Monday, April 25, 2005

Appetite for destruction

Lydia Lunch has been provoking audiences with her anger-fuelled songs and spoken-word performances since the Seventies. But as the punk icon tells Fiona Sturges, no pain, no gain

Thursday, April 14, 2005

The House of Love: Bless this house

Fifteen years after an acrimonious split, The House of Love are making music once again. Terry Bickers and Guy Chadwick tell Fiona Sturges how they kissed and played on

Saturday, April 02, 2005

Dancing in the street

Brighton is a fickle place. At once highbrow and lowbrow, it has a way of adapting its identity to fulfill the desires of its visitors. For day-trippers, it can be a clubber's heaven, a romantic retreat or simply a breath of fresh air away from the heaving metropolis. For the Prince Regent it was an extravagant bolt-hole, though for the writer Graham Greene it was synonymous with depravity and crime.
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The Traveller's Guide To: Historic Brighton

From Regency spa to modern city by the sea, Brighton's story is written through it like a stick of rock.

'When it comes to music, Brighton knows its stuff'

In a city that has a reputation for being so hip it hurts, planning a night out can be a daunting prospect. Best start with a drink, then