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Brighton Photo Biennial Gives Way For Inaugural Photoworks Festival Which Audiences Can Experience In Three Ways
Photoworks Festival is the reshaping of one of the UK's longest running photography festivals - Brighton Photo Biennial - and is an idea developed by Shoair Mavlian, Director, Photoworks, which asks what a photography festival can be and who they are for. 

Junodream Issue A Timely Tale Of Contemporary Neuroses Swathed In A Soundscape Of Ever Expanding Musical Genres
Quintet Junodream are drawing on a wider palette of sounds for new single Easy Life, with post-rock and modern prog blending into their expansive mix of shoegaze and psychedelia. 

Brighton-Based All-Round Alt-Pop Fireball Oz Pens Honest Appraisal Of Class Driven Identity
Brighton-based singer-songwriter and all-round alt-pop fireball Oz's debut single Money is a statement-of-intent, an uncompromising synthesis of Garbage's dark-hued rock/electronica crossover with the bass-heavy zest of contemporary alt-pop. 

Moon Eyes: Dreamy New Single From Hong Kong Native Cehryl Captures Naivety Of New Love
Bedroom soul artist cehryl came to the United States from her native Hong Kong to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston and post-college found herself in Los Angeles forming a tight-knit scene with friends Zack Villere, Mulherin, Dijon, Alex Szotak and Soft Glas.

Monster: Bravery Of Fellow Survivors Inspires Musician To Speak Out Against Sexual Abuse Via Medium Of Song
Musician William Clapson (better known as Jack in Water) has released Monster, a song about Clapson's own experience of sexual abuse. 

Bastille's New Release Arrives In An Unexpected Blur After Almost Decade Long Trilogy
Bastille's new song, which features Blur guitarist Graham Coxon, might feel like a bit of a surprise release, not least to the band themselves, but as frontman Dan Smith says: “We finished the song and it felt urgent. We didn't want to sit on it.”

Train Passengers Asked To Avoid Brighton As Fears Grow Unofficial Pride Events May Compromise Social Distancing
Rail union RMT has issued a call to passengers to avoid ‎crowding Brighton trains this weekend as the public head to the area for unofficial Pride events and other attractions, seriously compromising social distancing and other COVID-19 safety protocols.

Oska Bites: Brighton-Based Film Festival Celebrates LGBTQ Learning Disability Culture
Oska Bright Film Festival, the world's leading learning disability film festival based in Brighton, takes its programme to the small screen with Oska Bites, regular programmes of award-winning short films.
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