyagi / Personal Space (BUNKR Remix)
Wild Cat Strike / Good Looking (from The Blood Orange Sessions EP)
Garden Centre / Naked Ape
The Cravats / Shy
Eone / Digital Vision
Remi Miles / Butterfly Behind The Fire

And here’s the non-Spotify bits

Nancy / When I’m With You (I Feel Love)

Kai Khan / Can’t Be Mine

Frank & Beans / JohnnyPoet

Dead Skin Sessions / The Height That I Am

Altamotion / Parallel Fortunes

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New Brighton Music

It’s been a bit quiet recently musically around town. There are always fewer gigs, and I thought there hadn’t been that many new releases until I sat down to write today’s new music post, and it turns out that maybe it’s not quite as quiet as I’d realised. As per our last new music post, we’ve now got a spotify playlist for all the new tracks:

Wild Cat Strike / Everyone Feels The Same (Blood Orange Sessions)
Luvia / Kiss
Salt Ashes / Into The Groove
Gnarlah / Slave
Oxomo / What You Told Yourself (feat Boudicca)
Garden Centre / Wide Sea
Yassi V / You Deserve Better
JOSEPHPOISON / Apollo (from Life Is Precious EP)
Eden Farrow / How To Treat An Ex
Yakul / Getting Late (feat Louis IV) (from Getting Late EP)
Time for T / Screenshot
Distant Animals / Weaves
Harry Aiden / Somebody Better (Thomas Godel remix)
Zac Samuel / Take It Back

And here’s the non-spotify bits:

BUNKR / For The Birds (from forthcoming The Initiation well album)

Self Help Group / Fame

The Brighton Music Blog guide to The Great Escape 2019

TGE19

Next week sees the return of The Great Escape, where we all get even less sleep than normal, and anywhere you could imagine a stage, and a few places you couldn’t, turn into venues for three days. It overshadows most other musical happenings in May, which is quite remarkable since May is also the month of Brighton Festival, so this post replaces our usual monthly gig preview. Continue reading

New Brighton Music

It’s a fairly quiet week for new Brighton music this week for some reason – I’ve already got as many tracks lined up for next week’s new music post. Here’s what’s new now though:

Artist: Adal
Track Name: Sleeping Alone
Taken From: Sleeping Alone single
Release Date: 15/03/2019
https://open.spotify.com/album/44ESTxO7BPo8mvSQTw24nf?si=_T_rRRV8QFOmliWyvCj__w Continue reading

February Gig Previews

27024292_1758823704148932_4865391248267470806_oSo, that’s January pretty much done with, which means it’s time for our February gig roundup. First up is an all dayer at the Green Door Store this Saturday from our friends over at Brighton Noise. Thanks to the Facebook event saying “in no particular order” we can’t quite work out who’s headlining out of Dirty White Fever, Breathe Panel, Garden Centre, Penelope Isles (playing songs from their individual solo projects), Leatherhead, Tilt, Merlin Tonto, Perch and the National Intelligence Agency, but we trust their judgement and it’ll be great whatever you get to see. Continue reading

July Brighton Gig Previews

We don’t do gig previews that much any more, mainly because we don’t get out nearly as much as we used to. We’ve got a big feature coming, but it’s taking a little while to get together, so to tide you over until then, here’s a few gigs that have caught our eye over the coming month:

Tomorrow night (Monday 10th July), Bleeding Hearts almost celebrate their fifteen birthday at The Rialto. As they put it: “We’d planned to host an alldayer only to find out that our adversaries had used their telemeters to evil effect. Due to dimentional complications we will not be celebrating the actual anniversary but instead our inability to celebrate our longeveness.”. On the bill are Garden Centre, Academy of the Sun, Gary Goodman and Sam Cutting. Continue reading

New Brighton Music

January was a fairly quiet month for new music, so our second post of the year has taken until February. We’re going to start large, with one of the biggest bands from round these parts. Orbital are back with a track called Kinetic 2017, which is a remix of an Orbital side project release from 1992:

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