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Fila Brazillia - Discography (1994-2006) Lossless

10-06-2016, 13:55
Funk | Discography | Downtempo | House

Title: Discography
Year Of Release: 1994-2006
Label: Various
Genre: Electronic, trip hop, ambient, house, downtempo
Quality: Flac (tracks+.cue)
Total Time: 16:56:55
Total Size: 5,87 Gb

Fila Brazillia was an electronica collaboration from Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, in North-East England, formed in 1990 by Steve Cobby and David McSherry. They played electronica, ambient, techno, rock, funk and dub, and are often described as downtempo
Their early releases on Pork Recordings (also based in Hull), Old Codes New Chaos, Maim That Tune, Mess, Black Market Gardening, Luck Be a Weirdo Tonight and Power Clown followed. After creating their own music label with Sim Lister, Twentythree Records, they released further albums A Touch of Cloth, Jump Leads, The Life And Times of Phoebus Brumal, Dicks and Retrospective. They also released a DJ mix album for the Azuli Records Another Late Night series, Another Late Night: Fila Brazillia in 2001 and Another Fine Mess: Fila Brazillia in 2002.

Their collaborations include working with Harold Budd and Bill Nelson to release Three White Roses & A Budd (Twentythree Records, 2002). They co-produced the first Twilight Singers LP Twilight as Played by The Twilight Singers with Greg Dulli in 2001. Cobby and McSherry have produced more than 70 remixes for artists including Black Uhuru, Busta Rhymes, DJ Food, Lamb, Radiohead and The Orb. Bill Hicks, the controversial American stand-up comedian, satirist and social critic, "appears" on Fila Brazillia's album Maim That Tune (1996) and the album is dedicated to Hicks.

Their music has made its mark both on small-screen blockbusters (such as CSI and Sex and the City) and cult cinema films such as Dogtown and Z-Boys, Riding Giants and Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos, a 2006 documentary about the New York Cosmos soccer team. One of their better-known songs, A Zed and two L's, appears on Jam, a black comedy sketch show by British satirist Chris Morris. Their song "Here Comes Pissy Willy" from the Power Clown album featured as the theme to the James Whale Show on Talk Radio in the late 1990s.

After releasing their Retrospective album in 2006, Cobby and McSherry quietly ended their longtime partnership. Currently, McSherry is a lecturer in Audio Production at the University of Lincoln.

Cobby went on in late 2006 to form Steel Tiger Records with Sim Lister. Over the course of 2007, the label saw various digital releases by J*S*T*A*R*S (Cobby and Lister), Peacecorps (Cobby and guitarist Rich Arthurs) and by The Cutler (Cobby and ex-head of Pork Recordings David "Porky" Brennand). The first formal album by The Cutler on Steel Tiger Records was released on 7 July 2008, and the most recent "Everything Is Touching Everything Else" (Steel Tiger Records ST016, 10 June 2013) – with vocals by Isobel Helen, Archie Heselwood, Andrew Taylor and Little Glitches – distributed by Kudos Records Ltd.

In 2013 Steve Cobby provided the soundtrack for the Hull 'UK City of Culture 2017' bid film - 'This City Belongs to Everyone', produced by Nova Studios - on 20 November 2013 Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, was announced as the winning City, and so as UK City of Culture 2017.


1994 - Old Codes New Chaos
1995 - Maim That Tune
1996 - Black Market Gardening
1996 - Mess
1997 - Luck Be A Weirdo Tonight
1998 - Power Clown
1999 - A Touch Of Cloth
2002 - Jump Leads
2004 - Dicks
2004 - The Life & Times of Phoebus Brumal

1999 - Brazilification (Remixes 95-99)
2003 - B2
2004 - Another Fine Mess
2006 - Retrospective

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khoo   User offline   11 June 2016 08:17

Huge thanks for these discographies, especially the electronic groups!

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