Top Gigs This Week – September 27th – October 1st
Jess Thristan @ Latest Music Bar – Tuesday
In 2014 at the age of 18 Jess began creating her debut album, working with the likes of Steve Crisanthou, who co-wrote the huge Corinne Bailey-Rae single ‘Put Your Records On’ and the Eliza Doolttle single ‘Mr Medicine’. The end of 2015 saw the release of her new single ‘From Me To You’ which is a beautiful and completely new arrangement of the Beatles classic and set to touch the hearts of all who get to hear it, her influences include Nina Nesbit, The Beatles & Coldplay. This Autumn will see the release of a new single and a tour across the UK to promote it.
7:30 PM, The Latest Music Bar, 14-17 Manchester Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1TF, +44 (0)1273 687171
Resonators @ Brighton Dome – Wednesday
Nine piece dub/reggae group Resonators celebrate the release of their third studio albumImaginary People (out Fri 30 Sep). The album sees Resonators release their heaviest, deepest production to date. Steeped in psychedelic dub, Resonators create a cross-over sound with an appeal beyond just reggae fans.
This is a rare chance to see Resonators at their own headline show, showcasing material from the new album for the very first time, alongside live favourites from their back catalogue.
Brighton Dome, Church Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1UE, +44 (0)1273 709709
Natalie McCool @ The Green Door Store – Thursday
Having risen through the ranks of the UK indie world, championed by pop stars and indie icons and collaborated with Suede legend Bernard Butler on her stunning 2013 self-titled album, Liverpool’s Natalie McCool is a songwriter with a unique turn of phrase and melody that she applies to the classic themes of romance and heartache in a way that makes them thrilling and personal to the listener.
TOTAL STONE ROSES @ Concorde 2 – Friday
The Total Stone Roses play a 90min set of all of the best roses material including ‘She Bangs The Drums’, ‘Fools Gold’, ‘Waterfall, ‘I Wanna Be Adored’ and ‘Love Spreads’.
Throughout the last year or so, The Total Stone Roses have been playing gigs and stunning audiences throughout the country building up a solid fan base that makes them a force to be reckoned with in the tribute scene. The band are all in their early to mid twenties, bringing the same passion, vigor, arrogance and charisma that only the young have, the old want and that cannot be faked. This same drive is what gave The Stone Roses their ‘X Factor’ and took them to the heady heights of success and fame that they achieved in the late 1980′s and early 1990′s and beyond.