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Music

We just need to stand up strong

We just need to stand up strong

Mrisi is no stranger to a live session, especially when it comes to playing keys, having performed and released ‘Whispered Shout’ not too long ago, he has now released another piano infused track.

by × June 6, 2016 ×

Articles

Brighton bands to keep an eye on in 2016

Brighton bands to keep an eye on in 2016

Brighton, as you are probably aware, is littered with musical talent. Every so often, you come across an act that has real potential. Here are a few bands you might want to keep track of in 2016. Strange Cages Since we first saw them in 2014, Strange Cages have been going // Read More

by × January 31, 2016 ×

Reviews

Enjoy it while it lasts: Spector at Patterns

Enjoy it while it lasts: Spector at Patterns

Spector’s presence in the indie world has been a strange one. Bursting onto the scene in 2012 with anthems such as Chevy Thunder and Celestine, one would have thought they would have taken the stage by storm. However, following the departure of Drummer Christopher Burman, a cabinet reshuffle caused the // Read More

by × November 12, 2015 ×

Reviews

Calling Curtis at Patterns: Review

Calling Curtis at Patterns: Review

“It’s in their blood” one fan told me, as Calling Curtis took to the stage in Brighton’s nascent venue Patterns last Friday. Jacob Bugden, Jazz Pope, Fin Abbo and Sam Abbo comprise the band, and it’s true, they all have strong musical backgrounds. The Abbo brothers experienced moderate success in // Read More

by × June 25, 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 ×

Reviews

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 ×

Interviews, Music, Reviews

Is Emo Dead? – Hawthorne Heights Interview

Is Emo Dead? – Hawthorne Heights Interview

Emo music used to be quite a big thing when I was growing up. Many of the current generation of young adults can undoubtedly remember the emo boom of the early 2000s, during which eyeliner sales went through the roof, along with vision-obscuring fringes and the ownership of sharp objects. // Read More

by × April 20, 2014 ×

Studio Sessions

Soapbox Studio Sessions vol​.​1 – Free Download

Soapbox Studio Sessions vol​.​1 – Free Download

As an early Christmas present to you all, we decided it would be a good idea to release what we felt were the highlights of our Studio Sessions over the first season.

by × December 8, 2013 ×

Articles

Soapbox Studio Sessions

Soapbox Studio Sessions

We’re launching a new series on our YouTube channel called “Soapbox Studio Sessions” – if you want to get involved just drop us a message via our contact page. What happens: Basically, we film and record bands playing a song of their choice. An ideal song choice is usually one // Read More

by × August 31, 2013 ×