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Review: Fuse DJs debut at Circo Loco

Enzo Siragusa brings East London to DC10.

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Another Monday in Ibiza, another crazy evening spent at DC10. For any Circo Loco fan the line-up never fails to tempt you back, this week with none other than Seth Troxler closing the Terrace and Damian Lazarus in the Main Room. This Monday however also saw the debut of London boy Enzo Siragusa, who has been causing a commotion every Sunday afternoon with his party Fuse, enough to make the global underground techno scene sit up and take note.

Based in Brick Lane, East London, the Fuse parties have become somewhat of a sensation in the past couple of years, attracting names such as Loco Dice, tINI, Davide Squillace, Matthias Tanzmann and Martinez, playing alongside a strong set of original Fuse residents. In the past Fuse has brought parties over to Ibiza hosting Delano and Ushuaia, and earlier this year saw the launch of the Fuse London record label, taking the brand to the next level.

Although a well known and respected name in the UK, it would be fair to assume his booking at DC10 for Circo Loco was a big deal for Siragusa. Yet he wasn't shy in getting straight down to business, pulling his own ‘Sagamore' out the bag and setting off a rapturous dancefloor. In keeping with the iconic sound of a Sunday at Fuse, the deep pulsating bass which works so well on the booming DC10 sound system, made for a very enthusiastic crowd and the best atmosphere in the Main Room I have seen so far this season. Helped by the fact there was a good number of Fuse faces over for the occasion, but testament to the loyal following he has grown back in London. Fuse resident Seb Zito also played a great warm up set earlier in the day and like Siragusa, was just as comfortable behind the decks as any of the other Circo Loco regulars that night.

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