Gigs Of The Week! 6th – 12th March


Monday – Trash Talk @ Bleach

For the first time in too long, American DIY noisepunk/hardcore titans Trash Talk return to Brighton! Plus support from Youth Man and Ditz.

Tickets £12

75 London Rd, Brighton BN1 4JF, Website


Tuesday – Sofar Sounds x Sussex Pink Week @ Secret Location

Sofar Sounds is a global movement which brings the magic back to live music. In collaboration with Sussex Pink Week,  this is a night of awesome all-female musicians in aid of breast cancer charities.

8 pm – 11 pm

Tickets £5

Location TBC, Facebook Event 


Photo by Eyal Pe’er

Tuesday – The Underground Youth @ Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar

Started in 2008 as the bedroom project of Craig Dyer, The Underground Youth’s blend of dark psychedelic post-punk music has developed a worldwide loyal fan base that continues to grow. The live band currently consists of Craig Dyer (Vocals, Guitar) Olya Dyer (Drums) Max James (Bass) and Mark Vernon (Guitar). Combining walls of noise, raw energy and catchy melodies TUY create a captivating live experience that is not to be missed.

8 pm – 11 pm

Tickets £8

Middle Street, BN1 1AL Brighton, Tel: 01273 749465 EmailWebsite



Wednesday – Ten Fé @ The Green Door Store

Ten Fé from London make “darkly romantic” electronic rock and roll which the NME calls “irresistible”. Their anthemic new single ‘Make Me Better’ marries a thick, deep groove with a massive string hook and droning shoegaze guitars. As ever, the intense harmony between the duo takes centre-stage, in a track heralded as the modern day incarnation of Britpop. Their psychedelic guitars and melancholic strings were described this month by Noisey as “wonderful”.

7 pm

Tickets £8

Over-18’s only

2,3,4 Trafalgar Arches, Lower Goods Yard, Underneath Brighton Station, BN1 4FQ EmailWebsite



Wednesday – International Women’s Day Gig @ Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar

All-female RIXSONMUSIC has hand picked a selection of outstanding Brighton bands that smash their live performances. This night is a complete cross-mixture of genres guaranteed to leave you feeling awesome.

8 pm – 11 pm

Tickets  £4 advance,  £5 OTD

Middle Street, BN1 1AL Brighton, Tel: 01273 749465 EmailWebsite, Facebook Event



Thursday – Casa Jams @ Casablanca

All musicians are welcome to come and play with our amazing house bands. BIMMers, musos, and all our usual Casa crew should bring their guitars, drumsticks and vocal chords. Brighton’s best musicians and vocalists will be showcasing their skills in front of a live audience and performing with a talented, experienced and encouraging band who have a huge repertoire of funk, soul, pop and Motown, both classic and current. Drinks promos all night.

11 pm – 3 am

Tickets £3

3 Middle Street, Brighton, East Sussex Tel: 01273 321817 Website



Thursday – Tuck Shop @ The Brunswick

TUCK SHOP are a 5 piece band from Brighton “gloriously merging soul and grunge”. Plus support from Honshu Wolf and The FarmBoys.

8 pm

Over 18’s only

Tickets £3.50 advance, £5 OTD

1 Holland Road, Hove BN3 1JF, Tel: 01273 733984 EmailWebsite



Friday – JunkYard Choir @ The Green Door Store

Kingdom Of Dirt is back in B-town with another free-entry Friday night of kick-arse blues rock!

7 pm

Free entry

2,3,4 Trafalgar Arches, Lower Goods Yard, Underneath Brighton Station, BN1 4FQ EmailWebsite



Friday – Ben Haenow @ The Haunt

X-Factor winner Ben Haenow will be starting out his 2017 tour at The Haunt. The former van driver from Croydon has gone Platinum with his winner’s single ‘Something I Need’, and has recently released his self-titled debut album including the hit single ‘Second Hand Heart’.

7 pm

Tickets £12.50

10 Pool Valley, Brighton BN1 1NJ, Website 



Saturday – Memory Box feat. Derrick Carter and Robin Ball @ Patterns

Derrick Carter, to quote his RA biography, plays parties, makes music, dances, sings, and really, really likes shoes. He’s also a bit of a legend. Which is pretty handy as Memory Box is all about celebrating the roots and influences of electronic dance music and inviting a few legends along to the party to play.

10 Marine Parade Brighton BN2 1TL Tel: +44 (0)1273 894777 EmailWebsite , Facebook Event



Saturday – The Smiths Indeed @ Concorde 2

The Smiths Indeed offer a fantastic night of nostalgia for those who remember those distant days in the mid-1980s when The Smiths lit up the world of popular music. For those who weren’t even born then or were otherwise engaged, they offer a great opportunity to witness what it might have been like to see The Smiths live. After all, a Smiths Indeed show is meant to be a celebration of The Smiths.

7 pm

Tickets £14, £10 for students

Madeira Shelter Hall, Madeira Dr, Brighton BN2 1EN, tel. 01273 673311, Website


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Photo by Sebastian Manox

Saturday – Dutch Uncles @ The Haunt

The four-piece from Marple have just dropped their new album ‘Big Balloon’ and are stopping off at the Haunt this week to bring their dad-rock to Brighton as part of their UK tour.

7 pm

Tickets £10 advance

10 Pool Valley, Brighton BN1 1NJ, Website 



Sunday – Monthly Milk: PINK AF @ The Hope And Ruin

Monthly Milk is back with a special Pink AF day full of boobs, glitter, art, music and creative workshops. It’s all part of Sussex Pink Week, in aid of breast cancer charities. Expect a fabulous music line-up alongside crafting, dancing, and glitter face makeover magic.

6 pm – 9 pm

Free entry

11-12 Queens Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 3WA, Tel: 01273 325793 EmailWebsite, Facebook event


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Sunday – Lena Laki @ The Brunswick

LENA LAKI is an indie folk singer-songwriter based in London. Her Debut EP “Take Me With” was released in 2016 and has received acclaim from media. Gigslutz made her the “Discovery of the Week” in April 2016, hailing Lena as “One of those ultimately talented musicians it is essential to appreciate“, while Love is Pop declared Lena’s material as “nothing short of gorgeous”. Her music can be described as dark and dreamy indie folk with a hint of jazz.

Tickets £3.50 advance, £5 OTD

1 Holland Road, Hove BN3 1JF, Tel: 01273 733984 EmailWebsite


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