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November 2014

Saturday, November 22nd, 2014

Private Party

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Sunday, November 23rd, 2014

Sussex Universities Big Band

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Fresh back from their performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival this July, the Sussex Universities Big Band is bigger and better than ever! Performing a mix of big band classics and vocal arrangements you can expect to hear anything from Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band to Glenn Miller to music from Moulin Rouge. Come down to the band’s first gig of the winter and get ready to put your dancing shoes on.

Doors 7.30 Show 8.00 Price £3.50/£3 (students)

Wednesday, November 26th, 2014

Soundphonica

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A brand new club night for Brighton, soundphonica is a unique mix of live music, DJ sets, bespoke soundscapes and sonic surprises that is starting to happen this November…

Curated by Brighton-based label Corsair Records, who are launching the event as part of their 10th birthday celebrations, soundphonica is a unique sonic synthesis featuring UK and European touring artists as well as showcasing the label’s roster and local talent.
The events will lead to a series of audio releases under the soundphonica banner in 2015.

David J. Roch This date is part of his nationwide UK tour supporting new album ‘A Cynic, A Realist, An Undertaker’ out November 10th, which sees the Sheffield singer-songwriter re-united with producer and mentor Jim Sclavunos (Grinderman/Bad Seeds).
David has more than a quarter of a million YouTube hits, appearances in iTunes top 30 and a debut album which received rave reviews from UK broadsheets and music press alike. Massive American TV shows ‘Private Practice’, ‘Being Human’ and ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ have all featured his tracks.

AND Oscillator Featuring Justin Welch from Elastica and Brighton luminaries from Los Albertos and The Kooks, Oscillator fuse a multitude of influences including ska, psychedelic jazz and electro funk. And Spatial Awareness In the mind of Spatial Awareness the Paradise Garage never shut its doors. Disco evangelist and preacher of the gospels according to Larry, Frankie, Francis and David, Spatial Awareness joins the dots between disco’s sacred history and its immortal future.

Doors 8.00 Price £5

 

Thursday, November 27th, 2014

Winter Mountain

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Hailing from the shores of Cornwall and Donegal, Winter Mountain blend melodic folk songs, heartfelt lyrics and two voices in a sound reminiscent of a time before digital recording when the emphasis fell on the importance of live performance, the power of harmony and the essence of the song.

Doors 8.00 Show 8.30 Price £8adv

Have A Word

LGBTQI Arts Performance Spoken Word & Music events.

LGBTQ arts Performance Music event returns in its new ” Pop Up” formula…
Fantastic line up for you
- Justin David (POLARI regular and great novelist)
- Music from Jan Allain
- Louise Turner, Fine Artist Activist and a creative force to be reckoned with.
- Manel Ortega, Photographer, Manel’s stunning work will be shown with a specially selected piece of music and a short narrative read by Ellis Collins.
music by Josh The Barber
Supporting The Sussex Beacon

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Doors 7.00 Show 7.45 Price £6

Friday, November 28th, 2014

Speaky Spokey


Speaky Spokey – a literary cabaret entertainment of short stories, music, performance poetry and film.

Dr David Bramwell reading from his new book; The Number 9 Bus to Utopia
Hannah Vincent reading from her new book; Alarm Girl
Gilli Bloodaxe and Foz; poetry and sound,
Stephanie Lam and her new book; the Mystery at Castaway House
Avaes Mohammad; poetry and puppetry
Indian street food by Spice Monkey

Doors: 7.30 Show: 8.00 Price: £15 food and show £7 show only / £5 show only cons

Cabaret Bar

Hatful of Rain

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Hatful of Rain a British folk/American roots band based in and around Brighton. They combine powerful song-writing with musical virtuosity and a strong traditional feel. The Hatfuls make full use of the “single microphone” approach to performing which creates an engaging visual spectacle whilst underlining the warmth and communal style of the music played. After signing to the Union Music Store label they released their critically acclaimed debut album Way Up On The Hill in 2012 which followed by the The Morning Key in May 2014. Both albums received national radio play and were praised by the likes of Bob Harris, Mike Harding, Rosanne Cash and Ralph McLean. Following the release of The Morning Key, the band did their warmly received first national tour to throughout the UK.

‘Scarlet Ribbon’
Released by Union Store Music
New Single & video launch!
The band’s only Brighton concert in 2014!
‘Scarlet Ribbon’ written by Chloe Overton, tells the moving tale of a young woman’s experience of domestic abuse. There will be a collection for Brighton and Hove domestic abuse charity Rise UK during the evening.

Doors 8.00 Show 8.30 Price £8/£6 adv

SOLD OUT! Repeat show on the 8th December

 

Saturday, November 29th, 2014

Private Party

We love to throw a party. If you are looking for a venue to hold your birthday, civil partnership, wedding or anniversary party or you just feel like letting your hair down and dancing with your friends and family ’til the early hours, call 01273 687171 or email us at bookings@thelatest.co.uk.

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Sunday, November 30th, 2014

Jim Tarren

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Its a fund raiser for Free Tibet and it will be my band playing songs from my first album ‘Two Dog Shadow’ played by myself Vicky Jones and the band with support from the fabulous Lee Ross playing songs from his latest EP.

We will be focusing in on one aspect in particular of the Tibetan situation but with a wider view of anyone else who is in a similar situation – freetibet.org/get-involved/tibets-jailed-musicians

Doors tbc

Cabaret Bar

Jack Evans

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This will be the launch for Jack Evans second release, The Harbour EP.
Jack Evans is an 18 year old songwriter born and raised in Brighton. Since the 13th of August he has been attempting to play 200 gigs in 365 days so he is playing lots of gigs and open mic nights around Brighton & the surrounding area, often doing two or three in a day.
Jack will be supported by Brighton-based singer-songwriter Bess Atwell who is making quite a name for herself around Brighton and London. Also giving support, with an acoustic set, are yourgardenday.

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Doors 2.00 Show 2.30 Price £5 door/ £3 guest list – facebook