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Afro Celt Sound System

Brighton Dome
Tuesday 20th November
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Sunflower Bean

The Old Market, Brighton
Wednesday 21st November
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77:78

The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
Wednesday 21st November
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Jade Bird

The Haunt, Brighton
Thursday 22nd November
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Live Reviews

Easy Life – Green Door Store, Brighton
Easy Life

Green Door Store, Brighton
Pretty Vicious - Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
Pretty Vicious

Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
Johnny Marr - Brighton Dome
Johnny Marr

Brighton Dome
The Blinders - The Haunt, Brighton
The Blinders

The Haunt, Brighton


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GAPS

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  • Gaps - The Prince Albert - 26th January 2015

    Gaps - The Prince Albert - 26th January 2015 Gaps - The Prince Albert - 26th January 2015 Hannah Lou Clark was first on stage along with her beautiful sugar-sweet voice and her raw sounding electric guitar. Unfortunately the venue speakers were slightly distorting throughout her set, but the sound tech seemed to get a hang of things by the next act. Asides from that Hannah produced a great lo-fi sound. My first impressions of Hannah was a sound that brilliantly mixed PJ Harvey with Sharron Von Etten, something you could definitely hear when she played my favourite of the set, ‘Silent Type’. My expectations were somewhat lowered when songs like ‘Kids In Heat’ started. As much as it is an exquisitely constructed song on the EP, live it sounded like 101 other pop songs out there and lacked the interesting edge or intensity of...

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