Tucked away above Castle Square’s Pavilion Tavern is a little heard of and currently unnamed venue. Despite being badly underused for the past few years, the space known as ‘above Pav Tav’ is now ready to shake off the dust and get grooving. Next Friday (17th June) it will play // Read More
Short previews of upcoming events.
Brighton’s open air beach cinema has become one of the city’s staple summer attractions in recent years. Situated between the Brighton Wheel and Pier, The imaginatively named Big Screen has been running since 2013, and will return August 14th for over a month of movies and sporting events. This time // Read More
This August, cloaked in the countryside near Tunbridge Wells, Forgotten Fields festival will make its debut. From the creators of Kendal Calling, the festival will feature headliners such as De La Soul, Razorlight, Basement Jaxx and The Horrors. Intimacy is the focus of the event, which has a limited capacity of only // Read More
LEVELZ are Manchester’s newest and freshest export. Consisting of Biome, Black Josh, Bricks, Chimpo, Chunky, Dub Phizix, Fox, Jonny Dub, Metrodome, Rich Reason, Skittles, Sparkz, Truthos Mufasa & T-Man; this is definitely a collective group of the best the North West has to offer, and you can catch them taking over // Read More
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
Not many people are familiar with One Night Only, despite being around since 2007 and having released two albums, Started a Fire (2007) and One Night Only (2010). You may have seen the frontman, George Craig, in several fashion magazines or even on the catwalk – he modelled for Burberry // Read More
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 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
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.