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:
Last weekend, the self-described "lad with a lisp with some stories to tell", aka Ghostpoet, caught up with Fuse FM following a set at Parklife that went down as one of the weekend's highlights. Catch him chatting to Dan Alani about music in the North, his live show, and some exclusive info on plans for new material.
After setting the Now Wave tent alight at Parklife, Dave and Jim from Django Django caught up with Dan Alani for a quick litte chat. Find out what they had to tell us about their festival experiences, their love of classic rock and workout regimes.
Last weekend the mighty Parklife Festival descended once again upon Platt Fields Park and Fuse FM were there to soak up the atmosphere and chat to some of the acts.
Following an engrossing set of making noisy industrial sounds, Factory Floor stopped to chat to Dan Alani about their live experience, the studio setup and plans for the future.
On Sunday 20th May, the streets of Manchester were turned into a sea of runners as the 10th annual Great Manchester Run came to the city. We sent reporter Rachel Longworth along to speak to some of the runners as they crossed the finish line.
Well done to everyone who took part and raised money for such a wide variety of charities!
The Enemy's third album 'Streets in the Sky' was released just a few weeks ago. Jules O'Brien caught up with the trio in Manchester ahead of their gig at the Academy to find out more about this egarly awaited comeback album.
Well that's it ladies and gentlemen. We've now reached the end of Future Everything 2012. But what a way to go out. Tonight, Fuse FMs own James Sandford attended this year's headline act. Amon Tobin is one of the most outstanding DJs out there today. When the Brazilian was working on his latest piece, ISAM, he wanted to produce something truly amazing. And something amazing is an understatement.
Once a year Manchester plays host to some of the most amazing talent in the modern world. Future Everything is a yearly festival that brings together those that take the strange and represent it in unique ways. And this year has been no different. Matthew Herbert is an electronic artist who specialises in the usage of those sounds most of us forget. On 18th May he provided just that with his performance of One Pig at the Royal Northern College of Music.