Gigs Of The Week! 13th – 19th March
Monday – Flash Mob Jazz @ The Mesmerist
Old school moving to new cool. As versatile and entertaining as any vocal jazz group you may hear. The Flash Mob Jazz boys take their original influences of some iconic masters and transforms them into their own unique flavour and unforgettable sound.
Photo by Zoe De Boehmler
9: 30 pm – 11:30 pm
Tuesday- Cat Power @ Concorde 2
Moody ruminations on the fragile nature of life can be a tough sell, especially when they’re flecked with haunting moans and screams. But from the mid-1990s on, Chan Marshall has proven herself a singer and songwriter who can really get under your skin. Working under the name Cat Power, she’s earned a devoted, steadily growing fanbase that’s followed her from humble avant-folk beginnings. As much about atmosphere as they are melody, her records have also become successively richer in sound, soul and scope.
7:30 pm – 11 pm
Wednesday – LAISH @ The Prince Albert
Songwriter Danny Green is back in Brighton for his first full-band show in the city since 2013. Expect melancholy, mischevious pop with a trace of Danny’s folksy roots.
Tickets £12 / £8
Wednesday – Fatherson @ The Hope and Ruin
Fatherson know all about the slow build. It’s there in the band’s backstory – they’re young men, barely into their twenties, but their tale together is old, stretching back into a shared childhood. And it’s there in the trio’s music – beautiful, emotional, uplifting, well-wrought songs that take their time to do their magic. Plus support from Quiet Lions.
Wednesday – Francesca Fulmini @ The Brunswick
FRANCESCA FULMINI is a soul and hip-hop singer-songwriter accompanied by a 5-piece band made up of a cellist, a keyboardist and a rhythm section: bass, electric guitar and drums. They are all based in Brighton and their main influence is soul.
Tickets: £3:50 advance, £5 OTD
Thursday – Fine Creatures @ Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar
Three-piece alternative Brighton-based band, bringing you rocky, grungy beats. Plus support from The Rocking Horse Club and Submariner.
7 pm – 11 pm
Tickets £3 advance, £4 OTD
Thursday – Casa Jams @ Casablanca
All musicians are welcome to come and play with our amazing house bands. BIMMers, musos, and all our usual Casa crew should bring their guitars, drumsticks and vocal chords. Brighton’s best musicians and vocalists will be showcasing their skills in front of a live audience and performing with a talented, experienced and encouraging band who have a huge repertoire of funk, soul, pop and Motown, both classic and current. Drinks promos all night.
11 pm – 3 am
3 Middle Street, Brighton, East Sussex Tel: 01273 321817 Website
Friday – Jesus and His Judgemental Father @ The Green Door Store
This queer pop-punk four piece are bringing back the true meaning of punk. The underground foursome from Leeds will be rocking Brighton with anti-gender police lyrics, along with Bloom.
Tickets from £5
Friday – Black Delta Movement @ Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar
Black Delta Movement are a Hull-based band with a psychedelic garage sound and many different influences ranging from the likes of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Paul Weller, The Small Faces and The Black Keys. Plus support from Blow Out, Psyence, and Messy Bird.
7 pm – 10:15 pm
Friday- Jon and Roy @ The Brunswick
The Canadian outfit has been a steady presence on the British Columbian roots music scene since the arrival of their 2005 debut, “Sittin’ Back”. Tours with Xavier Rudd, The Cat Empire, Trevor Hall, Buck 65, Current Swell and more, furthered their reputation as a must-see live act. Plus support from The Deta Bell.
Over 18’s only
Tickets £10 advance, £12 OTD
Saturday – Russian Circles @ The Haunt
Perhaps the most immediately apparent characteristic of the fifth Russian Circles album, Memorial is its wide range of emotion-vacillating from somber-yet-soaring melodies on one track to pummeling metal heft on the next.
10 Pool Valley, Brighton BN1 1NJ, Website
Saturday – Rory Indiana @ The Hope and Ruin
Offering a refreshing, enigmatic spin on the Alt rock template. The group have a penchant for heavy head moving riffs, apocalyptic lyrics and corrupted pop anthems. This will be the alt-rock outfit’s first hometown headline show in almost a year.
Tickets £3 advance, £4 OTD
Sunday – Space Cadet @ The Green Door Store
Wind down your week with music that’s a little bit spacey, fuzzy, and weird. Plus support from Dirty, The Mighty Orchid King, and Inevitable Daydream.