Upcoming Live Concerts

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Resident Brighton 01273 606312

BANANAGUN

Wednesday 22 September 2021

The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

8.00PM - 11.00PM

An explosive French trio that furiously mixes garage/fuzz and middle eastern sounds, KARKARA is the idea of glueing together the East and the West sound in a common goal: transcendence. Created in 2017 in Toulouse - France- and inspired by the psychedelic rock scene of the Middle East and the Maghreb of the 60s and 70s, the band combines its traditional inspirations with a visceral taste for the shattering sounds of garage fuzz and contemporary krautrock.

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£7 +booking fee

JAPANESE TELEVISION

Wednesday 10th November 2021

Chalk, Brighton

6.00PM - 10.00PM

Acid Box & Love Thy Neighbour bring the almighty Snapped Ankles back to Brighton at Chalk. Come Play The Trees.

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£14 +booking fee

BANANAGUN

Sunday 17 October 2021

Green Door Store, Brighton

7.30PM - 10.30PM

Hailing from Melbourne, but with a sound stretching from 60s and 70s Afrobeat and exotica, the proto-garage rhythmic fury of The Monks and the grooves of Os Mutantes, there’s an enticing lost world exoticism to the music of Bananagun.

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£10 +booking fee

PIGS x7

Saturday 27 November 2021

Concorde 2, Brighton

7.00PM - 10.00PM

Newcastle upon Tyne's acclaimed psych/punk/doom 5-piece Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs head back on the road!

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£10 +booking fee

JAPANESE TELEVISION

Wednesday 10th November 2021

Patterns, Brighton

7.00PM - 10.00PM

NEW DATE!
After one hell of a sold out show at The Hope last year

Japanese Television are coming back with new music and ready to riff.

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£10 +booking fee

JUNIORE

NEW DATE & NEW VENUE
Wednesday 16 March 2022

Komedia, Brighton

8.00PM - 11.00PM

While you will need to be fluent in French in order to understand the lyrics, there’s still a creeping sense of melancholy in the tone that makes the emotion within the songs feel universal. For Juniore, the exploration of French culture and heritage has also played a part in forming the identity of the band. “It’s been really nice to listen to interesting, innovative music in French, influenced by France’s musical history. I think the music we make comes from the same desire to pay homage to this history - in this sense, we feel a kinship to bands like La Femme or The Liminanas.”

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£10+booking fee