New Brighton Music

It’s New Music Time! We’re going to kick off this week’s post by saying happy release day to Orchards, Slum of Legs and Knightstown, all of whom have new albums out today (Knightstown also has an EP of material that isn’t on the album but we’ll post something from that next time around.

Orchards / Burn Alive (taken from Lovecore album)
Slum of Legs / Benetint & Malevolence (taken from Slum of Legs album)
Knightstown / Gossamer (from Locus album)
Beachtape / Somewhere Better
Boudicca / Caveman
Thrillhouse / Lesser
Para Fiction / Episode 47
Eden Farrow / Baggage
Jarki Monno / Wet Shave
Treadell / Marks
Idlewood / Waiting for Something (from Idlewood EP)
Indigo Riot / Pay No Mind

Normanton Street / Whatever

New Brighton Music

We’ve got a massive new music post for you all this week. The kind of post that normally means I’ve skipped a week, but it’s not been that long since I posted. Things kick things off with the new single from Orchards, whose debut album comes out next week: Continue reading

New Brighton Music

Time for another new music post. This time around we’ve got new ones from Orchards (who also announced details of their new album this week, which you can pre-order from their website), and Wax Machine (which can be pre-ordered through their bandcamp page amongst other places) who also appear on the new Hill album which is included too. Oh, and for Penelope Isles fans we’ve also got the new Ciel track, produced by Jack Wolter. Continue reading

Brighton Music Blog Best of 2019

It’s Christmas Eve Eve, and we’ve left it a bit late to come up with our end of the year round up. Without much further ado, here it is – We say it every year, but this isn’t an ordered list, because you just can’t compare a band who’ve been releasing records for over twenty years with another who’ve just put out their first release. So hopefully there’s something in here for everyone, whether you’ve been listening to Nick Cave since he played with The Birthday Party, or you discovered CLT DRP at a sweaty night at the Green Door Store: Continue reading

New Brighton Music

Here’s this week’s new music post, which features the return of Orchards who today announced their biggest headline tour to date. Gone are the days of seeing them in small venues like the Hope & Ruin or the Prince Albert – their next gig in Brighton will be in April at Chalk. Continue reading

Orchards at the Hope & Ruin gallery

Last night Orchards headlined the Hope & Ruin, playing their first sold out headline show of their careers to date. The gig was in aid of Brighton Women’s Centre, so selling out is the best thing that could have happened for both the band and the charity involved. Support came from Libra Libra (who we saw) and Pollon (who we sadly missed). Continue reading