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Last month, the long-running electronic trio Fujiya & Miyagi put out their new album, Artificial Sweeteners, which included the pulsing, motorik-driven title track. The new video for that song…   Read Story »
Pretty soon the UK band Fujiya & Miyagi will put out their new album, Artificial Sweeteners. So far we've heard tracks that are filled with danceable, krautrock-influenced rock music. The new video…   Read Story »
On their last album, 2011's Ventriloquizzing, the British group Fujiya & Miyagi had settled into a comfortable kraut-pop groove, but now they seem determined to disrupt that. A couple of weeks ago,…   Read Story »
The British trio Fujiya & Miyagi made a name for themselves by figuring out the midpoint between krautrock and Hot Chip-style synthpop and setting up shop there. But the group is getting ready to…   Read Story »
The latest issue of Mojo comes with a CD of various different bands covering songs from New Order's beyond-awesome 1983 New Order album Power, Corruption & Lies, as well as the singles from that era…   Read Story »
This week we've got new videos from Scissor Sisters, Adele, Broken Social Scene, Suckers, and Fujiya & Miyagi. One thing I noticed about this week's top five videos -- they were all directed by…   Read Story »
The band's video for "Sixteen Shades Of Black & Blue," from their upcoming (Progress Reported) album Ventriloquizzing, focused on the distinctive and bizarre face of actor Philip Zimmerman. Their…   Read Story »
This week's clips from Arcade Fire, Rokysopp, Simian Mobile Disco, No Joy, and White Lies show off what's possible when your videos don't have to fit particular television formats and time limits.…   Read Story »
NAME: Fujiya & Miyagi PROGRESS REPORT: Prepping their fourth album, Ventriloquizzing, for release January 2011 via Yep Roc. Fujiya & Miyagi vocalist David Best speaks in a thoughtful,…   Read Story »
Emily Wilder directed this clip for Brooklyn duo Project Jenny, Project Jan's collab cut with whisper-kraut lovers/tourmates Fujiya & Miyagi, from their collab EP The Colours. F&M dominate the…   Read Story »