Transmission are located in the North Laine, right in the heart of Brighton, and only a 5 minute walk from the sea. We welcome visitors to the studio and, while in town, we recommend checking out the following outlets and galleries, listed to the right.
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1. Resident Records
Resident is an amazing record shop, based in narrow lanes of Kensignton Gardens. Expect a large collection of vinyl (especially when the extension is complete) and limited edition releases too. The queue is often round the corner when the yearly Record Store Day takes place.
3. Family Store
A few doors up from Resident is Family Store, a small, independent shop that sells a fantastic range of illustrated zines, limited edition books, t-shirts and a small selection of vinyl. Their collection is always fun, lively, colourful and supportive of the illustarted arts.
This small coffee shop is just down from the train station, situated on Trafalgar Street, that sells strong, high quality coffee in a small, peaceful space. The ambience is relaxed, unpretentious and they sell a good range of sandwiches, cakes and pastries.
2. Dukes at Komedia
The sister venture to our favourite Brighton cinema, The Duke of Yorks, this new(ish) space is associated with the Komedia comedy club and offers a more intimate setting showcasing the best independent films. The downstairs cafe is great too, as are the hot dogs in the cinema bar.
4. Rarekind Records
Rarekind is another vinyl record store that we love. The ground floor sells news and second hand electronic, Beats, Hip-Hip, Reggae, Soul and Funk, while upstairs stocks Drum and Bass, Jungle and Techo. We often buy hard to find electronic and beats music from the store.
6. Magazine Brighton
This is the place to find independent magazines. A fantastic shop that really champions independent publishing and stocks all our favourite magazines, from Eye, Adbusters, Fader and Delayed Gratification, which features writing and journalism by Transmission editor Matthew Lee.