Founded in 2015, the genre-melting Mutations has evolved and now sets the foundation for daring line-ups in Brighton since. Initially taking over a central Brighton venues, then moving to a mysterious building on the outskirts of town, Mutations 003 and 004 have now set up camp back in the centre of city and a regular creative explosion in the first weekend of November each year. At an intimate cap for such major names, the festival has sold out each year, with appearances from the likes of Yard Act, Squid, Baxter Dury, Shame, Pussy Riot, Working Men’s Club, Billy Nomates and tens of the rising stars, offering a unique chance to see them all in intimate venues before they breakthrough.