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Art School Girlfriend is the moniker of Polly Mackey, a Margate based multi-instrumentalist making waves with her own brand of mesmerizing electronic pop. After hearing of the rising buzz around Mackey’s latest project I decided to see her for myself, catching up with her after the show. She played in the basement space of Manchester’s […]

Last Saturday saw the return of The Warehouse Project with their annual opening party, Welcome to the Warehouse. Packed with a cast of renowned DJs from around the globe, on top of marking what will be the Project’s final season at their Store Street venue, the opening night was sure to be on the calendar […]

August 30th, 2018, and the Fuse crew descended on Nambucca, north London, for our first gig of the year. Proto-post-punk rockers Scout Leader did not disappoint, bringing together a smorgasbord of far flung fans for an unforgettable evening. The atmosphere in Nambucca calmly escalated from relaxed family get-together to a deep-dive mosh, with supports Dreamherbs […]

  This year’s Bluedot Festival promises to be something special, providing not just exceptional acts such as the Chemical brothers and Gary Newman, but also days and nights full of learning and exploration with a science theme. An eco-conscious, creative festival in the unique setting of Jodrell bank, (itself an impressively interesting structure), Bluedot really […]

Gig Preview: Rhye

Gig Preview: Rhye at the O2 Ritz   Currently touring what is only their second album, Blood, despite having put out music as early as 2013,  Rhye are due to grace Manchester with their ethereal, other-worldly sound on Wednesday 6th June. The group, led by Milosh, are known for their trademark vocals and multi-instrumentalism; the perfect […]

For us human beings to peacefully coexist with one another, an element of performance and disguise is critical.  We exaggerate our best qualities and conceal our worst.  We take on characteristics abnormal to us to resolve our differences with others.  However, as much as it helps us prosper as a species, this personal compromise is […]

Upon entering Manchester’s Oxford Road Dancehouse this Wednesday gone, I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect. This time last year I missed out on Moses Sumney’s London show, and so now was my chance to catch him at last. Having finally seen him perform live, I’ll be making sure not to miss the next gig. […]

In 2014 Bishop Nehru and MF Doom teamed up for NehruvianDoom. Nehru brought the bars, Metal Face brought the beats. Bishop Nehru was 18 years old. What were you doing at 18 years old? I’ll tell you what I was doing. I was being dragged out of dodgy Manchester indie clubs for vomiting indiscreetly on the bar. […]

Coming to Manchester for the first time, Rhye graced the audience with music from both their recently released “Blood” album and their 2013 release, “Woman”. Originally a duo, the act is now centred around Michael Milosh, who tonight was supported by a 6-piece band. The first audience interaction came after the first two songs, when […]

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