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Previews


Greenness: Cyclicity EP Launch

The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
Saturday 18th August
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African Night Fever: 15 Year Celebration Party

Ropetackle Arts Centre, Shoreham-by-Sea
Saturday 18th August
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Kevin Morby

The Haunt, Brighton
Thursday 23rd August
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Yo La Tengo

Komedia, Brighton
Wednesday 29th August
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Live Reviews

Bishop Nehru – The Haunt, Brighton
Bishop Nehru

The Haunt, Brighton
The Rhythm Method – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
The Rhythm Method

Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
Mystic Braves - The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
Mystic Braves

The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
Pride – Preston Park, Brighton
Pride Festival

Preston Park, Brighton


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Franz Ferdinand

  • Franz Ferdinand – Brighton Dome – 25th February 2018

    Franz Ferdinand – Brighton Dome – 25th February 2018 Franz Ferdinand – Brighton Dome – 25th February 2018 Everyone’s favourite indie-dance Glaswegians showed no signs of slowing down on Sunday night in what was a career-spanning live show that exhibited elements of their entire repertoire. Whether or not they mean it, the title of their new record Always Ascending is exactly the mind-set Franz Ferdinand have embodied throughout their career. Never looking back, they’ve continued to focus on new material and evolve their sound, compared to the majority of their indie peers of the 00s, who have lived off early albums and failed to explore new territories.
  • Franz Ferdinand – Interview 2018

    Franz Ferdinand – Interview 2018 The Scottish indie-rockers made a big splash back in 2004 when they were spearheading the so-called new wave of post-punk revival, heavily-influenced by the likes of Gang of Four. Still signed to Domino, and following the release of their collaboration with Sparks, FFS, they are back with their first studio album since 2013's Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action. There are new members, a new sound, and a new lease of life for this durable Glasgow-formed outfit who are made for the live stage. Brightonsfinest caught up with both frontman Alex Kapranos and new kid Julian Corrie.
  • Franz Ferdinand – Always Ascending

    Franz Ferdinand – Always Ascending Franz Ferdinand – Always Ascending Whether or not they mean it, ‘Always Ascending’ is exactly the mind-set Franz Ferdinand have embodied throughout their career. Never looking back, they’ve continued to focus on new material and evolve their sound, whilst their indie peers of the 00s have lived off early albums and failed to explore new territories.
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