This week we had the delightful We Were Evergreen in the studios, where we discussed growing up, the core of music, and the seemingly infinite number of instruments a single band can play. Deep stuff. They even played us an acoustic set. They play Trof Fallowfield on October 4th (tickets £8). Catch it here:
Just before all these exams starting getting in the way of normal life, Maxim Tristan, a young band of Manchester students recorded two songs on Fuse FM. Check out the excellent session below, which includes the original song "Sapphire" and a cover of "Hit the Road Jack".
Dave Daniel is an up and coming musician from Manchester and before Easter he popped down to the old Studio 2 to record a couple of tracks for us. This is the first, called "Living in Self Regret".
Have a listen below!
Rival Elk, a new band from two Manchester Uni students, popped down to the Fuse FM studio yesterday to record us a version of their first song Shout Down the Mountain. Have a listen and download below!
Check out their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/rivalelk
Their second track from Friday's live session on Cake & Gravy, this is Manchester band The Words with 'Stand Up, Sit Down'.
Manchester indie band The Words were live on Fuse Fm on Friday on the Cake & Gravy Show. Here's on of the tracks they recorded, 'Falling'.
Musical geniuses dan le sac Vs Scroobius Pip came down to the Fuse studio today to record a couple of tracks before they're gig, tonight, at Academy 2. Get down early to grab the last tickets!
Warning: Contains explicit language!
Brighton band Lostaura joined Fuse Fm in the studio today for more Basement Sessions, this being the third of three tracks, 'Awkward Lines'.