SRA Class of 2018: Sigrid

Hands down one of the most exciting up and coming artists in the world right now. After hitting the scene with ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’ a song which has now amassed over 25 million streams on Spotify alone. You know that with numbers like that we have someone special on our hands. She has been… read more

SRA Class of 2018: Ten Tonnes

Featuring driving indie guitar lines, distinctive vocals and engaging lyrics, Ethan Barnett aka Ten Tonnes has managed to stand out from the pack of singer-songwriters. His ‘Born to Lose’ EP released in June harks back to the peak of indie-rock music, and was produced by Hugo White of the Maccabees, receiving praise from taste makers… read more

SRA Class of 2018: Bad Sounds

Bad Sounds are definitely one band coming out the South West destined for big things in 2018. Hailing from Bath, the land of URB, the guys and girl of Bad Sounds are yet to treat us with their debut album, but 2017 saw them release two EPs, firstly ‘PHRESSSH’ before ‘Mixtape One’ in September. However,… read more

SRA Class of 2018: Lewis Capaldi

From singing in pubs at the age of nine to releasing his debut EP, Bloom, in October, 21-year-old Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi has come bounding into the UK music scene. The atmospherically dark but soft piano tacks are perfect for escapism but it’s Capaldi’s dominating voice that takes centre stage on the powerful choruses. While… read more

SRA Class of 2018: Yonaka

Yonaka. Loud, vibrant and punchy. New track ‘Bubblegum’ hits you with the force of an alt pop hurricane. Strong vocals lead their way into heavy riffs and smooth verses break into intense hooks. The fervent thumping of alt rock waves in new EP ‘Heavy’ announces them as firm contenders of the Class of 2018 that… read more

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