Friday, 6 January 2017

Fusebox gets a Circuitbreaker

Fusebox Leeds has decided to take a 'pause' for a few months to refresh and re-design the way that we function in the future. We already have some exciting plans and just need some time to work on these new developments. BUT in order to keep the music alive we are planning CIRCUITBREAKERS, a series of curated pop-up shows across the city, continuing the Fusebox commitment to bring world-class, cutting-edge music to Leeds.

Strobes w/ Cameron Vale (support) + Survival Skills (DJ set)
Saturday February 4th, 2017
Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (in Games Room)
£5 adv / £7 otd

“a scattered assault of slightly math-rock explorations, soaring post-rock guitars, grooving African rhythms and glitchy, pulverising electronics”
Formed of keyboardist Dan Nicholls (who has worked with Squarepusher and Matthew Herbert), drummer Joshua Blackmore (Troyka) and guitar and synth man Matt Calvert (Three Trapped Tigers, Heritage Orchestra) – this band has created, via their debut release Brokespeak, an album that eschews genre and feels free from time-stamps. They are an intensely high-octane group that fire off frantic tempos and intricate complexities, yet they also retain an accessibility through fluid grooves and an engaging sense of melodic intuition

A welcome and long awaited return to Fusebox for Cameron Vale who first played for us on 28th November 2014, when they made and left their mark.
Formed in Leeds in summer 2013, Cameron Vale is made up of members from diverse musical backgrounds. In their music, they combine improvisation, jazz, rock and electronics with original compositions. Expect a high energy blend of polyrhythms, improvisation and riffage.

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