And The Awards Go To… Awards

James Kirkpatrick aka Thesis Sahib, might deserve the title of ‘hardest working man in show business’, because the artist just doesn’t stop. Ever. A visual artist and musician, James volleys his attention and creativity between touring his latest musical release, Warm Computers (released on October 12) and his upcoming art show To The Unseen Future opening at […]

All Women’s Voices: A Radio Western Joint

All Women’s Voices is a Radio Western tradition. What began as a closed circuit station for the students at the University of Western in 1959 has grown to become a regional station for Southwestern Ontario. With an aim to promote alternative music (alternative from commercial stations) Radio Western puts an emphasis on playing  Canadian and local artists. […]

The Captain’s Boil: It’s Still Inside Of Me

LondonFuse was invited to review London’s flagship location of The Captain’s Boil, a “fast seafood” joint on Oxford and Wonderland. I was asked to come and be wined and dined in exchange for a review. First off -- they do not serve wine at The Captain's Boil. They do have beer though, so let's not walk [...]

March 17th – 24th: New electronic music, local art and matinee movies

MUSIC YOU’LL NEVER GET TO HEAVEN Here’s a duo that are taking not only London, Ontario but the world by storm. Their sound is a mix of slow-building electronic music created with tape loops and a beat maker. Add to that the heavenly (and classically trained) voice of singer, Alice Hanson and baby, you got a stew […]

Interview: Life of Leisure’s Mitch Taylor

Mitch Taylor, co-owner of Life of Leisure clothing company in London, Ontario talks about risks and reward. An avid surfer, Taylor has said “Life is like the ocean. It continues to roll in and out regardless of what we do. I’m just out there trying to roll with it.” Fuse visited his new digs in the Old East […]