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23/04/2014 By James McLarnon

Chichester based Traams play their biggest Brighton headline show to date this week at The Haunt this Thursday with support from Best Friends and Gang. Tickets still available for a bargain £6 here.

Fast rising melodic punks Gnarwolves are having a remarkably successful year. It’s set to continue with full month of touring America with Modern Baseball and The Wonder Years.

Gazelle Twin’s new album of avant-garde electronica/pop-noir Unflesh was released on September 22 through Anti-Ghost Moon Ray. Three tracks from the record are already streaming on her Soundcloud. Check out the Suicide flavoured ‘Exorcise’ below.

Strange Cageswho impressed at the 234 shindig at The Green Door Store back in August, have a video to share with us for their track ‘Desert’. They also play that Brighton institution, Late Night Lingerie at Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar this Friday night at 11. An absolute bargain at £3 with a strong bill featuring Nature Channel who also come highly recommended

Parasite is the latest step in Fable’s quest for global domination. Have a listen to the 3 track EP below and keep your eyes peeled on her Facebook for future live dates.

Veteran Brighton electronic outfit Transformer released their new EP Feel The Beast last week on 14 September. Check out their excellent new video for ‘Love Before’ below.