Top Gigs This Week! May 15 – May 21

Birdskulls. Credit @ Greg Jackson.

If you’ve got the Monday blues, then we know a way to cheer you up! What’s better than kicking off the week with some great live music? Here are our suggestions for this week’s top gigs in Brighton!

Credit @ Good Foxy fb.

Credit @ Good Foxy fb.

Monday – Good Foxy @ Green Door Store

This five piece band from Lancashire plays its very own funky rock’n’roll mixed with blues and acoustic sounds. Good Foxy will be the headliner of this band night that also features White Hart, The Geisha Girls and La Lune.

Starts at 7:30 pm. The Green Door Store, Lower Goods Yard, Brighton Train Station, Brighton BN1 4FQ. Entry is £5.

Credit @ Three Little Bops fb.

Credit @ Three Little Bops fb.

Tuesday – Three Little Bops @ The Mesmerist

Inspired by the music played in New York’s late night clubs of the 50’s and 60’s, Three Little Bops will take you on a journey into the grooves of the golden era of jazz and blues.

Starts at 9:30 pm. The Mesmerist, 1-5 Prince Albert St, Brighton BN1 1HE. Free entry.

Credit @ Brighton Fringe Photography.

Credit @ Brighton Fringe Photography.

Wednesday – Avery*Sunshine & Yakul

This US Soul Vocalist is ready to bring some sunshine to Brighton’s stages. With her great live performances and the honesty in her lyrics, Avery*Sunshine has managed to gain many fans all across the UK. Support will come from newly founded Brighton based soul/hip-hop band Yakul.

Starts ay 7:30 pm. The Old Market, 11A Upper Market St, Brighton BN3 1AS. Tickets are £16,50 and are on sale here.

Credit @ The Wild fb.

Credit @ The Wild fb.

Thursday – The Wild & Friends @ Artista Cafe and Gallery in Hove

Together with singer- songwriters Zoe Zori and Charlie Clark and Rock band Twenty Minutes LATE, The Wild will bring some fresh music tunes to Brighton. Using all sorts of instruments ranging from the electric guitar to a banjo or even a viola, this three piece Sussex band plays their very own mix of acoustic, country, folk, indie and rock.

Doors open at 8:30 pm. Gig starts at 9:30 pm. Artista Cafe & Gallery, 42 Waterloo St, Hove BN31AY. Entry is £5. Tickets on sale here.

Credit @ Chicane fb.

Credit @ Chicane fb.

Friday – Chicane @ Concorde 2

Not only has he co-written for stars such as Bryan Adams, Cher or Natasha Bedingfield, but Chicane aka Nicholas Bracegirdle has also released six own albums so far. Today, he counts as one the most prolific producers, composers and hit makers in the trance music scene. This Friday, he will be performing live at Concorde 2.

Doors will open at 7:30 pm. Concorde 2, 286A Madeira Dr, Brighton BN2 1EN. Tickets are £20 and can be purchased here.

Credit @ Poppy Marriott.

Credit @ Poppy Marriott.

Saturday – The Kemptown Massacre @ Brighton Youth Centre

As part of the Unofficial Escape, Brighton Youth Centre will host a series of music performances featuring female five piece band Yassassin, alternative band Birdskulls, local band White Room, as well as Scottish band And Yet It Moves and Flyying Colours from Melbourne.

Starts at 2:30 pm. Brighton Youth Centre, 64 Edward St, Brighton BN2 0JR. Entry is £5,50. Tickets are on sale here.

Credit @ charlesfaitdelaphoto.com

Credit @ charlesfaitdelaphoto.com

Sunday – Heaters @ Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar

Michigan-based psych rock band Heaters will take on Brighton’s stages with an exciting combination of hard driven garage psych and hip-shaking live set.

Starts at 8 pm. Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, 9-12 Middle St, Brighton BN1 1AL. Free entry.

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