Review: Blood Red Shoes

It’s hard to believe that this Brighton-based rock-duo is on its third album with latest single ‘Cold’ premiering on Radio One.

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Tribes kick off their first UK and Ireland tour with sell-out show at Concorde 2

If you want to know what a band that has absolutely made it sounds like then you should have been at Concorde 2 on Saturday where Tribes kicked off their headline 14 date UK and Ireland tour.

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Review: Delilah

Delilah seems to have burst on the scene as an exciting young genre-defying prospect and, with a voice like hers, it’s quite easy to see why.

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Review: The Big Pink

The Big Pink not being particularly ‘big’ or ‘pink’ was just one of many surprises at Saturday’s show. Read the rest of this entry »

Review: Asian Dub Foundation

Asian Dub Foundation have had their ups and downs since bursting onto the scene with their politically-infused lyrics and genre-defying beats back in 1995.

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Brighton preview: Ben Howard @ Concorde 2 – 15 February 2012

Ben Howard is no stranger to Brighton. So far he’s played The Great Escape, The Hope and Komedia, among others. Having toured all of the country and beyond since 2009, he’s gained quite a following of loyal fans. He’s returning to Brighton on 15 February for his biggest solo Brighton gig yet at Concorde 2, which is already sold out.

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Review: Christina Perri @ Concorde 2

The Philadelphian singer-song writer may have got off to a slightly unremarkable start, but there were some real gems once she got going.

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