Brighton Gigs of The Week! 6th August – 11th August
As always, we have compiled a list of the best live music Brighton has to offer for the week! We can assure you that Brighton’s fantastic music scene has yet again delivered!
Monday 6: Los Scallywags @ The Richmond
Come down to The Richmond this Monday and see Australian three piece band Los Scallywags play live. Coming from the Australian Punk scene, their music can be described as surf rock, punk and alternative, and fans can expect a fast paced energetic performance from the trio!
The Richmond, Doors open 7:00pm, more info, 33 Richmond Place, Brighton, BN2 9NA
Tuesday 7: Pardans @ Green Door Store
Alternative indie rock band Pardans play in Brighton for the first time this Tuesday at the Green Door Store. The Danish group are a a six-piece Jazz punk outfit from Copenhagen who describe their music as “a mix of intense orchestral no-rock, including tenor saxophone and viola”. With free entry and support coming from Chip Chop & Desire come down for a great evening!
The Green Door Store, more info, Trafalgar Arches, Lower Goods Yard, Brighton Train Station, Brighton, BN1 4FQ
Wednesday 8: Bishop Nehru @ The Haunt
Hip Hop artist Bishop Nehru play lives this Wednesday in the city at The Haunt. This American rapper and record producer from Nanuet New York is being described by promoters as “a fresh air for hip-hop”, so for a midweek music delight, come and see him play live!
Thursday 9: AJIMAL and Paul Thomas Saunders @ Rialto Theatre
Shape-shifting collective led by Fran O’Hanlon, AJIMAL, play the Rialton Theatre this Thursday. Hailing from Newcastle and now based in London, there music has been called many things from “minimal pop to grandiose haunted folk.” Fans can expect this live show to encompass elements of both soaring grandeur and pin drop intimacy. Support comes from Paul Thomas Saunders.
Rialto Theatre, £5.00 tickets/moreinfo, Doors from 7:30pm, 11 Dyke Road, Brighton, BN1 3FE
Friday 10: Talitha Rise @ Komedia Brighton
Songwriter and musician Talitha Rise with special guest musicians “An Abandoned Orchestra” headlines the Komedia Brighton this Friday. Following the June Release of her debut album ‘An Abandoned Orchid House’, Talitha brings her unique ethereal indie-folk sound to Brighton where fans can expect a night of deeply transported, emotional and beautiful songs and sounds. Support comes from Nick Webb.
Saturday 11: Eliza and the Bear @ Komedia Brighton
The week ends strongly with London indie rock band Eliza and the Bear playing at the Komedia. Formed in 2011 the five bandmembers currently consist of James Kellegher (lead vocals, guitar), Martin Dukelow (guitar), Chris Brand (bass guitar), Paul Kevin Jackson (drums) and Callie Noakes (keyboards). There will also be support from artists Lauran Hibberd and Glass Peaks.
Komedia Brighton, £8.00 tickets, Doors open 19:00, 44-47 Gardner Street, Brighton, BN1 1UN