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So far Rob Morris has created 28 blog entries.

The Lagan

The Lagan deliver beer-soaked London Irish folk punk: a rough blend of hard-hitting street punk and melodic dance-til-you-drop folk.


Noise from Birmingham! Y!KES deliver a blend of high energy new age pop rock full of gusto.

Martian Social Club

Cuddly cultsters Martian Social Club bring their eclectic blend of psychedelic prog-funk to Fuse.

Lichfield Arts Introducing

Friday night sees young people taking over our Momentum marquee to perform and run their own mini-festival.


Agbeko are an amazing afro-rock-funk-psych spectacular from Manchester. The band draws inspiration from the golden age of 1970's Nigerian, Ghanaian and Ethiopian dancefloors and delivers it through the filter of 11 young twenty-somethings who grew up on rock, funk and raucous-leaning jazz.

The Long Game

The Long Game, previously called Skaciety, will blow you away with their fast, energetic ska/punk, playing songs from their recent album ‘Overstaying Our Welcome’.

The Hustle

The Hustle are a 5-piece high energy party band playing the best of soul, RnB, disco and funk who believe in rich bass lines, smooth grooves and powerhouse vocals.

MeMe Detroit

Sitting somewhere between sleazy grit rock grunge and power indie, Birmingham-based band MeMe Detroit ooze sultry guitar driven hooks with a head turning vocal to make the sharpest of hairs stand on end.

Amelia Harrison

Amelia Harrison is a 17 year old singer and guitarist who has played since she was 9 years old. Her first live performance was at Fuse several years ago, and she has since progressed to become a hugely accomplished songwriter and performer.


Receiving comparisons to everyone from The Streets to Arctic Monkeys, Wolverhampton five-piece Citylightz hit you with original songs that deliver huge pop hooks, indie rock rhythms and classic lyrical storytelling.