Wrong Creatures: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Return To Brighton Ahead Of New Album Release
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
are currently putting the finishing touches to their forthcoming eighth studio album, the follow-up to 2013's Specter At The Feast,
entitled Wrong Creatures
, which will be released early next year.
Kate Tempest Talks Community As Your Place Returns For Brighton Festival 2018
Brighton Festival's Your Place
- two weekends of free entertainment in Hangleton and East Brighton, is set to return for 2018 following last year's inaugural programme.
Interview: The Men Who Stare At Goats Writer Jon Ronson Brings Psychopath Night To Brighton
Writer, broadcaster and one-time keyboard player for Frank Sidebottom, Jon Ronson
has spent a substantial chunk of the last decade thinking about psychopaths
and, following an earlier tour, he's taking the results of that work back on the road this Autumn.
Simon Day In Character: Brian Pern & Billy Bleach Among The 'Stars' Resurrected @ Komedia Brighton
It's not been an easy ride
to 'stardom' for comedian Simon Day.
Only the stability of marriage and the birth of a child saved him from the worst addiction-fuelled ends.
Automatic For The People: Themes Of Mortality & Dying Resurrected On REM Reissue
REM frontman Michael Stipe
has reflected that the band's seminal album, Automatic For The People,
concerns topics of “mortality and dying,”
but he further notes, “mortality is a theme that writers have chosen to work with throughout time."
Memories Sought From Brighton Domes One-Hundred Year History As A Performance Venue
To mark 150 years as a performance venue, Brighton Dome
is seeking memories from across its rich history. Submissions will help inform new heritage displays
which will go on show when the refurbished buildings re-open in late 2018.
Concrete And Gold: Foo Fighters Find Fresh Pastures On New Album
“I wanted it to be the biggest sounding Foo Fighters record ever. To make a gigantic rock record but with Greg Kurstin's sense of melody and arrangement… Motorhead's version of Sgt. Pepper… or something like that.”
Interview: Leading Mali Musician Habib Koite In Conversation
One of Mali's leading musicians
, and descended from a line of Khassonké griots (traditional troubadors), Habib Koité
is back in the UK this October for the first time in a decade, and he will be joined by longtime band Bamada for a concert in Brighton.