Delta Fuse + TBC
Tuesday, 28 February
7:30PM // £7 // 14+
Delta Fuse have been described as a Cut-Throat, Brothel Blues Rock band from Ireland. Their original music is soaked in Soul and 60’s Blues Psychedelia. With the heavy fuzzy tones crying from their amps and their thick stomping rhythms, Delta Fuse is sure to make you move. Delta Fuse have been making waves and electrifying audiences from stages like:
The Blues, Roots and Brass Festival Whelan’s(Dublin, IE),
The International Rory Gallagher Festival(Donegal, IE),
The Dunfanaghy Jazz and Blues Festival (Donegal, IE),
Sea Sessions (Donegal, IE).
The Empire (Belfast, NI),
The Gasyard Feile (Derry, NI),
The Derry Jazz Festival (Derry, NI),
The Great British Rhythm and Blues Festival (Lancashire, UK),
The Rory Gallagher Festival (Nantwich, UK),
Ain’t Nothin’ But The Blues (London, UK)
The Troubadour (London, UK),
The Soundhouse (Leicester, UK),
The Flying Circus (Newark, UK),
The Fighting Cocks (London, UK),
The Red Lion (Kent, UK),
The Strongroom (London, UK),
Jakubak Festival (Czechia),
Divadlo Pod Carou (Czechia),
Antikotel Festival (Czechia).
The band released their debut album “A Matter Of Love And War” in June 2021. The album received great praise from magazines and radio stations.
Reviews and articles about Delta Fuse have been published from magazines such as Rootstime Magazine (Belgium), Blues In Britain Magazine (UK), Blues Matters Magazine (UK) BluesMagazine (Netherlands), London Penny Magazine (UK), We Bleed Music Media Magazine (UK).
The band have toured extensively through Ireland, England, Scotland and recently Czech Republic.
Delta Fuse are set to release their second studio album “Natural Born World Shaker” which will be out on the 25th of November.
ERB Magazine – “A wonderful mix of Blues, Rock & Roll, Funk and Soul, which is totally encapsulating.”
Rootstime Magazine – “With ‘A Matter of Love and War’, Delta Fuse, goes in search of some fame. What a debut from these young Irishmen!…“
Blues In Britain Magazine – “Strap-line of being a “cut throat, brothel blues” outfit gives a nice allusion to their high energy, no nonsense take on the blues. That said, this is no three-chord thrash band, far from it.”