Fujiya & Miyagi

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Fujiya & Miyagi
Fujiya & Miyagi March 2017.jpg
Background information
Origin Brighton, England, UK
Genres Electronic music
Years active 2000-present
Labels Impossible Objects of Desire (Worldwide,2016–present)
Yep Roc Records (Worldwide, 2011–present)
Full Time Hobby (UK, Ireland, Japan, Australia, 2008–present)
Deaf Dumb & Blind (US, 2006–2010)
Groenland Records (Europe, 2007–2016)
Tirk Records (UK, 2005–2008)
Massive Advance (UK, 2002–2005)
Website www.fujiya-miyagi.co.uk
Members David Best
Steve Lewis
Ed Chivers
Ben Adamo
Past members Matt Hainsby
Lee Adams

Fujiya & Miyagi are a European group formed in Brighton in 2000. They are currently signed to Impossible Objects of Desire worldwide.


They are self-described as being heavily influenced by German bands such as Can and Neu! as well as the 1990s electronic music artist Aphex Twin. The origins of the band's name come from a character in the film The Karate Kid and the brand of a record player. The first several years after the band's formation were spent in relative obscurity; however, they began to see a drastic spike in popularity between 2003 and 2006 thanks in large part to very favorable reviews from prominent music publications such as NME and Pitchfork Media.

The band were also the subject of an episode of the MTV2 documentary series This is Our Music in 2006. Their song "Uh" was also featured in an episode of Breaking Bad and an episode of British sci-fi series Misfits. "Collarbone" was featured on an episode of the US adaptation of the British teen drama Skins.


Current members
  • David Best - lead vocals, guitars (2000–present)
  • Steve Lewis - synthesisers, beats, programming, backing vocals (2000–present)
  • Ed Chivers - drums (2014–present)
  • Ben Adamo - bass guitar, backing vocals (2015–present)
Former members
  • Matt Hainsby - bass guitar, backing vocals (2005–2014)
  • Lee Adams - drums (2008–2013)


Studio albums[edit]

Remix albums[edit]

  • Remixes (2003)


  1. ^ "Fujiya & Miyagi Turn on Lightbulbs on New Album". Retrieved 2008-06-11. 
  2. ^ "The Official Album Chart for the week ending 13 September 2008". ChartsPlus. Milton Keynes: IQ Ware Ltd (368): 5–8. 

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