2 Bit Pie

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2 Bit Pie
OriginBeaconsfield, England
Nottingham, England
GenresElectronica, big beat, ambient house
Years active2005-present
LabelsOne Little Indian
Associated actsFluke
MembersMike Bryant
Marli Buck
Jan Burton
Jon Fugler
Robin Goodridge
Andy Gray
Wild Oscar
Dilshani Weerasinghe

2 Bit Pie are an English electronic music group formed in 2005 as a collaboration between Fluke and many other musicians, some of whom had previously worked with Fluke, and others who already had significant experience within the music industry, such as Andy Gray.

The band's first release was "Nobody Never" which was released on 12" Vinyl in 2005. This was followed by a period of inactivity before the announcement via the band's label, One Little Indian, that the band's debut album, 2Pie Island was released on 4 September 2006.[1]

History and line-up[edit]

2 Bit Pie is the direct descendant of Fluke, the group including both of the current Fluke members, Mike Bryant and Jon Fugler. Both Bryant and Fugler have a writing credit each for every song on 2Pie Island with Andy Gray listed as an additional credit on "Fly" and "Nobody Never".[2] Gray had previously worked with Korn and Paul Oakenfold and is a firmly established figure in the music production industry.[3] The group's vocals are provided by Jon Fugler, who was also the vocalist for Fluke, with additional vocals provided by Yukiko Ishii, formerly of Tokyo-based trip hop band She Shell,[4] Dilshani Weerasinghe, of the Royal Opera, Louise Marshall, Margo Buchannon and Marli Buck.[2]




  • "Nobody Never" (2005)
  • "Here I Come" (2006)


  1. ^ One Little Indian Records, 2 Bit Pie (link Archived 26 October 2006 at the Wayback Machine).
  2. ^ a b 2Pie Island 2CD Edition Inlay Sheet, Writing credits.
  3. ^ "High End User Profile: Andy Gray". sonnoxplugins.com. Archived from the original on 7 April 2012. Retrieved 23 October 2011.
  4. ^ "Official Label Site". Archived from the original on 20 March 2007. Retrieved 2007-03-28.

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