Kapil Seshasayee is a polymath, and a true original talent, both as a songwriter and as a soundsmith. He's touring the UK to launch his new single "The Item Girl". With support from Megan Clifton (Bloom, Puppet Alan Watts) & and East European/Trad Brit Folk from Dryadic.
American-born experimental composer Peter Broderick performs his new album ‘One Hear Now’ live. Copies of the album will be on sale exclusively at the venue.
London based The Golden Dregs bring deep and smart Americana with tangible groove to The Rose Hill. Support from Brighton’s own Speedboat - a gloss , 80s-esque pop experience.
Melting Vinyl presents Mega Bog + P/ctures: With members from Ulrika Spacek, Young Husband, Haha Sounds Collective
"Carried by gentle rhythms, glowing synth pads, jazzy guitar licks, trilling flutes, and astral crescendos, it sounds something like the “energize” effect on “Star Trek” as transposed for a jazz band." Pitchfork
Singer-songwriter Carrie Tree & multi-instrumentalist Keith Ellis team up to perform songs from Carrie's beautifully crafted new album 'The Canoe' with voice, guitar, piano & clarinet. Travelling alongside them is the question 'What does the river say?'
The Spirit of Gravity presents Nakamura / Andreae / Birchall / Willberg : Toshimaru Nakamura brings his No Input mixing desk to Brighton with saxaphone, guitar and double bass.
The Laptop squelches once more, as they drag themselves out of their squalid dwellings and offer you an evening of off kilter performance, aural pleasantries and adequate lighting... Featuring bell lungs, aga ujma and Stirrat, Hayes & Baynes.
Live Sound Engineering workshop led by Naomi Jackson and Phoebe Robinson.
As the Brexit deadline approaches, the special guest at Brighton’s pro-European club night - Club Europ Express - will be Stephen Bush, New Statesman political editor and TV commentator. There will also be video links with people in other European countries – so we can all discuss what Europe means to us, and how we can work together to make it better.
Performing music from Akira + Bladerunner plus DJ’s playing Neo -Tokyo tunes.
Another excellent night of electronic and ambient experimentations and visuals from Brighton label and collective.
Mike Cooper is a veteran experimental guitarist - playing since the 1960s and still innovating today in his late 70s. He plays lap steel guitar and sings, he is an improviser and composer, song-maker, a visual and installation artist, filmmaker and radio arts producer.
The Lonesome Ace Stringband is an old-time band with bluegrass chops that play some righteous folk and country music. There's a depth of groove and sense of space not often heard in bluegrass today, a level of instrumental interplay and vocal blend uncommon in old-time, and an on-stage rapport that transcends all of this.
Leonie Evans & Gina Leslie playing a vast collection of old Jazz, Blues, Country and gospel tunes together.
With two guitars, a fiddle, occasionally a washboard and sweet sweet harmonies all the time they will transport you back to olden days and simultaneously warm and break your heart.
Frog and Henry are back from New Orleans after last years sell out show bringing an exciting night of unamplified dance and Jazz music from early 1900’s.
The Ceremonial Laptop opens once again in the heat of summer for another evening of experimentalism, incessant chin stroking and refreshed ears.
We can’t wait for this! #ladiesofmodular as part of Brighton Modular Festival 2019. Such an awesome lineup of international modular synth heroines! Live experimental electronic music from Alissa DeRubeis (USA), Marta SmiLga (Latvia) and Loula Yorkɘ (UK).
Don the Tiger are an exquisite Latin outfit by way of Berlin on their first UK tour with Crammed Discs. The Lewis Sisters are Sylvie and Sharon who though musically related aren’t genetically so - they met in New York over a decade ago while on tour separately and began exploring their musical roots together.