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More cliches than you can shake a stick at

I miss art-rock bands like Art of Noise, Stereolab and Add N to X. Fujiya & Miyagi ruined what could have been a perfectly good atmospheric instrumental album with some of the most ridiculously appalling lyrics ever recorded. Apart from maybe 2 songs, there are some serious infractions of including horrid cliches throughout the album and as choruses no less. If anyone knows these guys, suggest to them that they release an instrumental Ventriloquizzing and then enrol the singer into a creative writing program.


Formed: 1999 in Brighton, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Despite the name, Fujiya & Miyagi are neither Japanese nor a duo. The electronic trio of singer and guitarist David Best, synth player Steve Lewis, and bassist Matt Hainsby are deeply indebted both to vintage '70s Krautrock and the '90s bands that were themselves influenced by the likes of Neu! and Kraftwerk, from Stereolab and Broadcast to Aphex Twin and the Orb. The group started in the coastal city of Brighton, England in 1999, when Best and Lewis first met in a pickup football game. Taking their...
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