Brighton’s New Venue Patterns Brings Gilles Peterson, Max Graef & More

Injecting a fresh burst of energy into one of Brighton’s historical music venues, 14th May sees the launch of brand new underground music destination Patterns following the closure of iconic seaside musical spot Audio.

Under the careful curation of East London’s Mothership Group, Patterns is set to be the magisterial hub for forwarding-thinking electronic music in Brighton, with the full makeover including a world-class sound-system, plus a twist of Bauhaus interior design across the venues trio of spaces.

Connecting the dots between future-facing electronic genres, the opening season programme brings sets from heavy hitters Anthony Parasole, Gilles Peterson, HNNY, Tama Sumo, Nick Höppner, Bradley Zero, Pearson Sound, Artwork, DVS1, Jeremy Underground, K15, Space Dimension Controller, Mount Kimbie and Max Graef, enlisting the wisdom of international promoters Resident Advisor, Dimensions Festival, Bugged Out! and Tief alongside local forces Rhythm Junction, Mute, First Floor and Disco Deviant.

Aside from the rousing line-ups in the evenings, by day Patterns will be a mecca for Brighton’s creative crowds, providing delectable street food and local craft beer. In the words of Heather Pistor, Creative Director for Mothership Group:

“We’re excited to have taken on such a well-respected music venue. Local promoters and artists will sit side-by-side with international promoters and headline acts, producing what we believe to be an innovative programme of club nights to rival the top clubs across the country. The dream is to create a thriving social hub for drinking, dancing, hanging out with friends but most of all a place for forward-thinking music.”

Head over to the Patterns Facebook page and sign up to their mailing list to keep updated with the launch.

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