The Fuse founder lets us into his world.
Big things often have inauspicious beginnings. That's certainly the case with the cult East London party Fuse, which Enzo Siragusa started because he didn't feel like going to bed come Sunday morning. Now in its fifth year, Fuse has become an integral part of Sundays for a certain strain of London clubber. Siragusa and friends have also begun taking on the wider world of dance music, throwing parties in Ibiza and curating a label that's elevated their brand of dubby house music. Siragusa has certainly been on the rise these last few years, but he's no overnight sensation: Fuse is the culmination of more than a decade spent in the rave and behind the decks. Ahead of his set at the inaugural edition of SONUS festival in Croatia, RA's Saoirse Ryan caught up with Siragusa to find out how it all came together and, in the face of a venue switch-up and a new focus on the White Isle, to gauge where Fuse might be headed.