Gigs Of The Week: Monday 22nd – Sunday 28th July

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Summers in full swing and its time to boogie with our hand-picked selection of the best gigs on in Brighton this week. Ranging from traditional song to drum and bass, to the worlds best Stones n Roses Tribute Band, we hope we have all bases covered.

Featured image © Hybrid Minds

No Vacation @ The Green Door Store, Monday 22nd July

No Vacation is a guitar-rock quintet that has received cult status in the indie-music scene following the success of their debut mixtape Amo XO and surf-rock single, Dræm Girl. The band was formed in 2015 at San Francisco University and now, due to how well their dream pop sound has been received they have relocated to music mecca New York. Don’t miss them in Brighton this Monday!

© No Vacation

The Green Door Store, 7 pm – 10.30 pm. Tickets £12 (+BF). 18+. 3 Trafalgar Street, BN1 4FQ

Advance Base @ The Prince Albert, Tuesday 23rd July

Advance Base is back in Brighton for an intimate show at The Prince Albert. His music explores the depth of his personal stories, that create genuine emotions in lo-fi alternative set.

© Advance Bass

The Prince Albert, 7.30 pm – 10. 30 pm. Tickets £10 (+BF). 48 Trafalgar Street, BN1 4ED 

Amuse Manouche @ The Paris House,  Wednesday 23rd July

Inspired by jazz greats like Ella Fitzgerald, the well-loved gypsy swing band Amuse Manouche are taking over at the Paris House, to combine lightning-fast guitar riffs, pulse-racing rhythm and soaring vocals in one unmissable gig. With free entry!

© Amuse Manouche

The Paris House, 8 pm –  10 pm. Free. 21 Western Road, BN3 1AF Hove

Small Island Big Song @ ONCA Gallery, Thursday 24th July

Small Island Big Song is a collaborative multi-platform project that has united indigenous musicians across the Pacific & Indian Oceans through song in the face of climate change and cultural loss.
Before the written word, these songs were used to pass on cultural knowledge, like how to live on an island with limited resources “and the fact is, we are losing these songs, when we need them the most.”

Jacob Reyes

ONCA gallery 7 pm – 9 pm.  Tickets £5. 14 Saint George’s Place, BN1 4GB

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Hybrid Minds @ Concorde, Friday 26th July

Fresh from a sell-out tour Hybrid Minds are coming to Brighton for a set at Concorde 2. They are currently one of the hottest names in the UK Drum and Bass scene, with many anthems to their name. If you enjoy a skank then Concorde is the place to be this Friday.

© Hybrid Minds

Concorde 2, 11 pm – 4 am. Tickets £15 (+BF). 18+ Madeira Drive, BN2 1EN 

Guns 2 Roses @ Concorde, Saturday 27th July

Guns 2 Roses, which has been branded as ‘the most notorious Guns n Roses tribute band in history’, will be performing in Brighton this Saturday. “Guns 2 Roses are the longest running, closest looking, most internationally recognized, and still the youngest age combined GNR’s tribute in the world.”

Concorde 2, 10 pm. Tickets £13.80 (+BF). Madeira Drive, BN2 1EN 

Riskee and The Ridicule @ The Green Door Store

Riskee and the Ridicule are a grime punk band that combine three-way harmonies, political poetry, heavy guitars, catchy hooks and intricate bass lines. Ahead of the release of their new album ‘Body Bag your Scene they are holding a show at The Green Door Store.

Jason Miller

The Green Door Store, 7.30 pm – 11 pm. Tickets £8. 3 Trafalgar Street, BN1 4FQ 

 

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