The Hope — Centrally positioned between the Clock Tower and Brighton Station, The Hope offers live music most nights of the week. But we use one in Worthing which is 14+. Who to contact at the venue? We'll give you a dashboard where you can save your favourite contacts for future reference and jump to them instantly. You can see a diverse range of live bands, from critically-acclaimed artists to the latest next-big-Brighton-thing, as well as get involved with the weekly club nights. How Long marks Posens long-awaited solo debut, showcasing not only his chops as an instrumentalist, but his talents as a diverse songwriter, too.
Contact: 01273 749465 Email: stickymikes drinkinbrighton. We also run a weekly session at The Palmeria Pub in Hove that caters for anything that doesn't use live drums. We estimate that there are more than 500 bands in the city performing at gigs every night of the week. Knowing who they are however, well that's a different story. Who to contact at the venue? GigList content team are based across the country providing you with all the information you need in one place.
But it feels like weve found our voice and our groove. A relaxed and popular place to hang out at, even if there isn't a band playing. I hope it's useful to anyone looking to play a gig in Brighton to be honest! Were influenced by a lot of female artists at the moment, says Megan. Next, mention that you are local, what your style is and that you want a support slot. Some say Im a bit of a throw-back, since Im pretty sure in some other lifetime I was raised in the 60s and 70s, soaking up the tie-dye love. We generally only book acts from Brighton and the immediate surrounding area. Which is important for many reasons, I'll go into that later.
The brainchild of singer, songwriter and producer Nick Williams vocals, piano, acoustic guitar, synthesizers, drum machine, mandolin, production , Night House effortlessly blends elements of minimal electronica with atmospheric orchestral arrangements and melancholic vocal segments. Bishop Hannington Church in Hove is again the venue for the 2019 Butterfly concert series. I sent an email and then followed up with a visit a week later to see if there was anyone I could chat to. Cheers guys, you're too kind! Fiddlers knows how to show you a craic-ing good time. Formed in December 1991, and signed to Acid Jazz Records in January 1992, the south-London four-piece's live performance was energetic and infectious; rubber-band bass runs, buzz-saw guitar lines, creative funky drumming and a relentless soundscape of Hammond organ and melodic electric piano, combined into an adrenaline rush that was exciting, filmic and cartoonish.
Entrance is free and live music generally gets under way from 9pm. Who to contact at the venue? With this lot, I've gone into more detail on how best to contact them and what makes them more likely to book you and also not book you! The first thing they noticed was the way their voices melded together, their harmonies so intricately intertwined they seemed to become a separate entity. Well, yeah, there are many other venues in Brighton, stupid question mate. With a fantastic number of venues, Brighton can offer you a great space to show off your talents! Something a little out of the ordinary tends to attract our attention. Who to contact at the venue? It was borne, they say, from conversations with friends and with each other. If you email me with a long term plan and details about the band then I'll be much more impressed.
What genres of bands do you book? As a result, they put on some great shows and keep interesting things happening in the local scene. The place itself has a really cool atmosphere and is decorated with artwork from talented local artists. Contact: 01273 325793 Email: thehope drinkinbrighton. Head downstairs and you find their venue. Whats important to me is that artists have a friendly and positive attitude and their shows are rehearsed and sound good.
A few of my favourite past-times are hugging fans, cuddling animals and traveling, whilst tasting the towns tasty local kombucha. We see it as a responsibility, as women, to be honest about our experiences. His series of concerts attracted large audiences who instantly recognised his signature tune, Pack Up Your Troubles. We write quite deep stuff but thats not who we are at all. We'd love to hear your best spots for seeing a band. I remember when I was growing up, some of the best gigs I went to were in my teens, but being as we have only just started out as an organisation we say 18+ to be on the safe side. Playing Concorde2 represents a huge step up from smaller venues and is unlikely that unsigned bands would be given headline slots at events.
Brighton's live music venues Green Door Store The Green Door Store Type of venue Mid-sized late night bar and club Need to know Hidden away under the Victorian railway arches near the station, this late night venue has a welcome grungy feel and has become one of Brighton's best loved music venues since opening in 2011. Upstairs provides the venue for live music and downstairs The Prince Albert offers a large variety of beers and ales including Meantime selection and food on offer is always popular with pulled pork and jerk chicken on the menu. Whether it's live events, video sessions, record releases or rehearsal time, they're involved. What do bands do that really irritates you when getting in touch? Your first point of call at Green Door is Toni info thegreendoorstore. Instead, its a song record, filled with hooks, autobiographical lyrics, and Posens compelling voice.
It may be perceived a bit cabaret to have a death-metal band followed by acid jazz, for example. The best way to get to play a Tuesday night set is to just keep turning up. Good for: New acts on the cusp of bigger things, local groups and club nights, particularly hip hop. Its important for us to be completely honest with ourselves and speak our truth, says Lily. It looks professional and also makes it easy for them to notice you within their probably stuffed inbox. The church provides itself to up to 600 people to enjoy its quality acoustics, the church even offers bar facilities.
To get a place on one of Wednesday's shows you need to talk to Gemma from Brighton Music Scene. With a relaxed atmosphere and friendly crowd this is a staple bar for alternative and indie music. The city has a large number of recording studios and rehearsal facilities and a double award winning. Hosted by Brighton Music Scene the event looks to showcase the city's up and coming bands with a huge variety of genres. Theyre going on holiday soon, and as a challenge, theyve vowed to spend the whole week not talking. With some of the greatest musical acts coming out of Brighton, the music scene today is as alive as ever and constantly growing. The pub itself has a quirky feel to it that really suits the layout.