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Fujiya & Miyagi

Slight Variations

limited blue lp + download - £22.99 | Buy
cd - £12.99 | Buy
To convey the almost 20-year career of the band is to take a deep dive into all forms of electronic music - from pop to house to disco to acid - along with nods...
Fujiya & Miyagi

Transparent Things (2017 reissue)

clear lp + download - £22.99
this remaster of their classic 2006 record’s adds a heightened crispness to their exploration of 1970s Germany-tinged beats, intoxicating disco and shimme...
Fujiya & Miyagi

fujiya & miyagi (all 3 eps)

extremely limited 3x12" set - only 30 for the uk!! 1 per person… - £32.99
bubbling synths, sprechgesang vocals delivered with the wit of mike skinner, and always backed by rhythms that get you dancing, voluntarily or otherwise.
Fujiya & Miyagi


12" - £9.99
bubbling synths backed by rhythms guaranteed to get you dancing, voluntarily or otherwise.
Lightbulbs (2022 reissue)
  1. Knickerbocker
  2. Uh
  3. Pickpocket
  4. Goosebumps
  5. Rook to Queen’s Pawn Six
  6. Sore Thumb
  7. Dishwasher
  8. Pterodactyls
  9. Pussyfooting
  10. Lightbulbs
  11. Hundreds & Thousands
  12. Je Ne Comprend Pas (Bonus Track)
  13. One Trick Pony (Bonus Track)

Fujiya & Miyagi

Lightbulbs (2022 reissue)

  • limited indies only yellow lp + download

    Released: 21st Jan 2022


Over the last two decades Brighton’s Fujiya & Miyagi have been steadily building a vast body of work that explores 1970’s Germany-tinged beats, whip smart electronica, intoxicating disco, shimmering pop and generally concocting an idiosyncratic blend of dance music that sounds utterly and uniquely their own.

The group have decided to revisit their 2008 record, Lightbulbs, as it had been out of print since its initial release. The follow up to ‘Transparent Things’, the record includes the singles ‘Knickerbocker’, ‘Sore Thumb and ‘UH’. The latter song has steadily increased in popularity due to its use in the first season of ‘Breaking Bad’. The group expanded and remoulded their aesthetic on this release, introducing live drums on some tracks as well as adding an influence of French 70s pop and 90s RnB to the equation. ‘Lightbulbs’ still remains unquestionably Fujiya & Miyagi sounding, tweaking their past aesthetic whilst creating a bridge to where they would travel next. With a plush new re-master, the album sounds crisper and punchier than it did before. It’s a fascinating snapshot of a group in transition as they start to shed their formative influences and travel onwards.