JMahon, live in Brighton at The Prince Albert on 18/01/2023! Get tickets with no booking fee above or from Seetickets.
Raised in North Queensland, Australia, Jarrod Mahon is not one to shy away from bold new endeavours. Once parting was ways his previous record label in 2019, Mahon chose to go fully independent, relocating to Berlin in 2019 (where he still resides), despite having no contacts at all inthe country. Whats more, having recorded/performed under the pseudonym Emerson Snowe for over a decade during which time he home recorded five albums and 13 Eps, toured with the likes of King Krule and Ariel Pink, played showcases SXSW and the Great Escape, the works Mahon took that brave, most uncommercial decision to release under his own name and start almost totally anew. https://jmahon.bandcamp.com/album/everything-has-a-life
+ Hypsoline: Friends since the awkward years of secondary school, Hypsoline have been muddling through life together, bringing their victories, hardships and heartbreaks to musical fruition since September 2019. Hypsoline are Beth Molly Moore, (vocals and guitar) Trilby White (vocals and bass) Natalie Caushaj (guitar), and they were made complete in early 2022 when they met Hannah Feenstra (drums). They hail from Brighton and are building recognition in the evolving music scene that the city holds.
The quartet’s influences include bands such as Wolf Alice, Warpaint, Savages and HAIM.
Hypsoline are dedicated to captivating their audience with punchy bass riffs, rich harmonies, and the contrasting vocal styles of Beth and Trilby. This, along with their demanding and powerful stage presence, creates an atmosphere packed with infectious energy that the band and audience are eager to share.’
+ Harry Hayes: Harry Hayes is a prolific Lewes-based songwriter and producer. For a long time a (mostly) solitary home-recording project, he is finally hitting the stage to perform with a 4 piece band featuring members Plantoid, The Stanford Family Band and SHBBP.
Confidently swaying between gentle country ballads and soaring rock crescendos, at the heart of Hayes’ music is always the expression of classic and direct songwriting. Heavily influenced by the ethos and sound of the 1960s Laurel Canyon folk scene, Hayes plays with conventions and expectations to create something a little obtuse but always just within reach.
FFO: Neil Young, Gene Clark, The Lemon Twigs, The Band.
Upcoming Love Thy Neighbour shows:
05102023 – Andy Irvine. Lewes Con Club
13102023 – Yowl. Green Door Store
13102023 – KEN Mode. The Hope & Ruin
14102023 – Honeyblood. The West Hill Hall
16102023 – ALASKALASKA. The Hope & Ruin
19102023 – Birds In A Row. Soup, Manchester
20102023 – Comfort. Green Door Store
21102023 – Birds In A Row. The Exchange, Bristol
21102023 – Cherym. The Prince Albert
22102023 – Birds In A Row. The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
23102023 – The Tubs. The Hope & Ruin
27102023 – FEWS. The Hope & Ruin
28102023 – BA Johnston. The Hope & Ruin
29102023 – An Evening With Kristin Hersh. Komedia
31102023 – Hilary Woods. The Rosehill
01112023 – An Evening with Tom Robinson. Lewes Con Club
02112023 – Personal Trainer. Lewes Con Club
08112023 – Silver Moth. Lewes Con Club
09112023 – Bodywash. The Prince Albert
10112023 – Maruja. Green Door Store
11112023 – Soft Machine. Lewes Con Club
11112023 – Dark Horses. Green Door Store
11112023 – David Tattersall Group. West Hill Hall
15112023 – Autobahn. The Green Door Store
24112023 – bdrmm. Patterns
26112023 – Abracadabra. The Prince Albert
28112023 – Ozric Tentacles + Gong. Chalk
28112023 – The Rural Alberta Advantage. The Prince Albert
30112023 – Flat Party. The Prince Albert
01122023 – Mickey Callisto. The Folklore Rooms
02122023 – Don Letts. Lewes Con Club
09122023 – John Otway. Lewes Con Club
12122024 – CIVIC. The Hope & Ruin
13122023 – Modern Nature. Lewes Con Club
18012024 – JMahon. The Prince Albert
21012024 – John Craigie. The Prince Albert
30012024 – John Francis Flynn. Concorde 2
18022024 – Michael Cera Palin. The Hope & Ruin
20022024 – Pip Blom. Chalk
23022024 – JOHN. Concorde 2
27022024 – Jordan Mackampa. Chalk
06032024 – Beans on Toast. Chalk
08032024 – Lime Garden. Chalk
21042024 – Martin Turner ex Wishbone Ash. Lewes Con Club
28042024 – Focus. Lewes Con Club
No wheelchair access to the venue. Two sets of stairs up to the venue, no disabled toilets. Gendered toilets. If you require a carer at the venue, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for guestlist, with evidence such as a blue badge or access card. If strobe lighting is an issue or if standing for long periods of time is an issue, please contact us in advance. Would be possible to place a chair near the stage.