drum & bass producer James Pullen



Mistabishi (aka James Pullen) is a British electronic music producer, composer, and singer-songwriter.

He gained recognition in the international dance music scene with his first studio album, Drop. He is also known for using unconventional sounds, such as the noise of a Mitsubishi windscreen wiper in "Wipe Your Tears", and the sound of a printer in "Printer Jam", to create an original, experimental sound to his music. The track "No Matter What" quotes the vocal line from Joni Mitchell's Paprika Plains and directly samples the end of the recording of that song (which includes Jaco Pastorius on bass). He is currently believed to be in the employ of the Korg corporation as a researcher and developer.[citation needed]

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