Fujiya & Miyagi - Ventriloquizzing album flac
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|2||Sixteen Shades Of Black & Blue||3:30|
|3||Cat Got Your Tongue||3:55|
Vocals [Additional Vocals] – Becky Stark*
|10||Tinsel & Glitter||4:37|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Yep Roc Records
- Copyright (c) – Yep Roc Records
- Marketed By – Redeye
- Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Management [Licensing/Partnerships] – Ryan Dimock
- Management [Licensing] – Carol Sue Baker
- Management [Publicity] – James Bailey
- Management [Radio] – Jay Lewis
- Management [Tour Publicity] – Courtney Mabeus
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- Matrix / Runout: R02093484 G1 YEP 2236 [SLogo]
|YEP-2236||Fujiya & Miyagi||Ventriloquizzing (CD, Album)||Yep Roc Records||YEP-2236||US||2011|
|FTH096CD||Fujiya & Miyagi||Ventriloquizzing (CD, Album)||Full Time Hobby||FTH096CD||Australia||2011|
|FTH096LP||Fujiya & Miyagi||Ventriloquizzing (LP, Gat)||Full Time Hobby||FTH096LP||2011|
|FTH096CD||Fujiya & Miyagi||Ventriloquizzing (CD, Album)||Full Time Hobby||FTH096CD||UK||2011|
|YEP-2236||Fujiya & Miyagi||Ventriloquizzing (LP, Album, Gat)||Yep Roc Records||YEP-2236||US||2011|
Chilling trailer for Fujiya & Miyagi's forthcoming new album 'Ventriloquizzing', to be released on Full Time Hobby in the UK/Europe 17th Jan and Yep Roc i. .
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Album · 2011 · 12 Songs. Thom Monahan (who has also worked with Devendra Banhart and Vetiver) helps Ventriloquizzing maintain a balance between its shadowy cool and comforting warmth. The title-track opens with Krautrock-inspired rhythms that pulse and flicker like a fluorescent light bulb under David Best’s detached and disarming vocals - where 2008’s Lightbulbs had him singing like he just woke up, 2011 Ventriloquizzing sounds like Monahan set up a microphone under the comforter so Best wouldn’t have to leave the bed while tracking vocals.
Complete your Fujiya & Miyagi collection. Fujiya & Miyagi – Ventriloquizzing. Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop. Style: Krautrock, Synth-pop. Ventriloquizzing (CD, Album).
Fujiya & Miyagi have always been open about their admiration for Krautrock icons Can, but that influence has as much to do with methodology as mere mimicry. Using a literal interpretation of the concept of "art rock," Can famously approached recording much like sculptors, chiseling down extended, amorphous jams into more manageable forms, if not quite linear songs. And while they've enlisted a somewhat surprising choice of producer for Ventriloquizzing- Devendra Banhart/Vetiver compatriot Thom Monahan- the new album does little to upset their pulse-regulated tempos and hushed-voice intimations. As on the preceding Transparent Things and Lighbulbs, consumption and materialism comprise the thematic grist of Ventriloquizzing.
Listen to music from Fujiya & Miyagi like Ankle Injuries, Uh & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Fujiya & Miyagi. A Thom Monahan-produced fourth studio album, Ventriloquizzing, was released on 17 Jan 2011 (Full Time Hobby, UK/EU & Yep Roc, USA).
Ventriloquizzing by Fujiya & Miyagi, released 25 January 2011 1. Fujiya & Miyagi - Ventriloquizzing 2. Fujiya & Miyagi - Sixteen Shades of Black & Blue 3. Fujiya & Miyagi - Cat Got Your Tongue 4. Fujiya & Miyagi - Taiwanese Boots 5. Fujiya & Miyagi - Yoyo 6. Fujiya & Miyagi - Pills 7. Fujiya & Miyagi - OK 8. Fujiya & Miyagi - Minestrone 9. Fujiya & Miyagi - Spilt Milk 10. Fujiya & Miyagi - Tinsel & Glitter 11. Fujiya & Miyagi - Universe. Got it. + add. album.
Ventriloquizzing sees the Brighton group expanded to a quartet, and performing their chill electro-pop with less pep as they step away from the warm reds and yellows of Lightbulbs into a shadowy haze.
Fujiya & Miyagi are a curious hybrid of time and place. Their insistent grooves owe much to the pulsing motorik of 70s Germany – Can and Neu! especially – but their taut white funk and skinny beats jiggle somewhere between 80s New York clubland and early Human League. That’s not to say they’re retro. Ventriloquizzing, their fourth album, finds the quartet in more experimental mode, though they’ve clearly not abandoned their dance aesthetic. Both Cat Got Your Tongue and Yoyo dash along nicely, David Best’s trademark whispered vocals adding a vaguely sinister sense of foreboding. But producer Thom Monahan (Devendra Banhart, Vetiver) also helps coax a new set of textures.