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Brighton Gigs of the week

Brighton Gigs of the week
Peggy Bain
  • On February 26, 2018

Listen below to the plethora of artists that will be taking to Brighton’s stages this week. From intimate acoustic gigs at Brighton’s coziest haunts, to ear blasting explosions in vast venues, there’s something to suit everyone’s musical taste this week. We’ve chosen a select few so you can listen, be inspired, and get your tickets now!


  • The Brighton Centre, Brighton
  • Tue 27th Feb @ 18:30
  • Alt Rock, Indie, Pop
  • from £48.95

‘One of Britain’s best live bands Stereophonics will embark on a major UK arena tour in February 2018 following the release their new album ‘Scream Above The Sounds’.

Tickets available here

Listen to their new album, ‘Scream Above The Sounds’, now:

Hidden Herd Presents: Strong Asian Mothers

  • The Hope and Ruin, Brighton
  • Wed 28th Feb @ 19:00
  • Indie, Hip Hop, RnB
  • from £5.00

“a glorious technicolour fusion of hip-hop, R&B and earworming indie pop” – Hidden Herd

With support from: Safe To Swim and MOONOVERSUN

Tickets available here

Listen below:

Jamila Woods

  • Green Door Store, Brighton
  • Wed 28th Feb @ 19:30
  • Soul
  • from £8.00

‘Jamila is an artist of substance creating music crafted witha sturdy foundation of her passions and influences. True and pure in its construction and execution, her music is the best representation of Jamila herself: strong in her roots, confident in her ideas, and attuned to the people, places and things shaping her world.’

Tickets available here

Listen below:

Bam!Bam!Bam! Present: Zara McFarlane

  • Komedia, Brighton
  • Wed 28th Feb @ 19:30
  • Reggae, Dub, Jazz, Psych
  • from £12.50

Her previous albums have gathered a clutch of awards, drawing from influences as widely ranging as the deep spiritual jazz of Pharoah Sanders to dub and reggae and her live shows have seen McFarlane and her band create a joint exploration of the meeting points between jazz and the rhythms of Jamaica; reggae, Kumina, calypso and nyabinghi, shaded with hints of the psychedelic.

‘The most interesting jazz singer to appear in years’ – The Telegraph

Tickets available here

Listen here:

Happy Accidents / Milk Crimes

  • Sticky Mikes Frog Bar, Brighton
  • Fri 2nd Mar @ 19:00
  • Indie, Punk, Pop
  • from £7.00

HAPPY ACCIDENTS – ‘London popstars with a new LP out on Alcopop!’

MILK CRIMES – ‘Garage pop from Leeds’

Tickets available here 

Listen below:

The Selecter + The Beat

  • Brighton Dome, Brighton
  • Fri 2nd Mar @ 19:30
  • Ska
  • from £30.00

‘Don’t miss arguably two of the best live bands around playing full sets of their many hits and more each night with a joint encore.’

‘Life-long friends, The Selecter and The Beat feat. Ranking Roger are two of the main bands to come out of 2 Tone- a crucial musical and cultural movement which is still as relevant today as it was over 30 years ago. Renowned for their energetic live shows, longevity has not diminished either bands ability to put in a performance and get everyone in a room, or field, dancing.’

Tickets available here

Listen to The Selecter below:

Cosmic Flo. presents Temples Of Youth // Yumi And The Weather

  • The Hope and Ruin, Brighton
  • Fri 2nd Mar @ 20:00
  • Alt Rock, Indie, Pop, Electronica
  • from £4.00

‘This new UK duo from the Winchester area are creating some rather thoughtful twilight hours pop, with a cinematic dreaminess that’s worth your attention’ – Breaking More Waves

‘Thoughtful electronic pop songs done well’ – The Quietus (Rory Gibb)

‘Soothing vocals and fuzzy hooks’ – Wonderland

‘Spider-like guitar lines recalling The XX’ – Clash

‘Yumi And The Weather is the wavy seaside guitar-electronica & rhythmically led pop of Ruby Taylor, a veteran of Brighton’s alternative music scene.’

Tickets available here

Listen below to Temples Of Youth:

Aklash Album Launch + Support

  • Green Door Store, Brighton
  • Sat 3rd Mar @ 18:00
  • Metal
  • from £5.00

‘Aklash launch their highly anticipated new album ‘Where The Ocean Meets The Sky’!’

Support comes from… Nonserviam/Nomos/Auri

Tickets available here

Listen to Aklash’s debut album below:


  • The Brighton Centre, Brighton
  • Sat 3rd Mar @ 18:30
  • Indie, Pop
  • from £35.00

‘Morrissey is proud to announce his first full UK tour since 2015, giving fans the chance to hear tracks from Low in High School.’

‘Low in High School will be Morrissey’s first studio album since 2014 and his debut for BMG. The album will see BMG partnering with Morrissey on the new release and on the launch of his new label, Etienne Records. Low in High School was recorded at La Fabrique Studios in France and in Rome at Ennio Morricone’s Forum Studios. The record is produced by Joe Chiccarelli (who has worked with Frank Zappa, The Strokes, Beck and The White Stripes to name a few).’

“This hour-long set was a joy… Morrissey looked and sounded like a star” – The Times ****

“It all suggested that next month’s new album, Low in High School, his first in three years, could be classic Morrissey: musically adventurous, witty and political” – The Daily Telegraph ****

“Consistently excellent – 4 Stars” – Q

Tickets available here

Listen to the new album below:

Swingrowers – Album Launch

  • The Haunt, Brighton
  • Sat 3rd Mar @ 19:00
  • Electronica
  • from £10.00

‘We’re bringing an amazing double bill to Brighton. Sicily’s finest export SWINGROWERS arrive in the UK for the launch of their brilliant new album ‘OUTSIDEIN’ with a punchy new live show. Plus support from the mighty ELECTRIC SWING CIRCUS. Not only the band behind the Swingamajig Festival but also festival favourites in their own right. Guaranteed good times.’

Tickets available here

Listen to Swingrowers here:

Of Empires

  • The Prince Albert, Brighton
  • Sun 4th Mar @ 20:00
  • Alt Rock, Indie
  • from £6.00

Lout Promotions present: Of Empires plus ARCADES & Dead Natives

Tickets available here

Listen to Of Empires below:

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