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Match&Fuse is planning its events for the start of 2019, as opposed to the usual autumnal editions. Locations will be in cities in at least three countries (probably) and the festivals will be a combined effort between the partners currently based in Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Switzerland and the UK.

We may also be doing a night in Yorkshire.


In the meantime we’ll keep posting news about the musicians and music that make Match&Fuse what it is. There’s a lot of fierce stuff on its way. Believe. UK artists like Sons of Kemet, World Service Project and Leafcutter John have new albums on the horizon as do Me & Mobi (CH), Joanna Duda (PL) and Zoë McPherson (BE) – see video link.


Radio: Have a listen to the Best of 2017 Match&Fuse mix for Worldwide FM.



Previous Festivals


Zurich: 29 / 30 September 2017
The debut of Match&Fuse Zurich was on 29 / 30 September at the renowned Swiss venues of Moods, EXIL and Laborbar and was a complete blast.

Full line up of 15 acts from 9 countries and details.


Dublin: 16 September 2017
This was a Match&Fuse first featuring musicians from different countries creating new ensembles and music over 3 days before performing the work in Dublin and Zurich. Artists included Hilde Marie Holsen (NO).

Full details.

See photos of London 2016

Me & Mobi

Zoë McPherson: String Figures

Match&Fuse Ensemble play Zürich
Match&Fuse Picks

Leafcutter John (UK) has been beavering away on new material. This Yorkshire lad will be sharing his sonic interactions at a gig at Colston Hall in Bristol on 30 March.

De Beren Gieren’s new album

Match&Fuse loved the new album from the trio, De Beren Gieren (BE). ‘Dug Out Skyscrapers’ is out on the Sdban Ultra label now.