When it comes to rave culture there aren’t many artists out there who are as passionate and dedicated as Enzo Siragusa. Fully immersed in the rave movement which swept Britain in the early ‘90s, the Londoner still holds true many of the aspects of that storied era, weaving them through his ambitious ventures, including FUSE which has long been ranked as one of London’s most revered brands. So, whether he’s DJing, making bass heavy cuts in the studio, steering record labels or hosting sellout events, it’s guaranteed to be fueled by a desire to perpetuate the culture that changed his life.
Enzo’s first rave was at the legendary Sanctuary in Milton Keynes in 1993, where cult raves like Dreamscape and Helter Skelter were held. His experiences there left an indelible impression on him; from the power of the music and the sound systems, to the experience of being connected to a diverse yet unified crowd. This formed the foundation of his ongoing ethos; maintaining an equal balance between 1) music and sound, 2) a strong sense of community and 3) the environment, i.e the club itself. These three core aspects are the pillars of Enzo’s rave philosophy and undoubtedly what have made it so successful.