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Gigs of the week: January 28th – Febuary 3rd

Gigs of the week: January 28th – Febuary 3rd
Hannah Midgley

To celebrate an end to the first month of 2019 we have selected some of the best gigs in Brighton and Hove this week. With a range of sounds from Brighton Americana Week, local bands, and a Madness-Specials fusion, there is a lot to choose from.

Featured image Israel Nash © Caroline Ruffault

Wild Ponies + Danni Nicolls @ The Prince Albert, Monday 28th January

For Brighton Americana Week, Wild Ponies and Danni Nicolls will be performing smoky soul, folk – pop and alt-country sounds at The Prince Albert. Inspired by the musical roots of Nashville, a place so popular for its music scene that it is commonly known as ‘Music City’, and Southwest Virginia, these powerful musicians will take you to out of the city and into the rugged landscapes of North America.

Wild Ponies © Neilson Hubbard

The Prince Albert, 8pm – 11pm. Tickets £11.50. 18+. 48 Trafalgar Street, BN1 4ED 

Israel Nash @ Komedia, Tuesday 29th January

Singer, songwriter and guitarist Israel Nash will be rocking out at Komedia this Tuesday as part of his ‘Lifted’ tour. With his newest album described by the Rolling Stone as ‘A master of sonic textures’, you can expect a top quality performance from this Texan legend.

Isreal Nash © One Inch Band

Komedia, 7pm – 10.30pm. Tickets £15.00. 14+ (under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult). 44 Gardner Street, BN1 1UN

Roma Palace @ The Prince Albert, Wednesday 30th January

Brighton-based best friends, Pol Mira, Craig Glynn and David Ngochinya form a tight-knit four-piece bluesy pop band that makes you want to move. Joining them for the evening are Isla North, who will be performing feel-good indie rock, and Drowning Boy who create sunny vibes with their funky beats. Join these local bands for a mid-week pick me up.

Roma Palace © ShotByButch

The Prince Albert, 7.30pm – 10.30pm. Tickets £6. 18+. 48 Trafalgar Street, BN1 4ED 

Dilly Dally @ The Hope and Ruin, Thursday 31st January

Canadian alternative rockers, Dilly Dally toured the world and took the press by storm in 2015. After taking a break from the weight of this success they have risen from the ashes with a new, ferocious album ‘Heaven’. Their explosive sound acknowledges pain whilst also promoting an energy for hope.

Dilly Dally © One Inch Band

The Hope and Ruin, 8pm – 11pm. Tickets £10. 18+. 11-12 Queens Road, BN13

Los Albertos @ The Haunt, Friday 1st Febuary

Los Albertos are a 6 piece Brighton-based band who fuse old school ska, drum and bass, and techno, with a groovy pop sensibility. Join this popular band for a dancey end to the week.

Los Albertos © Punker Bunker

The Haunt, 7pm – 10pm. Tickets £11. 18+. 10 Pool Valley Coach Station, BN1 1NJ 

Special Kinda Madness @ Concorde 2, Saturday 2nd February

This two-tone tribute band combines the energetic ska sounds of The Specials, alongside Madness’s iconic tunes. Their performance of authentic sets from each band has had very popular reviews… if you want a weekend boogie this is the place to be.

© Special Kinda Madness

Concorde 2, 7pm – 10pm. Tickets £15. 14+ (under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult). Madeira Drive, BN2 1EN

The Once @ The Green Door Store, Sunday 5th February

After a sell-out show at The Prince Albert, Newfoundland based The Once are returning to Brighton this Sunday. Their stunning sound has been placed in international film and television and won them multiple awards (East Coast Music Awards, the Canadian Folk Awards, JUNO Awards).

The Once © Good Lies

The Green Door Store, 7pm – 10.30pm. Tickets £9. 18+. 3 Trafalgar Street, BN1 4FQ 

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