August

Pottery, Live At The Prince Albert - Brighton

Hailing from across Canada and the UK, Montreals Pottery consists of core writers Austin Boylan and Jacob Shepansky, along with Peter Baylis, Paul Jacobs, and Tom Gould. Initially bonding over artists such as Orange Juice, Josef K and Devo, the band creates a sound that combines eclectic traces of post-punk, pop, and dance music, forming an unusual atmosphere that envelopes audiences. While often shrill and jarring, Potterys songs simultaneously engage listeners into a hypnotic state. Its this dualism that binds them together, uncovering harmony within discord. TICKETS: bit.ly/Pottery-TPA (18+)

The Prince Albert, Brighton, United Kingdom

Pottery, Live At The Pr...

The Prince Albert
Brighton

Wednesday

21 Aug

Luan Mei; Apricity; Georgia Hazelgrove; Dominic Rae; Joe Sayers

Donald Shier·Tuesday, 20 August 2019·1 minute A new, original artists showcase, Live!Actually ( InHove). New music from singer / songwriters/ orginal musicians , mostly based in these parts. Second gig on a thursday at Artista. This one - Thursday 22nd august - features Luan Mei - brilliant electirc guitar pop originals - Luan Mei describes her sound like the sun: warm, energetic and welcoming. A blend of influences from pop, funk, indie, jazz and neo-soul genres. https://open.spotify.com/artist/14nlOsYwMn3rugKmXxg028 - www.youtube.com/channel/UCnP_1Je6EywYvM9kZ4JlWNQ?disable_polymer=true + Georgia Hazelgrove - marvelous singer/songwriter/acoustic guitar songs. https://soundcloud.com/georgia-hazelgrove Joe Sayers - Brighton based singer / songwriter and band leader - solo acoustic set. - see https://soundcloud.com/joemurder Dominic Rae - super original songs and guitar with scope and passion. - www.youtube.com/user/DominicEequalsMC2 Apricity - very talented Singer/songwriter new to Brighton. https://soundcloud.com/aprcty + more to be announced If you would like to play at this showcase, please send a music link.

Artista Studio And Gallery, Brighton, United Kingdom

Luan Mei; Apricity; Geo...

Artista Studio And Gallery
Brighton

Thursday

22 Aug

Brighton Mod Weekender 2019

TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW! New Untouchables started the Brighton Mod Weekender back in 2004 at the fabulous Komedia Brighton venue with huge wooden dancefloor, air condition, 2 rooms and bars. Located just a few doors down from our friends Jump the Gun clothing. The daytime activity is at the Volks 200 yards east of Brighton Pier. CHECK OUT THE PROGRAM HERE www.newuntouchables.com ** Daytime at Volks is all ages **All evening events at the Komedia are 18+ Guest Club nights & DJ\'s @ Komedia Friday- FOR DANCERS ONLY Sat- OUT OF TIME Sunday- MOUSETRAP & BRIGHTON GOT SOUL NU DJ Team: Perry Lapthorne, Rob Bailey, Lee Miller & Chris Dale are joined by special guests Bill Kealy, Sean Chapman & Glyn Preece, Neale Dewey , Rob Powner, Alan Saunders (Suit Yourself Modernist Culture) Michael Taylor & Sue Brick

Out And About , Brighton, United Kingdom

Brighton Mod Weekender ...

Out And About
Brighton

Thursday

22 Aug

The Touch And The Teenbeats

Two original mod revival bands are together for the first time since 1979. This WILL sell out fast, so BOOK NOW! https://www.facebook.com/thetouchmodband/ About this Event To mark the 40th anniversary of the mod revival, The Touch and Teenbeats are putting on a special one night only show during the Brighton Mod Weekender. The show will also feature DJ by Glory Boy Mod radio show and Shake it Easy throughout the night. The Touch were active on the mod revival scene from 1979-1981, and recorded one LP that was anonymously released by their record company titled The Mods Lost Touch but without song titles or any information about the band. This caused long running confusion as to the bands identity which was not resolved till enthusiasts tracked down band members in 2018, 37 years after the album appeared. It featured original tracks such as, "King & Country", "In My Room", "Makin\' Hey", and a cover of Bob Dylan\'s "If You Gotta Go". They played their first re-union gig in London in August 2018, which coincided with an official re-release of the album on Detour Records. In Summer 2019 they will release their 2nd album which will consist of previously unrecorded songs from 1979 with a few newer ones. As the original band members now live between the US and UK, this is likely to be one of their only shows in 2019. https://www.facebook.com/Teenbeats-193261605554/ Teenbeats formed in November 1978 and were among the first wave of bands that would become the 79 mod revival. Fronted by the charismatic Huggy they were described at the time by Shane MacGowan as the best live band playing in London at the moment and by Adrian Thrills like having the Undertones playing in your living room Catch the Teenbeats on this rare live outing with The Touch, in a line up that has not been seen since 1979 at the legendary Marquee Club. Tickets availalbe from https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-touch-teenbeats-plus-dj-glory-boy-mod-radio-and-shake-it-easy-tickets-59703673294?fbclid=IwAR2DGG8Y23V11UvKjKd5UyS7eb8RptwwhQE4v5GIRSqFs-NjE60jpj0Oo8I

The Hope and Ruin, Brighton, United Kingdom

The Touch And The Teenb...

The Hope and Ruin
Brighton

Saturday

24 Aug

The Fallen Leaves And Superminx70 In Brighton 24/8/19

7.30pm, tickets 8 advance from Resident Records & https://www.wegottickets.com/event/462466 or 10 on the night Following a sell out gig in Brighton, The Fallen Leaves return again with vocalist Reverend Rob Green, Sir Robert Symmons from the original Subway Sect, Matthew Karas - bohemian bass & former Chords drummer Brett Buddy Ascott. "What do they sound like? Imagine a cross between The Who and The Ramones, you might get somewhere close". Support from punky-mod-glam group SuperMinx70 www.thefallenleaves.net www.facebook.com/thefallenleaves www.facebook.com/superminx70

Green Door Store , Brighton, United Kingdom

The Fallen Leaves And S...

Green Door Store
Brighton

Saturday

24 Aug

Quadrophenia The Album Live 40th Anniversary Special - 24.08

Back by popular demand! Quadrophenia The album - LIVE Performed by 8 piece band The Goldhawks. Celebrating the films 40th anniversary.

Concorde 2, Brighton, United Kingdom

Quadrophenia The Album ...

Concorde 2
Brighton

Saturday

24 Aug

Delirium Vs BK: Free Entry DnB Soundclash

FREE ENTRY BEFORE MIDNIGHT FOR EACH NAME TAGGED ON THE EVENT DISCUSSION ------------------------------------------------- Volks Presents: Delirium vs Basskonnection Soundclash Join us as two stalwarts of Volks events lock horns to determine.. who has the banging beats. With a set-by-set change of pace, the Delirium and Basskonnection resident DJs will take turns to see who can whip up a frenzy and claim the crown -------------------------------------------------- Room 1: [Drum & Bass vs Multigenre Mashup] Jungalice b2b Concoct / Arcane Tusk / Shillin Kaiburr b2b Scheme / Akua Wormaneasy / Chaos Tactix Hosted not Roasted by: Range MC & Drenalin MC Room 2: [Neuro / Dubstep / Breaks / Bassline] Marauder Ardub b2b Influx Muleke DSB b2b Cadence Gaige -------------------------------------------------- Saturday 28th August 2019 23:00 - 07:00 18+ only - please bring ID to guarantee entry Tickets: Free b4 12 with name on event wall / MOTDA Volks has a Coat & Bag policy which requires attendees to put their unworn clothing and bags into the cloakroom - please bare in mind this is part of their entry policy

The Volks , Brighton, United Kingdom

Delirium Vs Bk: Free En...

The Volks
Brighton

Saturday

24 Aug

Stern Ravers Reunion - Good Old Sterns!

After 2 sell out events, we're whisking you back to The Arch, Brighton for our LAST event of the year. ALL welcome - just bring the Old Skool vibe!! Tickets: http://bit.ly/GoodOldSterns 2 rooms of Old Skool tunes from 89-93 brought to you by . . . DJs: Terry Francis Ellis Dee Colin Dale Steve Mac (Rhythm Masters / These Machines) Food Junkie Hector C Dj Chalk E White Groover Washington DJ TRIX DJ Tripper Darren 'Merle' Thompson Chris Callow Nick Heath Resident MCs: MC Flux MC E=mix F.Q.M.C. Percussion by Bongo Man Flex AND . . . NEW for this event, we've added an extra room of music from 93 onwards with DJs: Mikee Hollywood Lidia De Luca Paul Packham Jody Cottier Outdoor chill out area Sound by Funktion-One (Official) Photo ID will be required on the door

The Arch, Brighton, United Kingdom

Stern Ravers Reunion - ...

The Arch
Brighton

Saturday

24 Aug

RNTB #11 The Doel Brothers - Larry Adams & The Rhythm Heirs

2 DAYS OF Rockin DJs and Bands info real soon With full line up Saturday We welcome back by popular demand The DOEL BROTHERS https://youtu.be/FIabkoIsJIc https://youtu.be/sWOsPHQUzpw introducing Larry Adams & The Rhythm Heirs https://www.facebook.com/Larry-Adams-The-Rhythm-Heirs-122882921751494/ DJ Dave Mumbles UK (Brighton Rumble Club) DJ Craig Simpson UK (Hoochie Coochie Club) Special guest from Germany DJ Rob Popp (Germany) SUNDAY... DJ Special Day 2 SUNDAY ONLY TICKETS www.wegottickets.com/event/452978 DJ Dave Mumbles UK (Brighton Rumble Club) DJ Craig Simpson UK (Hoochie Coochie Club) DJ Rob Popp (Germany) DJ Sonny Rocket UK DJ Mark Hepcat UK (Off the Record) DJ Steve Silver UK (Crabtree club) DJ Fatboy Quiff (Swindon) TICKETS ON SALE !!! Saturday only 15 Sunday only 10 Weekend 18

The Prince Albert, Brighton, United Kingdom

Rntb #11 The Doel Broth...

The Prince Albert
Brighton

Saturday

24 Aug

A Band Called Malice The Jam Tribute Door 77 Brighton

BRIGHTON - Saturday 24th August - were at Door 77, formerly Bau Wow. Great location near seafront. Tickets available now 12 from https://www.ents24.com/brighton-events/door-77-formerly-bau-wow/a-band-called-malice-the-definitive-tribute-to-the-jam/1073936286 18+ A Band Called Malice - The Definitive Tribute to The Jam brings a show jam packed with hits such as Going Underground, Start, David Watts, Town Called Malice, Eton Rifles and also some B sides! A high energy performance is guaranteed, a show definitely not to be missed! This is a great venue. Located at 77 East Street, Brighton.. 18+ Doors 7.30 pm. On stage 8pm.

Door 77, Brighton, United Kingdom

A Band Called Malice Th...

Door 77
Brighton

Saturday

24 Aug

Jonestown @ The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

With support from In Fear They Follow, Deference & Ariandelle. £6 ADV./£10 On The Door JONESTOWN was formed in winter 2013 and quickly wrote and recorded their debut EP, The Erebus and the Terror which was self-released in 2014. Within their first two years Jonestown performed at a variety of well known UK festivals and supported various established metal bands from around the world. This gave them the confidence to enter the studio with Daniel Kerr at Avenue Studios to record their debut album Aokigahara, named after a forest at the foot of Mount Fuji in Japan; a place believed to be haunted by ancient spirits and a notorious site for suicides. At the time of recording they thought they merely had a collection of songs rather than a cohesive album, however it’s release resulted in a swathe of media attention from some of the biggest metal publications. Notably being included in Metal Hammer’s top 50 albums of the year 2016, along with being three of their editors’ debut album of the year. Since then the album has amassed over 1,000,000 streams on Spotify and other online music providers as word-of-mouth spread about Jonestown. The release and resulting accolades caught the attention of newly established record label Siege Music and an offer of a worldwide album release. This, in turn, caught the eye of promoters and festivals around the UK resulting in a busy and varied show/tour schedule to promote Aokigahara. Despite the self-awareness of the daunting task ahead of them, Jonestown found themselves drawn to continue the songwriting process for the follow-up to Aokigahara in early 2017, entering the studio in the winter of the same year. Jonestown chose to work again with Daniel Kerr at Avenue Studios as they felt his insight and understanding of the bands sound and identity was an integral part of the overall success of the previous album. When writing Dyatlov, Jonestown wrote 30 demo tracks and meticulously worked through a process of elimination until they felt they had a perfectly distilled collection of songs which told a cohesive story. They found that when writing the album they naturally covered many different styles and sub-genres, both within and outside metal, taking influences from obvious contemporaries such as Gojira, Lamb of God, Slipknot, Strapping Young Lad and Meshuggah whilst also taking inspiration from external sources such as film scores and progressive rock. Dyatlov is lyrically about the internal and external war and the individual’s inability to win yet still continue regardless. In the Spring of 2018 Jonestown received the final mixes back from Avenue Studios and with the help of their manager Kirstie Hopper of Incendia Music secured a further worldwide record deal with SPV imprint Long Branch Records, who released the album on 16th November 2018. “We are called Jonestown because regardless of the illusion of prosperity and safety in the western world, we are in fact completely vulnerable, to the innate nature of the human condition. Ultimately we have absolutely no control over world-events, nor our collective destiny. We are one mistake away from annihilation.”

The Hope and Ruin, Brighton, United Kingdom

Jonestown @ The Hope & ...

The Hope and Ruin
Brighton

Sunday

25 Aug

Jonestown At The Hope And Ruin, Brighton

With support from In Fear They Follow, DEFERENCE and Ariandelle. 6 ADV./10 OTD (18+) Jonestown was formed in winter 2013 and quickly wrote and recorded their debut EP, The Erebus and the Terror which was self-released in 2014. Within their first two years Jonestown performed at a variety of well known UK festivals and supported various established metal bands from around the world. This gave them the confidence to enter the studio with Daniel Kerr at Avenue Studios to record their debut album Aokigahara, named after a forest at the foot of Mount Fuji in Japan; a place believed to be haunted by ancient spirits and a notorious site for suicides. At the time of recording they thought they merely had a collection of songs rather than a cohesive album, however its release resulted in a swathe of media attention from some of the biggest metal publications. Notably being included in Metal Hammers top 50 albums of the year 2016, along with being three of their editors debut album of the year. Since then the album has amassed over 1,000,000 streams on Spotify and other online music providers as word-of-mouth spread about Jonestown. The release and resulting accolades caught the attention of newly established record label Siege Music and an offer of a worldwide album release. This, in turn, caught the eye of promoters and festivals around the UK resulting in a busy and varied show/tour schedule to promote Aokigahara. Despite the self-awareness of the daunting task ahead of them, Jonestown found themselves drawn to continue the songwriting process for the follow-up to Aokigahara in early 2017, entering the studio in the winter of the same year. Jonestown chose to work again with Daniel Kerr at Avenue Studios as they felt his insight and understanding of the bands sound and identity was an integral part of the overall success of the previous album. When writing Dyatlov, Jonestown wrote 30 demo tracks and meticulously worked through a process of elimination until they felt they had a perfectly distilled collection of songs which told a cohesive story. They found that when writing the album they naturally covered many different styles and sub-genres, both within and outside metal, taking influences from obvious contemporaries such as Gojira, Lamb of God, Slipknot, Strapping Young Lad and Meshuggah whilst also taking inspiration from external sources such as film scores and progressive rock. Dyatlov is lyrically about the internal and external war and the individuals inability to win yet still continue regardless. In the Spring of 2018 Jonestown received the final mixes back from Avenue Studios and with the help of their manager Kirstie Hopper of Incendia Music secured a further worldwide record deal with SPV imprint Long Branch Records, who released the album on 16th November 2018. We are called Jonestown because regardless of the illusion of prosperity and safety in the western world, we are in fact completely vulnerable, to the innate nature of the human condition. Ultimately we have absolutely no control over world-events, nor our collective destiny. We are one mistake away from annihilation.

The Hope and Ruin, Brighton, United Kingdom

Jonestown At The Hope A...

The Hope and Ruin
Brighton

Sunday

25 Aug

Secret Affair + The Truth

AGMP Concerts presents Secret Affair Official "Glory Boys" 40th Anniversary Tour 1979-2019 + The Truth Secret Affair formed in 1978 and released their seminal debut album "Glory Boys" the following year. "The Glory Boys" was a smart-dressing youth movement based around the idea of 1960s gangster chic, influenced by the movie, "Performance." In a period of a little over two years, Secret Affair had five releases in the UK Singles Chart, and released three albums. The debut single "Time For Action" reached number 13 in the UK chart, putting them at the forefront of the \'Mod Revival\' movement. More chart success followed with "Let Your Heart Dance", "My World", "Do You Know" and "Sound Of Confusion". Secret Affair will be performing their debut album in full to celebrate the 40th anniversary of it\'s release + a selection of other Secret Affair classics. The Truth were formed in 1982 by the band leader of Nine Below Zero Dennis Greaves and Mick Lister. Their debut single "Confusion ( Hits Us Every Time )" went to No. 22 in the UK charts and was followed swiftly by "A Step in the Right Direction" which reached No. 32. Their debut album "Playground" came out in 1985 and was followed by "Weapons of Love" (1987) and "Jump" (1989) along with some fantastic singles before the band split.

Concorde 2, Brighton, United Kingdom

Secret Affair + The Tru...

Concorde 2
Brighton

Sunday

25 Aug

Joy. | Skunk Anansie 26.08 Brighton

Skunk Anansie were born radical and have stayed that way ever since. Its there in their music, which slips effortlessly between the confrontational and the tender, the politically charged and the nakedly emotional, the upfront and attention-grabbing and the quiet and restrained. But its there in the bands essence too in the blend of influences, cultures and personalities they have so successfully brought together. JOY. PRESENT Skunk Anansie + Queen Zee 26.08.19 Brighton Dome Concert Hall, Brighton 27.50 adv + BF 19:00 - 23:00 Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult in the stalls general admission area ___________________________ thehouseofjoy.co.uk ** SKUNK ANANSIE - IMPORTANT INFORMATION ** Due to programming conflicts Skunk Anansie on 26th August will now take place at Brighton Dome All tickets from Brighton Centre remain valid. Please note that doors will now open at 19:00.

Brighton Dome, Brighton, United Kingdom

Joy. | Skunk Anansie 2...

Brighton Dome
Brighton

Monday

26 Aug

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