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Audio fly the flag for underground dance music in a changing Brighton scene...

If Brighton is London by the sea, as the saying goes, then it’s Audio that’s almost single-handedly making sure this seaside city lives up to...

Critical Sounds

This month DJ Mag rolled down to the South Coast to see one of the leading labels in drum and bass, Critical Records, at Brighton's Life Club.

BRIGHTON ROCKS! Digital’s seaside operation goes from strength-to-strength

“The club that is now Digital Brighton used to be called The Zap,” remembers owner Dave Stone.  “It was the first place I ever went...

The second Brighton Music Conference (BMC) is on the horizon...

Dance music is now a multi-million-pound industry, and like with other multi-million-pound industries it needs conferences and trade fairs in order to keep the wheels...

Increasing capacity from 350 to 825... 

Brighton club The Haunt has revealed significant expansion plans. 

Last week we reported the venue would close at the end of August after the landlord...

The UK gets its own version of ADE, IMS and Miami WMC...

The first-ever Brighton Music Conference (BMC) launches this April in the south coast city, and is being billed as “the first annual electronic music conference...

Sad news for Brighton... 

Brighton’s The Haunt will close at the end of the month. 

The club is being closed by the venue’s landlord to make way for a...

Dates announced for the Brighton Music Conference (BMC) 2015

The dates have just been announced for next year's Brighton Music Conference (BMC) — the UK's answer to ADE.

The event will again be taking...

What's happening to clubbing on Brighton's seafront?

Re-opened at the end of September under new management, Coliseum is the venue we once knew as Digital Brighton. A regular hang-out for clued up...

Leon Vynehall, Peach and OK Williams are also among the DJs set to play the venue later this year

Brighton's Patterns venue has revealed details of its reopening series of parties, taking place from June to September.

Due to reopen in late June, in...

Brighton's party kids flock to Shakedown Festival...

It was sunnier than usual in the UK over the summer this year, thank fuck, but in July the weather was tempered by some freaky...

DJ Mag partners up with Brighton Music Conference for work — and play...

The second Brighton Music Conference (BMC) was hailed a resounding success by all who attended at the start of June. The two-day event — featuring...

Fronted by John "OO" Flemming

The UK is set to get it's own electronic music conference - led by trance DJ John "00" Flemming.

Bradley Zero, Saoirse, Byron The Aquarius, salute, Nia Archives and KETTAMA have also been confirmed to play the club between January and March

Brighton club Patterns has announced its first run of parties for 2022, with line-ups confirmed from January up to March.

DJs set to play the...

Brighton club Patterns announces Or:la, Yung Singh, Jamz Supernova, many more for Q2 2022

Brighton club Patterns has unveiled the programming for Q2 2022, with Or:la, Yung Singh, Jamz Supernova, and many more names set to perform at the...