The Verse’s Dominic Courtney reviews Wolf Alice’s show at Brighton Dome on 2oth November 2017.  With this summer marking the return of Wolf Alice, many had been wondering what the band were going to do this time. Visions of a Life once again blew away fans with their ethereal, dreamy tunes, […]

The Verse’s Imara Williams-Simpson interviews YONAKA at Patterns on Wednesday 25th October 2017 Patterns hosted an evening of the Hopscotch UK Tour with Stereo Honey, Anteros and YONAKA, a band born and bred in Brighton. The event was open to ages sixteen and upwards, allowing young music enthusiasts to experience […]

The room that teeters at the top of The Hope & Ruin is as packed as I’ve ever seen it. Elbows, oversized hats, and shoulders all endanger my pint as I squeeze stage-wards, where two lads are installed in the midst of an Apple-store worth of electronics. They’re warming up […]

Grammy and Mercury prize nominated Wolf Alice, who are currently touring Europe, visit Brighton in March. They released their debut album “My Love Is Cool” in June 2015 which landed at number 2 in the charts, and are known for their amazing live performances, with many saying they stole the show […]

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