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Brighton Resident Writes Behind-The-Scenes Memoir To His Heady But Not-So-Glamorous Days As A Dance DJ
'We're words upon a window - Written there in steam - In the heat of the moment - At the birth of a dream - Vapors passing really,' sang Paul Weller on the 1998 title track of his Stanley Road follow-up, Heavy Soul. Words that could also act as a mantra for Brighton resident Harold Heath, a dance DJ who has written a book called Long Relationships: My Incredible Journey from Unknown DJ to Small-time DJ.

Bobby Gillespie & Jehnny Beth Present Part Two Of Their Fictional Couple At War Ahead Of New Album Utopian Ashes
When ex-Brighton resident Bobby Gillespie and Jehnny Beth announced their collaboration with the single Remember We Were Lovers, it ignited fascination amongst fans of Primal Scream, Savages and alternative music in general.

Mr Jukes & Barney Artist Take A Rollercoaster Ride As They Unify Great Vibes With A Meaningful Message On New Track Vibrate
Vibrate is a playful introduction to the world Jukes (Jack Steadman) and Barney have created, built on a mutual love of A Tribe Called Quest and J Dilla, alongside contemporary heavyweights like Kendrick Lamar, Kano and Ghostpoet.

Brighton Festival Guest Director Lemn Sissay Calls For Contributions To His New Storytelling Website
Born in the same year Brighton Festival began, the British and Ethiopian writer Lemn Sissay MBE, has launched Tell Me Something About Family

New Exhibitions @ Towner Eastbourne From John Nash, John Akomfrah & Lothar Götz
In a career spanning more than seven decades, John Nash produced work across a range of mediums, from iconic oil paintings to accomplished wood engravings, line-drawings, lithographs and watercolours.  

Charleston: Artists Home & Cultural Centre In The South Downs National Park Reopens This Month
One of Sussex's most important cultural destinations is poised to reopen its doors to the public, with two new exhibitions, dinner service display celebrating famous women and a new café.

Tricky Second Album Syndrome Not A Problem For Laura Marling & Mike Lindsay's LUMP
LUMP, a collaboration between Laura Marling and Mike Lindsay of Tunng, will release their new album, Animal, this summer, before heading to Brighton for a date at Patterns.

World Premiere Of Major Art Installation Is Open For Viewing As Part Of Brighton Festival
The world premiere of sound artist Ray Lee's Points of Departure has opened at Shoreham Port as part of Brighton Festival's programme of outdoor events.
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