Keith Urban Releases Risque New Music Video

Australian country singer Keith Urban has just released a new music video for his latest single, “Somewhere In My Car,” off of his most recent full-length, Fuse, and it is as NSFW as it gets. Urban tells PEOPLE Magazine that he expects his audience to gain “a quicker heart rate” upon watching the video in […]

Hostage Calm

Hostage Calm Release New Track “Fallen Angel,” Prove That They’re The Coolest Band In Punk

Usually when I introduce someone to Hostage Calm‘s music, I describe their British-invasion-meets-2000s-punk sound as the “punk Beach Boys.” The extensive use of vocal harmonization and 1960s-style songwriting on 2012’s Please Remain Calm showed that the band was truly something special amongst the hundreds of pop-punk bands that sparked up that year. With Die On Stage, Hostage […]


Cage The Elephant’s ‘Melophobia’ Influenced By Modest Mouse

In a recent interview with Fuse, members of Cage The Elephant revealed that they have Modest Mouse to thank for the band’s newest release, Melophobia. After years of touring in support of previous releases Cage The Elephant and Thank You, Happy Birthday, the band feared writing music that “catered to be perceived as artistic, poetic, cool, commercial or anything […]


The Wonder Years Perform “The Bastards, The Vultures, The Wolves” for FUSE

The Wonder Years are still riding high on the success of their new album, The Greatest Generation, and recently they took their promotional efforts to the stage of FUSE for an exclusive performance. In a new video released this morning, which you can view here, The Wonder Years perform “The Bastards, The Vultures, The Wolves” […]


Warped Tour Makes First Band Announcement

This year’s Vans Warped Tour is making its band announcements on Fuse with episodes of Warped Roadies. The first announcement came tonight, with six bands being announced. The six bands? Woe Is Me, I See Stars, Go Radio, The Story So Far, Like Moths To Flames, and Big Chocolate. In addition to these six bands, […]


ACOUSTIC: Taking Back Sunday – “MakeDamnSure”

Alternative rock kings, Taking Back Sunday, have been performing acoustic sets at recent Warped Tour stops. Fuse caught up with Taking Back Sunday singer, Adam Lazzara, and guitarist/singer, John Nolan, as they performed their 2006 hit, “MakeDamnSure”. The song comes off of the quintet’s third album, Louder Now. Check out the acoustic performance after the jump. […]

Bad Religion perform on The Daily Habit

Bad Religion performed their song, “The Day The Earth Stalled,” on The Daily Habit that can be seen below. This song comes from BR’s 2010 release The Downfall Of Man. What do you think of the bands’ performance?

Big Sean performs “My Last” on The Daily Habit

Fuse has been bringing A LOT of great performances to viewers across the world recently and today’s clip doesn’t disappoint. Click below to watch Big Sean perform “My Last” on The Daily Habit. Sean’s album, Finally Famous, is due out this Summer.

Panic! At The Disco on FUSE Top 20

Panic! At The Disco were recently on FUSE’s Top 20 for an interview. They talk about Brendon’s demo cds, how “The Calender” is about the break up, and fan’s questions. Check out what they said below:

Panic! At The Disco on Fuse Noise

Panic! At The Discowas recently featured on FUSE Noise to talk about Vices & Virtues and the new writing style. Check out the video below:

Asking Alexandria perform “Someone, Somewhere” on The Daily Habit

Asking Alexandria appeared on Fuse TV’s The Daily Habit earlier this week and performed their latest single, “Someone Somewhere.” You can view footage of this performance below. Asking Alexandria’s new album, Reckless And Relentless, hits stores April 5.

Parkway Drive perform “Unrest” on The Daily Habit

More footage from Parkway Drive’s recent performance for Fuse’s The Daily Habit has made its way online. You can view a performance of “Unrest” below. Parkway Drive’s latest album, Deep Blue, is available now through Epitaph Records.