SPECTRUM is a Brighton Dome project, dedicated to nurturing and cultivating our vibrant local music scene, kindly supported by The Pebble Trust. This season we make our way to cosy new spaces in collaboration with a host of artists, labels and friends.See More from Series
Join SPECTRUM for a high energy night at Brighton Youth Centre, featuring a selection of Brighton’s finest talent.
Animal House are here to kick a bored, robotic generation up off their arses and dancing to guitar music again. With accolades and experience coming out of their ears, there is little doubt that they are poised to become one of indie music’s leading guitar bands. Nonsense, cheekiness and foolish yet on-point observational humour are quickly becoming their trademarks as well as their tight, rebranded 60s garage pop sound.
Fresh off the back of a hugely successful European tour and having also previously supported Courtney Barnett, The Wedding Present, The Preatures, Surfer Blood and Drenge to name a few, Animal House are ready to go.
Brighton three-piece crafting slacker pop songs which celebrate the horrible feeling in the pit of your stomach; Sulky Boy is the amalgamation of graduate anxieties, positive thinking and a penchant for finding the danceable in the downtrodden.
'Sulky Boy is the latest in a long line of exciting bands to emerge out of Brighton this year. Taylor’s caught up in his own lovey intentions... a charm offensive.' DIY
'An appropriately-named project specialising in romantic hopelessness' Noisey
'Heartfelt bangers, woozy melodies and hooks aplenty' Dork
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Porridge Radio are a Brighton 5 piece who make and play 'a perfect blend between cool lo-fi rock and strange, morbid sadcore' (Wake The Deaf). In 2016 they released their first full band LP on cassette through Memorials of Distinction records, re-released in early 2017 on vinyl.
Inelegantly knotting together beautiful melodic pop songs with vicious and furious emotional outpour, their chaotic live shows have gained them a strong following within Brighton.