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SUMMER IS HERE, AUTUMN WILL FOLLOW

…and Match&Fuse have got some shindigs arranged for when the leaves turn orange and yellow (like the colour of my lawn, what a summer!).

In October all roads lead to Tokyo and Marsden (the twinkling gem of East Yorkshire, Marsden that is). Details of our night there will follow shortly, but for starters here’s the news on Japan and more.

The dynamic Match&Fuse Zürich team are stretching their hand out to East Asia with a few shows matching Swiss and Japanese artists, as well links to a tour in Korea and China.

Match&Fuse in Japan 2018

Super Deluxe club, Tokyo
17 October: Art of Solo night with performances by Colin Vallon,  Tobias Preisig (CH) and Eiko Ishibashi (JP).
18 October: Guru Host, Afrirampo (JP) and Schnellertollermeier (CH).

SPinniNG MiLL, Sakai
21 October: Fuchigami to Funato (JP) and Schnellertollermeier (tbc).

Full details of this and the associated tour to follow soon.
Match&Fuse Switzerland

 

Session at The Vortex 
5 October: Dave Morecroft of M&F is bringing together Entropi and Voronoi for a night of engaging sounds at The Vortex in Dalston (UK).

 

12 Points Festival
The Sugar Club, Dublin
5-8 September: Plug for one of our favourite festivals, especially as it includes musicians who’ve played M&F such as Elliot Galvin and Julie Campiche. Full line up.

 

Previous M&F 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.

Voronoi (see video above) and Entropi at the Vortex (UK) in October
12 Points Festival in September (IE)
12 Points Festival in September (IE)
Match&Fuse Picks

Fresh from playing Manchester Jazz Festival last month, Beats & Pieces have got a review for their new album Ten, into the Times (UK) and get 4 stars. They tour in October and also play Marsden Jazz festival (13th).

Susana Santos Silva (PT)

You are going to love this. Have a listen to trumpet player Susana Santos Silva (PT) in a live performance of her album released this year, All The Rivers (audio only).