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Fujiya & Miyagi
EP1

Fujiya & Miyagi stroll cooly into their sixteenth year of existence as a musical duo with a slick new EP. On ‘Serotonin Rushes’, the vocal scarcely rises above the level of a whisper, even as the underslung synth-pop grows to the level of ecstatic. Sleek club players these guys. 12” on Impossible Objects Of...view item »

Fujiya & Miyagi
Transparent Things

First-time vinyl release of the Brighton band’s third LP, from 2006. There are some obvious Neu! moves here and there, but unlike many Can copyists, these guys were, uh... canny enough to retain the slinky funk aspect Damo and co. delivered. Clever proto-Sleafords lyrics a...view item »

Fujiya & Miyagi
EP2

Second installment of a three part mini EP series, Brighton’s Fujiya & Miyagi take their fusion of electro indie and disco further into the indie side of things, replacing production and synthesisers with a live band approach. Driving 4/4 that reminds you of Gravenhurst’s The Velvet Cell...view item »
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Fujiya & Miyagi
EP3

Alternative electronic band Fujiya & Miyagi wrap up their three-part EP series with (surprise surprise) EP3. Just like EP2, this record can be slotted into the triple gatefold sleeve of EP1, so at last you can complete the set! Three tracks of cheerful pulsing electronic dance floor magic,...view item »
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Fujiya & Miyagi

The concluding record of a year long music project, this release contains three EP’s all pushed together into one big release. Fujiya & Miyagi release this self-titled compilation that is a very modern collection of indie-pop and experimental-pop, with many Hot Chip-esque elements throughout. Available on CD....view item »
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Artificial Sweeteners

Artificial Sweeteners is the fifth album by Brighton-based four-piece Fujiya & Miyagi. The album sees them going back to their electronic roots that made their first two albums by using their old synthesizers and samplers in conjunction with the modern equipment they have become accustomed to. Artif...view item »

Fujiya & Miyagi
Ventriloquizzing

I am a huge fan of Fujiya & Miyagi's breakout compilation, Transparent Things, and though Lightbulbs managed to push the band in a slightly new direction, it lacked the tight songwriting and general groove of its predecessor. Stylistically, this album is less varied than Lightbulbs, lacking that record's softer side, but the new songs simply...view item »