Fuji Kureta is an electronic pop duo; the members are Sahin Kureta (music-programming) and Deniz Ozturk (lyrics-vocals). These two have been making music together since late 2008. They make songs in English and in French. The band’s sound oscillates between soft but strong melodies and very inventive beats.
The band won "2009 best electronica act" award in Miller Music Factory Contest, in Istanbul.
Then in May 2010 they released their first EP called SWEETS on Slovakian netlabel GERGAZ. The song Bonjour was a succes and has been used in an American independent road movie called Small Beautifully Moving Parts.
During 2010, the band played several gigs in Turkey and Germany. Among others, they have opened for Mika and The Raveonettes at Miller Freshtival, Istanbul, and also for Owen Pallett at Salon, Istanbul.
Fuji Kureta released their second 8 track album called See-through in 2011, via Swedish netlabel 23 Seconds. In 2011 summer, they performed 2 live shows at the world famous electronic music festival KaZantip, in Ukraine.
The band have then signed with California - Berlin based label Tiefhaus Records and released Fuji Kureta EP, and a single called Cacti on this label. The video for this song called Cacti has also been put out in June 2013.
A vinyl Canow EP with Fuji Kureta remixes by German electronic music producer Mollono Bass have also been released in 2013, on Acker Records.
The band released another album called ANDREY on Tiefhaus' sister label Nikita Digital in 2014 June.
Since 2009 the band played several gigs in Germany, France, Ukraine, Turkey...
Yetunde EP is the first release of Fuji Kureta on USA based Tree Machine Records.