So, it is been a though due to the fact we’ve carried out a gig preview post, what with taking a couple of weeks off about Christmas, but we’re BACK and so are the superior gigs in Brighton.

51308375_2250277305003567_6401380572635070464_nVery first up is the eighth Brighton Noise all dayer at the Green Door Shop, which requires spot tomorrow (Saturday 2nd Feb) and has a large line up featuring Inwards, Soft Walls, Garden Centre, Major Slammu, Fruity Water, Dubais, M. Butterfly, The Estate Agents, R. Dyer and The International Debt.

The large name gig this month is Steve Mason who’s on the road touring his new album About The Light. He’s currently played Newcastle and Glasgow, and will take in Manchester, London and Bristol prior to the hometown date on Saturday 9th February, which is at St Barts Church just off London Road.

Subsequent up is a gig exactly where the venue caught our eye as substantially as the band. On Thursday 21st February Currls are playing for Club Fugly at the Hare & Hounds. Final time we went to a gig there at was upstairs, when the upstairs was known as Bleach – is this this the return of a substantially missed venue? We’ll have to pop along and uncover out.

LPFLastly, a mention of a couple of festivals that are taking spot just outdoors of Brighton, but close sufficient that it would be rude not to mention them. Subsequent Friday and Saturday Lewes Psych Fest requires spot, with AK/DK headlining on Saturday. It is extended sold out although, so hold your eyes peeled for returns. Later this month, at a new venue known as Hansen Hall in Portslade just outdoors the Brighton & Hove borders, Mutations Festival requires spot with a bunch of familiar names (Orchards, LibraLibra, Jacko Hooper amongst them) nestling alongside the international acts playing.