Where does poetry stop and hip-hop begin? Are poets just dry boring MCs, or is hip-hop just an immature subcategory of poetry? This was the debate that was played out on stage at the Concorde 2 last Thursday night, in the annual event Poets VS MCs, a lyrical pantomime which // Read More
A collection of photos we have taken of different artists and events.
We popped down to The Level to catch this year’s Skate Jam. Check out the photos below! [fbalbum url=https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.890631300965533.1073741859.390977800930888&type=1]
Brighton’s Green Door Store, the hipster dungeon beneath the station, has become a rite of passage for any aspiring band looking to break the city. The dimly lit brick walled venue has become firmly established within Brighton’s indie scene, and provided a perfect setting for last Friday’s gig, headlined by alt-rock group // Read More
I’ve been meaning to pop along to one of Tom Hines’ infamous live hip hop/ open mic nights for a while now. Slip Jam:B (or ‘slippers’, as it is endearingly nicknamed), has been going strong in Brighton for nearly 15 years, running on a monthly basis since 1999. For some // Read More
A Sunday evening is perhaps not the most obvious time to hold a battle of the bands competition. However, having never been to one before, and not having an early Monday wake-up I found myself heading down to Brighton’s The Hope in order to catch a night of indie riffs, // Read More
The Haunt, Brighton and the flow of people are streaming in, already mostly inside for the very first set, that of Don Komodo, and they certainly opened the night well with their hard hitting melodies and foot-stomping beat.
Late on in February, Concorde2 played host to a very eventful evening full of local, up and coming talent. All acts put on a good show, especially High Tyde who headlined the event.
Megadance put on their debut event at Brighton’s Concorde2 on March, it’s a monthly event that we had the privilege of being able to photograph!