Here’s our now-officially-regular-again October gig preview post. And it’s only the 3rd October! It’s getting nearer to the start of the month every time we do one.
There’s a lot to see this weekend, and hopefully something for everyone. On Friday night (6th) you could opt for The Dials, who launch their album at the Hope & Ruin, accompanied by a lightshow by Innerstrings and also a DJ set by Steve Mason. Alternatively you could head to the Rosehill where Shona Foster plays with her new band, supported by Ellie Ford. Or you could head to the Prince Albert, where Sparrow (or should that be Sprrw these days?) launch their new album . Continue reading
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Tagged AKDK, Dog in the Snow, Ellie Ford, Heavy Load, Innerstrings, King Mob, Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer, Normanton Street, Professor Elemental, Shona Foster, Sparrow, Spectrum, Steve Mason, The Dials, The New Faith, Yonaka |
It’s almost that time again – the highlight in the Brighton musical calendar, when anywhere you can fit in a PA becomes venue for a few days. Yes, this coming weekend is The
Great Escape Festival. We haven’t finalised our plans, but we’re probably going to end up seeing more Alt Escape stuff than proper Great Escape stuff, because that’s where the bulk of the local bands are playing. If you haven’t got yourself a ticket yet then you can get into all the Alt Escape stuff without one anyway.
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Tagged Abattoir Blues, Adal, Anteros, Blood Red Shoes, Bloom, Crayola Lectern, Dog in the Snow, Dream Wife, Fable, Fickle Friends, Fiddlers Elbow, Frost, Fukushima Dolphin, Great Escape Festival, Gurr, Jacko Hooper, KUB, Kudu Blue, La Momo, LOM, Magic Gang, Marthgunn, Nick Heyward, Octopuses, Our Girl, Porridge Radio, Porshyne, Pussy Liquor, Rose Elinor Dougall, Speak Galactic, TEEFF, The Big Moon, The Hundredth Anniversary, The Magic Gang, Thyla, Tigercub, Tom White, Yonaka, ZOFFF |
Here’s this week’s dose of new music. Our first track is the new release from
Yonaka. Ignorance has already received airplay on Radio 1, and it’s easy to hear why: