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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 […]

News Around Fuse #5

It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Fuse Fm has been quietly ticking on and this will be the last post of the year until our new committee and station manager announce their plans for 2018/19. So, what have we got left in store for you guys? First up, we have the prospective Station Manager and […]

WFM /// TVAM

When Fuse Met… TVAM. TVAM is a solo project made up of Joe Oxley along with his guitar and bulky TV screen. Psych-rock loops and echoey vocals pair with heavily distorted VCR images and lyrics on the TV to create an immersive and hypnotic experience. I caught up with Joe before his performance at Band […]

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 […]

Much like the most recent Manchester derby, Yo La Tengo’s gig at Academy 2 was a game of two halves.  Known for their massive discography and devout cult fandom, they attracted a savvy, locked-in crowd for their gig at Academy 2.  They ran with a double set with no support acts, opening up with an […]

Ever wondered what makes Tom Grennan tick? Wonder no more! Ellis Harbord sat down with the Bedford-born singer songwriter to find out more…   Fuse: How’s the tour going? Is the first time with a band? Tom: Yeah it’s going pretty well man, no I’ve done it with a band before.   Fuse: last time […]

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