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Fila Brazillia


Hull-based duo Fila Brazillia may be the most widely used and acclaimed from the mentioned Pork Recordings steady. Created in 1990 by suppliers Steve Cobby and Dave McSherry, Fila adopted Cobby’s association with Ashley & Jackson, a reasonably effective pop/dance group authorized to Big Existence! that went stomach up because the label started demanding increasingly more pop and much less dance. Time for his indigenous Hull from Manchester, Cobby fulfilled DJ/dabbler Dave Pork, and both forged an innovative alliance. Starting up with McSherry to create Fila, the group’s first 12″, “The Mermaid,” premiered that same 12 months on Pork’s fledgling imprint (created, actually, designed for the event), gaining quick acclaim among DJs and headphonauts as well because of its innovative fusion of funk, dub, home, hip-hop, and acidity jazz. The group adopted their debut solitary having a string of full-length produces (Old Rules, New Chaos, Maim That Melody, and Black Marketplace Gardening included in this), that have been instrumental in building Pork’s status among the most constant and respectable of England’s huge sea of underground breakbeat/trip-hop brands. Later produces integrated components of pop and drum’n’bass on several songs. Fila’s rep also translated right into a amount of acclaimed remixes, including Lamb’s “Natural cotton Wool,” the Orb’s “Toxygene,” and DJ Food’s “Independence” (over twelve of which had been featured around the 2000 collection Brazilification). Through the fresh millennium, the duo released the blend album Another NIGHT TIME in 2001 as well as the studio room effort Jump Prospects early the next year. After 2 yrs of documenting inactivity, in 2004 the duo released a set of creation albums (THE LIFE SPAN and Occasions of Phoebus Brumal and Dicks), plus another blend album (Another Good Mess). Furthermore to Fila, Cobby can be the member of various other Pork stable works such as for example Solid Doctor (his single guise) and Heights of Abraham, both which possess released several full-length recordings.

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Full Name Fila Brazillia
Music Songs A Zed and Two L's, Harmonicas Are Shite, At Home in Space, Soft Music Under Stars, Airlock Homes, Brazilification, Subtle Body, Heat Death of the Universe, Apehorn Concerto, The Bugs Will Bite, Throwing Down a Shape, Leonids, 6ft Wasp, Motown Coppers, The New Cannonball, Pollo De Palo, Here Comes Pissy Willy, Nature Boy, Dave Yang & Steve Yin De-Swish T' Swish, Extract of Pineal Gland, Fila Funk, Bumpkin Riots, Mother Nature's Spies, Snake Ranger, President Chimp Toe, Little Dipper, Spill the Beans, Firelanes, The Speewah, Old Codes, Bumblehaun, Rustic Bellyflop
Albums Old Codes New Chaos, Maim That Tune, Power Clown, Luck Be a Weirdo Tonight, Black Market Gardening, Brazilification Remixes 95-99, Another Late Night: Fila Brazillia, Jump Leads, A Touch of Cloth, The Life and Times of Phoebus Brumal, Dicks, Mess

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Alternative Grind 2008 Documentary short performer: "Rustic Bellyflop" / writer: "Rustic Bellyflop"
My Kid Could Paint That 2007 Documentary performer: "A Zed and Two L's"
Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos 2006 Documentary performer: "President Chimp Toe"
Le conseguenze dell'amore 2004 performer: "Subtle Body"
Riding Giants 2004 Documentary performer: "DP's R Us", "Rustic Belly Flop", "July 23" / writer: "DP's R Us", "Rustic Belly Flop", "July 23" - as Steven John Cobby and David James McSherry
Sex and the City 2003 TV Series performer - 1 episode
CSI: Miami 2002 TV Series performer: "The Cubist News", "Lullaby Berkowitz" / writer: "The Cubist News", "Lullaby Berkowitz"
Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX 2001 Video Game performer: "The Bugs Will Bite"
Dogtown and Z-Boys 2001 Documentary performer: "Harmonica's are Shite"
Jam 2000 TV Series "A Zed And Two L's"



La Madre 2012 Short
Found on Everest 2001 Video documentary
The 70s: The Decade That Changed Television 2000 TV Movie documentary

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