Preview: Dunga Free Party

It's undeniable that Brighton hosts some seriously good gig nights and courtesy of the lovely Hot Wax Promotions, there's another unmissable event coming your way on 3rd October. Dunga Free Party is as simple as it sounds; wear dungarees and gain free entry to a night showcasing the latest upcoming bands to make the hairs on your neck stick up. 

There's a little something for all music lovers with genres ranging from indie to grunge to electronic and so much more. Don't worry if you don't own a pair of dungarees though, just pay the tiny sum of £3 and gain access to a whole host of artists you won't be able to stop talking about.

Photo: Siri Crawford
Moody pop duo, Mother Me are no newbies when it comes to performing live, the outfit have certainly been making the rounds on the festival circuit and locally within Brighton and Hove, garnering the right kind of attention for some time. Their debut 'Make Me Whole' is one to embrace and sing back to them, spice up your Monday evening with a trip to Green Door to see them play.

Moon > Sun, pronounced moon over sun, put out the sort of wonky pop music you'll want to be hitting repeat on. There's a bunch of Animal Collective vibes at play on their latest EP and we're totally digging it. The experimental synth band bring something totally unique and fresh to the line-up, make sure to check them out on the night. 

Experimental, noise punk four-piece, DITZ make one hell of a fuzz that's worth wrapping your ears around, this gang of melody makers a are a force to be reckoned with and we're betting they've got an exciting future ahead of them. Get down and see them before they get even bigger. 

Brighton's HAKE have honed their brand of psychedelic grunge grooves and if you're not yet familiar with them, then now's the time to get acquainted. They're definitely a name to be spread around and we're looking forward to seeing how they approach their set at Green Door Store. The buzzy newcomers are nicely teed to come out of the blocks fighting by the end of 2016 - keep an eye out. 

With plenty of incredible and upcoming local bands on offer, this line-up is jam-packed with quality and brilliance and you'll be hard pushed to find another gig night to rival it. Get down in your dungarees and support some local bands on the rise. 

Words Lauren Wade

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