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Gigs of the Week in Brighton: Breathe Panel, Tigercats & More!

Gigs of the Week in Brighton: Breathe Panel, Tigercats & More!
Jack Mitchell-Charman

Brighton’s music scene offers a fascinating mix of artists this week! We have compiled the very best so that you don’t have to!

Lightcliffe join Don’t Worry at The Hope & Ruin

Monday 16th July: Start your week off with a blast, and see indie rockers Don’t Worry! The band play The Hope and Ruin, and are joined by fellow indie band Lightcliffe!

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Breathe Panel play at Resident Records

Tuesday 17th July: Tuesday offers another indie dose with Breathe Panel. The mellow band play at Brighton’s #1 record store, Resident Records. They are a band set for a big break in the near future! Be sure to see their free in-store performance.

The All Things Must Pass Orchestra cover the work of George Harrison

Wednesday 18th July: Wednesday offers a change of pace, with a wholly unique experience on offer. See the All Things Must Pass 10-piece orchestra perform the music of George Harrison at Dukes at Komedia, from his Beatles work to his solo career.

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Projector play The Green Door Store

Thursday 19th July: See some hard-hitting rock at The Green Door Store. The band Projector describes themselves as a mix of Sonic Youth, Pixies and Joy Division. They are joined by Egyptian Blue, Clt Drp, and Beach Riot.

Tickets here

Tigercats play the Prince Albert

Friday 20th July: Tigercats, a psychedelic pop band from London, play the Prince Albert. The band have just dropped their third album, and are continuing to gather a dedicated following.

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Grey Hairs are 1 of 11 bands playing The Green Door Store

Saturday 21st July: The Green Door Store see a day of music hosted by Tatty Seaside Town! The day will see 11 different bands play. So, if you’re at a loose end for Saturday, you’ve been well and truly saved!

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Noya Rao play the Brighton Dome

Sunday 22nd July: End the week with some mellow indie electronic music, courtesy of Noya Rao. The up-and-coming band play Brighton Dome as part of the renowned JAZZ RE:FEST!

Tickets here

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