Articles by: Ben Noble

Music

Get your hands on an unreleased track, help rebuild Nepal

Get your hands on an unreleased track, help rebuild Nepal

Jack Turner, an up-and coming acoustic magician from the South East, spent a lot of time in Nepal. Soapbox recently saw him play one of Hush-Hush’s weirdo Wednesdays, and we were blown away. He credits the country as a large part of the inspiration for his beautiful music.   In // Read More

by × May 6, 2015 ×

Articles, What's On

Introducing the new Rialto theatre – Sin and Salvation

Introducing the new Rialto theatre – Sin and Salvation

Brighton’s got a new venue, right in the center of town. Or, more accurately, it has reclaimed an old favourite: a lot of people will recognise the gothic fronting of 11 Dyke Road, which was originally built as a school. If it looks a bit like a church, that’s because // Read More

by × April 20, 2015 ×

Articles, Reviews

A violent and angry rejection of modern music: We listen to Sweet Jonny’s Softcore EP

A violent and angry rejection of modern music: We listen to Sweet Jonny’s Softcore EP

The first thing you notice about this EP is that one of the band members has personally and lovingly sharpied the Sweet Jonny design onto the CD. Then you play it, and realise this is a real punk band. Formed in 2013, the band played over 60 gigs last year, // Read More

by × April 3, 2015 ×

Reviews

Energetic as ever, White Room lit up The Hope

Energetic as ever, White Room lit up The Hope

The Hope & Ruin’s performance space has had a revamp. On the 3rd March on the Queen’s road just down from the station, Froth, Buddha Blood and White Room’s names are announced in old-school cinema style over the venue. White Room are having a cigarette outside. They seem excited to // Read More

by × March 17, 2015 ×

Reviews

Everything music should be: Scott Bradlee & the Postmodern Jukebox @ Concorde 2

Everything music should be: Scott Bradlee & the Postmodern Jukebox @ Concorde 2

You might’ve been in another era at the Concorde 2 on the 16th. Fans heeded the call of the vintage and flocked to the venue dressed in styles ranging from the roaring ‘20s to the swinging ‘50s. The whole event was, a celebration of bygone musical styles told through the // Read More

by × February 18, 2015 ×