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Fujiya & Miyagi – “Artificial Sweeteners” Video (Stereogum Premiere)

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 features the group in a strange science-lab scenario working with candy and a disembodied head. Stylistically it’s pretty far removed from the group’s last video for [...]
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