• Looking ahead to another great weekend on Clapham Common

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    Looking ahead to another great weekend on Clapham Common

    For some reason, city based festivals never attract the same amount of hype as their rural counterparts. Festival goers are looking further and further afield for their amusement, with Outlook and Benicassim featuring just as frequently on the tongues of British music fans as Glastonbury and Bestival. It’s rare that // Read More

  • #YOLO

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    #YOLO

    I make documentaries and I’ve recently attended some cutting sessions at our editor’s house. The editor’s 8 year old son came outside to play and saw me stood on the patio, fag in hand. He asked me why I smoked and I didn’t have much of a reply for him. // Read More

  • How’s Harry? He’s sweating out, thanks

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    How’s Harry? He’s sweating out, thanks

    How do you perform a high-octane set in temperatures over 40° celcius? Ask Brighton upstarts How’s Harry, who last night performed an outstanding gig at The Hope, alongside stellar support from ska/pop outfit Paperboy.

  • Ten bizarre Brighton based would you rather questions

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    Ten bizarre Brighton based would you rather questions

    Would you rather is a classic conversational game enjoyed by people all over the country. It’s pretty self-explanatory, but the basic idea is that you choose between two options (good or bad). Here are some difficult questions based around Brighton and Hove – watch out for the trick questions.

  • Artisan Attack – London Road’s Open Market reopens

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    Artisan Attack – London Road’s Open Market reopens

    Last Saturday the 19th of July, Brighton’s Open Market on London Road reopened.  Host to 45 traders with their own units and many smaller stalls, the space has a strong focus on local producers and ethical products. A food-hipster’s Churchill Square, the ironically named Open Market (it is the only // Read More

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Looking ahead to another great weekend on Clapham Common

Looking ahead to another great weekend on Clapham Common

For some reason, city based festivals never attract the same amount of hype as their rural counterparts. Festival goers are looking further and further afield for their amusement, with Outlook and Benicassim featuring just as frequently on the tongues of British music fans as Glastonbury and Bestival. It’s rare that // Read More

by × July 24, 2014 ×

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#YOLO

#YOLO

I make documentaries and I’ve recently attended some cutting sessions at our editor’s house. The editor’s 8 year old son came outside to play and saw me stood on the patio, fag in hand. He asked me why I smoked and I didn’t have much of a reply for him. // Read More

by × July 23, 2014 ×

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How’s Harry? He’s sweating out, thanks

How’s Harry? He’s sweating out, thanks

How do you perform a high-octane set in temperatures over 40° celcius? Ask Brighton upstarts How’s Harry, who last night performed an outstanding gig at The Hope, alongside stellar support from ska/pop outfit Paperboy.

by × July 23, 2014 ×

Articles

Ten bizarre Brighton based would you rather questions

Ten bizarre Brighton based would you rather questions

Would you rather is a classic conversational game enjoyed by people all over the country. It’s pretty self-explanatory, but the basic idea is that you choose between two options (good or bad). Here are some difficult questions based around Brighton and Hove – watch out for the trick questions.

by × July 22, 2014 ×

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Artisan Attack – London Road’s Open Market reopens

Artisan Attack – London Road’s Open Market reopens

Last Saturday the 19th of July, Brighton’s Open Market on London Road reopened.  Host to 45 traders with their own units and many smaller stalls, the space has a strong focus on local producers and ethical products. A food-hipster’s Churchill Square, the ironically named Open Market (it is the only // Read More

by × July 21, 2014 ×

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Corrine Bailey Rae crossed with James Blake – We review Vivyd Dream’s debut EP

Corrine Bailey Rae crossed with James Blake – We review Vivyd Dream’s debut EP

Everyone is an experimental genius these days, that’s just the way it is. To find an avenue you can fit into has never been harder in the music industry than it is today, so to see an act hit the jackpot is extremely refreshing.

by × July 21, 2014 ×