• Gnarwolves are coming home for Christmas

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    Gnarwolves are coming home for Christmas

    Skate-rats Gnarwolves will return to their hometown of Brighton, playing the Haunt on December 12th as part of their upcoming UK tour with Prawn, an indie/post-rock group from New York & New Jersey, and Public domain, a hardcore punk band hailing from Vienna, Austria. It’s been a few months since // Read More

  • The Ting Tings are coming to Brighton

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    The Ting Tings are coming to Brighton

    The Ting Tings are back on the scene with a new album, ‘Super Critical’, released late last month and with a tour that will include a show at the Haunt on November 23rd. Following ‘We Started Nothing’ and ‘Sounds From Nowheresville’, the Mancunian duo have released their third album, ‘Super Critical’, // Read More

  • “Something magical” – We went to Normanton Street’s superb EP launch

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    “Something magical” – We went to Normanton Street’s superb EP launch

    It seemed only right to spend the night of Halloween at the aptly named venue The Haunt, for the highly anticipated release of Normanton Street’s latest EP entitled Much Respect. Boy was it a treat!

  • PSA end the year in style – The Underdog 2014

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    PSA end the year in style – The Underdog 2014

    Brighton based clothing label Pear Shaped Apparel have launched another new range. Following the release of their John Lewis collection, this latest set of quality apparel is named “The Underdog Collection” really does represent PSA’s evolution as a brand.

  • Hip-hop legend Talib Kweli set to play in Brighton

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    Hip-hop legend Talib Kweli set to play in Brighton

    This November, one half of infamous hip-hop group Black Star comes to The Haunt. Offering a welcome change from the pulsating, tinny world of pop music, Talib Kweli is guaranteed to offer some true hip-hop classics. 

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Gnarwolves are coming home for Christmas

Gnarwolves are coming home for Christmas

Skate-rats Gnarwolves will return to their hometown of Brighton, playing the Haunt on December 12th as part of their upcoming UK tour with Prawn, an indie/post-rock group from New York & New Jersey, and Public domain, a hardcore punk band hailing from Vienna, Austria. It’s been a few months since // Read More

by × November 10, 2014 ×

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The Ting Tings are coming to Brighton

The Ting Tings are coming to Brighton

The Ting Tings are back on the scene with a new album, ‘Super Critical’, released late last month and with a tour that will include a show at the Haunt on November 23rd. Following ‘We Started Nothing’ and ‘Sounds From Nowheresville’, the Mancunian duo have released their third album, ‘Super Critical’, // Read More

by × November 10, 2014 ×

Reviews

“Something magical” – We went to Normanton Street’s superb EP launch

“Something magical” – We went to Normanton Street’s superb EP launch

It seemed only right to spend the night of Halloween at the aptly named venue The Haunt, for the highly anticipated release of Normanton Street’s latest EP entitled Much Respect. Boy was it a treat!

by × November 7, 2014 ×

Articles

PSA end the year in style – The Underdog 2014

PSA end the year in style – The Underdog 2014

Brighton based clothing label Pear Shaped Apparel have launched another new range. Following the release of their John Lewis collection, this latest set of quality apparel is named “The Underdog Collection” really does represent PSA’s evolution as a brand.

by × October 31, 2014 ×

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Hip-hop legend Talib Kweli set to play in Brighton

Hip-hop legend Talib Kweli set to play in Brighton

This November, one half of infamous hip-hop group Black Star comes to The Haunt. Offering a welcome change from the pulsating, tinny world of pop music, Talib Kweli is guaranteed to offer some true hip-hop classics. 

by × October 27, 2014 ×

Articles

Consume – an account of this year’s student shopping lock-in

Consume – an account of this year’s student shopping lock-in

After visiting the student lock in in Churchill square, Tom Stevens reflects on the consumerist nature of modern day society. Rain pattered on the armour of the guards, as they rounded up the students, funnelling them into the shopping centre. Above the door was a huge LED sign, flashing encouraging phrases // Read More

by × October 16, 2014 ×