Top 10 Brighton Gigs in November
This month is choc full of fantastic gigs, in Brighton, not to be missed with Blues-Rock, Alternative-Rock, Electro-Pop, Post-Rock, Indie-Rock, Dance, Electronic and Punk-Rock there’s something for everyone! Here we pick out our top 10 for November.
One Inch Badge Presents: Deap Vally (Pictured Above)
An American primal blues-rock duo, formed in Los Angeles in 2011, this pair met at a crochet class! Deap Vally released their debut single, “Gonna Make My Own Money” back in 2012. which received a positive response in both the US and the UK also landing spots at music festivals, such as Hyde Park with Iggy Pop in London and the Latitude Festival.
Fri 1st Nov – Concorde 2
7pm – £10.50
A British alternative rock band based in Birmingham, formed in 2002. Editors have so far released two platinum studio albums, selling over several million copies between them worldwide. Their brand of dark indie rock is commonly compared to the sound of bands such as Echo & the Bunnymen, Joy Division, Interpol and The Chameleons.
Weds 6th Nov – Brighton Dome, Concert Hall
7pm – £21.50
Naughty Boy, is a British songwriter, record producer and musician.He has produced two top-ten records for UK rappers Chipmunk and Wiley, both featuring a then-unknown singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé. This October his single ‘La La La’ was awarded ‘Best Song’ and ‘Best Video’ at the MOBO Award’s.
Tues 12th Nov – Concorde 2
7pm – £11
An American rock band from New York, formed in 1995. The group’s music incorporates aspects of progressive rock, punk rock, pop, metal and post-hardcore. Coheed and Cambria’s albums tell a science fiction storyline called The Amory Wars, which has been transcribed into a series of comic books,as well as a full length novel.
Sat 16th Nov – Concorde 2
7pm – SOLD OUT
Fenech-Soler are an electropop band from Kings Cliffe, Northamptonshire, England, that formed in 2006. The name Fenech-Soler is taken from Daniel Soler’s full surname, which is Maltese. The band’s sound has been compared to Friendly Fires and Delphic for their “hybrid of summery indie and big dance-inflected melodies”.
Weds 20th Nov – Concorde 2
7pm – £12.50
An Icelandic post-rock band from Reykjavík, founded in 1994. Known for their ethereal sound, frontman Jónsi Birgisson’s falsetto vocals, and the use of bowed guitar, the band’s music is also noticeable for its incorporation of classical and minimalist aesthetic elements. The band is named after Jónsi’s sister Sigurrós Elin.
Weds 20th Nov – The Brighton Centre
6.30pm – £28.50
A British alternative dance band, formed in London, United Kingdom in 2007. Describing their style as “fast, mesmeric and passionate”, the band play both electric and acoustic guitars, synths, drums, and incorporate traditional Basque instruments into their music.
Thurs 21st Nov – Concorde 2
7.30pm – SOLD OUT
This indie-rock quartet from Washington DC – named after a offhand quote from the 90s classic film Groundhog Day – originally formed back in 1993. Following a couple of dates in the US, The Dismemberment Plan kick off a short UK tour with this show to promote their comeback album titled ‘Uncanney Valley’. Check out our preview here.
Sun 24th Nov – Audio
7pm – £13
An English electronic music duo, consisting of brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence. The siblings grew up in Reigate, Surrey.Their debut album ‘Settle’ was released on in June 2013. They have been voted into the BBC Radio 1xtra ‘Hot Ten For 2013’.
Mon 25th – Brighton Dome
7pm – SOLD OUT
An American group formed in New York in 1997, Mindless Self Indulgence describe their music as having punk rock, alternative rock, electronica, hip-hop, and industrial elements. The band are arguably most famously known for their anthemic single “Shut Me Up”, from 2006. This marks the first night of the British stint of their tour.
Thurs 28th Nov – Concorde 2
7.30pm – £15