Fujiya & Miyagi
Fujiya & Miyagi are David Best, Steve Lewis and Matt Hainsby. The trio met while warming the subs bench during Sunday league football and discovered a mutual hero-worship of world heavyweight sumo wrestler Kendo Nagasaki (from Wolverhampton and like the boys from F&M, not a Japanese cell in his muscle-bound body), seventies krautrock and early nineties electronica.
Transparent Things has international press and DJ's going nuts for these boys from Brighton. Errol Alkan, James Murphy, Optimo and Andrew Weatherall are among the celebrated artists/DJ's to proclaim their love for these electronic maestros. Fujiya & Miyagi borrow from some of the best: Can (they supported Damo Suzuki three times in 2006), Kraftwerk, Air and even Talking Heads. Track 10, Reeboks In Heaven, is a US exclusive, named for David's grandfather, professor of aerodynamics, golfer, and lover of his trainers. As for Fujiya, it's the name of a record player, and Miyagi, just like you thought, the wise martial arts master from The Karate Kid. Already received to major critical acclaim in the UK, get ready for some major waves this side of the shore.
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