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Fujiya & Miyagi

Release Date: Apr 7, 2017

Transparent Things

Release Date: May 15, 2006
Label: Tirk Recordings


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May 3, 2019

Fujiya & Miyagi Share "Personal Space" Track On BrooklynVegan | 2019 Tour Starts This Month | 'Flashback' LP Out 5/31 On Impossible Objects Of Desire

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April 18, 2019

Fujiya & Miyagi Share "Flashback" Video On Under The Radar | 'Flashback' LP Out 5/31 On Impossible Objects Of Desire

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March 22, 2019

Fujiya & Miyagi Announce New LP, Share Title Track On CoS | Announce 2019 Tour Dates | 'Flashback' LP Out 5/29 On Impossible Objects Of Desire

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March 28, 2018

Fujiya & Miyagi Share "Subliminal Cuts" Track On Brooklyn Vegan

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January 3, 2018

Fujiya & Miyagi Announce U.S. Tour Dates + Share Top 10 Albums Of 2017 On Brooklyn Vegan 'Transparent Things' Reissue Out Now

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September 8, 2017

Fujiya & Miyagi Announce 10 Year 'Transparent Things' Reissue + Bonus Track, Nike Running Track Share New "Collarbone" AKDK Remix Via Brooklyn Vegan Out 11/17 + Announce EU dates

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June 12, 2017

Fujiya & Miyagi Share "Impossible Objects Of Desire" Video On BlackBook

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April 4, 2017

Fujiya & Miyagi Stream 'Self-Titled' LP Via On The 405

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Many musical projects approaching almost two decades of existence begin to shows signs of stagnation or perhaps start to crook their neck as looking over their shoulder becomes a more common stance than focusing on the horizon. However, for the Brighton-based, genre-hopping, Fujiya & Miyagi the opposite can be said as they see in 2017 by wrapping up a unique year-long musical project that represents one of their most adventurous to date.

Two EPs join a third to make up this album, a carefully staged project that sees the group traverse disco, electro, pop, and the now synonymous 1970s Germany-inspired groove they so seamlessly ooze. Whilst the EPs all contain a distinct personality and fluidity of their own, the new dynamically focused position of the tracks as a full album embodies a long-term plan. “From the beginning I have always thought of this as an album rather than three separate records” Singer David Best says.

The now melded album is a vast one stylistically with influences and references that span from Arthur Russell to JG Ballard, yet the undercurrent that connects it all into one universal groove is one of honesty and joy, a surging sense of euphoria and hope that attempts to cut through the foggy world that welcomes its release. “On this album I have tried lyrically to find the positives and not rely on my factory setting of a general contempt for the world around me.” Best says.

The positivity and propulsive energy of the record is not only carried by its natural rhythm, lyrics and sparkling melodies but is also a reaction. “The album is a really strong resistance to societies compulsion to suck the energy out of everything. It’s a really good thing to provide an antidote to all the scary stuff that is going on, even if it’s just for 5 minutes.” Best says, although the album proves to be more than a five-minute distraction and more like a 45min escape.

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Michael Lantz michael@tellallyourfriendspr.com