Jetpack Elastic are a four piece, female fronted band hailing from Brighton. They’ve explained that their influences are a combination of many different styles including metal and funk, with a “British Pop Sensibility”. The first track I heard from their
Brighton promoter and radio show Pelirocco Platters is proud to be hosting the Stone Foundation event at The Dukebox @ St. Andrews. Stone Foundation are a group of eight, like-minded individuals that team together to make an exciting blend of
The cold wind was driving the rain like bullets of ice as I made my way along Western Road to the basement of the Mad Hatter Cafe and descended into The Rabbit Hole. None of this inclement weather seemed to
“Fanfare is a collection of some of my favourite home recordings from over the past few years and it’s very much a personal album.” As I have never done an album review before, it was quite an interesting prospect for
What caught my eye last weekend was a gig @ The Cyclists, Brighton Station. It caught my attention because it started @ 6pm Friday evening. Strange time but fitted in nicely with my after work drinking after a strenuous week
Tuesday December 16th The Prince Albert, 3 bands & 60 people in one room, not just any old bands and not regular people, 3 bands with a fire, a passion, a talent and prepared to give there all on a
Ragweed have over the last couple of years become one of Brighton’s most celebrated and exciting alternative rock bands. Almost constantly playing up and down the U.K and making regular local appearances they have built a pretty solid fan base
Slydigs have the ‘rock n roll formula’ thing down. Take four guys from the north of England, add some catchy guitar riffs, some stylish sunglasses and a swagger to match, and you have yourselves a very marketable indie rock band.