ALT ROCK / FOLK
JAMIE LENMAN AT PATTERNS: 1
You may know Jamie Lenman from his time as frontman for the band Reuben. Now solo, he has moved away from Reuben’s purely Alt Rock pedigree and weaves in elements of jazz and folk to his sound. To hear what that sounds like, click here. For venue, click here.
HAYLEY ROSS AT THE LATEST MUSIC BAR: 1930
Hayley Ross’ Facebook page describes the singer-songwriter as ‘an outlier, a one-off, a self-starter and quiet disruptor who refuses to be pinned down.’ She is on the brink of releasing her first album, The Weight of Hope. To get a feel for her sound, click here. Click here for venue.
JOESEF AT PATTERNS: 1900
From Glasgow’s gritty East End comes Joesef – who has been featured in Miss Vogue of all places – and described as ‘The Summer sad boy we didn’t know we needed.’ To hear his sound, click here. For venue, click here.
SAM CARLESE QUARTET AT BAR BROADWAY: 2100
A chance to catch Jazz talent on the way up. Sam Carlese is a female Sam; a Brighton-based young singer whose voice has been compared to Anita O’Day, Ella Fitzgerald and Blossom Dearie. For venue, click here.
THE CRACKLIN’ GRIFFINS AT THE MUCKY DUCK: 2100
LAZYBONES AT THE LATEST MUSIC BAR: 1930
Brighton-based noise pop trio Lazybones are joined by Mystic Rain Frogs and Nagasaki Dog. To hear Lazybones’ sound, click here. Click here for venue.
TRADITIONAL MUSIC OF AFGHANISTAN AT ST GEORGE’S CHURCH: 1900
Transport yourself away from the dark November nights of southeast England to the light-filled days of the western city of Herat. John Baily and Veronica Doubleday, lived in Herat for two years and together with Marc Clayton, they perform music on the classic instruments of Afghanistan. The concert is organised by The Friends of St George’s Church. To buy a ticket, click here.
Tickets: £16 (includes a light, Afghan-style supper) or £10 without supper. Concessions £2 for students, low-waged or unemployed.
JORGE’S HOT CLUB AT THE MUCKY DUCK:2100