SRA Class of 2018: Tom Grennan

If there’s any solo male that broke out in 2017 to watch out for, Tom Grennan is that person. After getting himself noticed by featuring on Chase and Status’ ‘When It All Goes Wrong’, Tom hit higher heights with his own material released, most notably ‘Found What I’ve Been Looking For’, that has over 10… read more

SRA Class of 2018: Superorganism

Superorganism have had a mysterious social presence since their single, ‘Something for your M.I.N.D’ hit the internet in early 2017. At Fuse FM, we love new music and we have kept our eyes closely on Superorganism and are expecting huge things in 2018. The video for ‘Something for your M.I.N.D’ is baffling and intriguing and… read more

SRA Class of 2018: Sam Fender

If there is one word that can describe Sam Fender’s music it would be distinctive. Unlike most other 21 year old artists, his songs do not revolve around the subject of love, instead they discuss topics such as sexual harassment, fake news and government surveillance. It is his powerful and hard hitting lyrics which are… read more

SRA Class of 2018: Raye

Blending a dash of buttery R&B vocals with pop melodies and electronic beats, South London-born RAYE has been a much-needed excitement to the senses. At just 20 years old, the singer has landed third place in BBC Music’s ‘Sound of 2017’ shortlist and at Radio Sonar, our obsession continues to multiply. First making waves across… read more

SRA Class of 2018: Mabel

After the huge success of her heavily addictive track “Finders Keepers”, London-based artist Mabel McVey will definitely be one to watch in 2018. The 21-year-old attracted the attention of the nation this year, spending months in the singles chart with her collaboration alongside East London’s Kojo Funds. Having been born in Malaga, Spain, and raised… read more

SRA Class of 2018: Dave

Despite only emerging on the South London rap scene two years ago, Dave has already gained a reputation as one of the UK’s fastest rising musicians. His age, 19, is deceptive; Dave has been writing bars since age 10 and featured freestyling on underground grime channel Bl@ckbox aged just 16. His early start in rap… read more