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Gigs of the week: 15th – 21st April

Gigs of the week: 15th – 21st April
Hannah Midgley

As always, we have handpicked a selection of some of the best gigs on in Brighton for you to enjoy. This week we have included a range of young but incredibly well-received artists, who have bright futures ahead of them, as well as a two day festival at Concorde 2 over the weekend.

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© Jamie Lenman

Charlie Hula @ The Brunswick, Monday 15th April

Charlie Hula is a folk singer and songwriter, who is in the early stages of what is expected to be a ‘long and fruitful career’. He draws from music from a range of eras, and explores the different emotions of the human experience. This is his first performance at his hometown, so get down to The Brunswick for a special start to your week.

Charlie Hula
© Robert McCluskey

The Brunswick, 8 pm – 11 pm. Tickets £4 (18+). 1 Holland Road, BN3 1JF

Marissa Nadler @ The Prince Albert, Tuesday 16th April

Following the release of her latest album ‘Droneflower‘, Boston based Marissa Nadler is bringing her critically acclaimed Americana Gothic sound to Brighton this Tuesday. With her sound described as ‘beautifully eerie‘, ‘powerful‘ and ‘nior croon‘, she is not one to be missed.


© Marissa Nadler

The Prince Albert, 8 pm – 11 pm. Tickets £12 (+BF). 18+. 48 Trafalgar Street, BN1 4ED

The Big Spring @ The Haunt, Wednesday 17th April

Big Spring are a London-based alternative rock band, who’s debut single ‘Buzzards Leave The Bones‘ got them named as the ‘Best New Band in Britain‘ by Dan P Carter on BBC Radio 1. They have a bright future ahead of them, and you have a good option for a mid-week pick me up!


© The Big Spring

The Green Door Store, 7.30 pm – 10 pm. Tickets £5. 18+. 3 Trafalgar Street, BN1 4FQ

Faeland @ Komedia, Thursday 18th April

Faeland is an uplifting acoustic folk-pop band who explore mystical sounds and enchanting lyrics in their performances. Their sound has been described as ‘technically impressive‘, whilst remaining ‘extremely accessible’. With support from Olivia Van Dort.


© Faeland

Komedia Brighton, 7.30 pm. Tickets £9 (+BF). 14+ (under 16’s accompanied).
44-47 Gardner Street, BN1 1UN
 

The Big Push @ The Lion and Lobster, Friday 19th April

The Big Push is a Brighton-based band consisting of three very talented young musicians, Gorran Kendall, Romain Axisa and the brilliant Ren – 
a singer, songwriter, rapper, multi-instrumentalist who is gaining a rapidly increasing fanbase.
If you haven’t done so already, check these guys out, they are a must see.


© The Big Push

The Lion and Lobster, 8.30 pm – 11 pm. 18+. 24 Sillwood Street, BN1 2PS.

Bad Pond Festival @ Concorde 2, Saturday 20th April

Small Pond’s ‘Bad Pond‘ Festival started three years ago, as a one-day event at the Green Door Store. Since then it has grown into a massive two-day event, and has moved to the larger Concorde 2. Saturday line-up: Three Trapped Tigers, Tangled Hair, Anchorsong, Natalie Evans, Pijn Soeur, Nervus, Wild Cat Strike, CLT, DRP, Beach Riot, Holyglam and more.


© Natalie Evans

Concorde 2, 2 pm – 10 pm. Tickets £20 (+BF). Weekend Tickets £35. 14+ (Under 18’s accompanied). Madeira Drive, BN2 1EN

Bad Pond Festival @ Concorde 2, Sunday 21st April

Small Pond’s ‘Bad Pond‘ Festival started three years ago, as a one-day event at the Green Door Store. Since then it has grown into a massive two-day event, and has moved to the larger Concorde 2. Sunday line-up: Jamie Lenman, Town Portal, Palm Reader, Kagoule, OHHMS, Body Hound, Poly-Math, Broker, The Guts, and many more.


© Jamie Lenman

Concorde 2, 2 pm – 10 pm. Tickets £20 (+BF). Weekend Tickets £35. 14+ (Under 18’s accompanied). Madeira Drive, BN2 1EN

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