By Coralie Oddy Best known from orchestral rock band Birdeatsbaby, punk pianist Mishkin Fitzgerald can certainly deliver gorgeous musicality. The dark demeanour of the cabaret quartet is lit up by […]
Don’t let anyone say that alternative music is a lads-only club. It may be relatively recently that we’ve seen women like Adele, Amy Winehouse and Florence Welch take the reins of the music industry, but tonight’s Skief Promotions event at the Blind Tiger Club shows that even in the local scene, Beyonce may well be right: girls run the world. And boy they do it well.
By Sasha Flatau Funk/ Punk band Fresh Like Dexie came to be during a camping trip on top of the Downs, overlooking Brighton. The group is currently made up of […]
By Sasha Flatau Fickle Friends are a group whose songs will leave their listeners with goose bumps. The captivating voice of Natassja Shine is enough to draw listeners in, but […]
By Molly Taylor Male-female duo Dead on the Live Wire describe themselves as ‘rough and ready’: a phrase that seems to be fitting, but goes only half way to begin […]
By Molly Taylor The Common Tongues are a Brighton-based five piece; an amalgamation of guitar, violin and three clean voices that weave seamlessly together to consider disillusionment, a developing self-consciousness […]
With Ben Richards and Georgia Train Interview by Coralie Oddy Rock. Punk. Folk. Soul. Classical. We don’t mind what you think Bitter Ruin is, as long as it’s ‘Brilliant’. With influences ranging from The Talking […]
With Darren Johns (vocals, guitar) and Patrick Pearson (keys, fiddle) Interview by Molly Taylor With debut album ‘Born to Ruin’ released under Xtra Mile Recordings and an exhilarating European tour […]