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    Mia Doi Todd

    Mia Doi Todd (born June 30, 1975) is an American singer-songwriter.[2] She was described by Dusted Magazine as "one of those artists that seem to function not just as creators in their own right, but as connecting links between other musicians."[3]

    Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Discography 3.1 Studio albums 3.2 Soundtracks 3.3 Remix albums 3.4 EPs 3.5 Singles 3.6 Guest appearances 3.7 Compilation appearances 4 References 5 External links Early life

    Mia Doi Todd was born June 30, 1975 in Los Angeles, California.[2] Her father is sculptor Michael Todd and her mother is retired judge Kathryn Doi Todd.[4][5]


    Todd started City Zen Records and released Zeroone, the follow-up album to Come Out of Your Mine, on the label in 2001.[6]

    She signed a contract with Columbia/SME Records and recorded The Golden State, culling songs from her previous albums. Mitchell Froom helped her produce it, and the album came out in 2002.[7]

    She released the fifth album, Manzanita, on Plug Research in 2005.[8][9] Her debut album, The Ewe and the Eye, originally released in 1997, was reissued later that year.[10]

    Her 2006 compilation album, La Ninja: Amor and Other Dreams of Manzanita, included remixes from Dntel and Flying Lotus.[11] It was followed by her studio album, Gea, in 2008.[12]

    In 2009, she released her first instrumental album, Morning Music, in collaboration with Andres Renteria.[13]

    She returned with the solo album, Cosmic Ocean Ship, in 2011.[14] In 2014, she released Floresta on City Zen Records.[15]

    She is married to Jesse Peterson and has a daughter.[16][17]

    Discography Studio albums The Ewe and the Eye (1997) Come Out of Your Mine (1999) Zeroone (2001) The Golden State (2002) Manzanita (2005) Gea (2008) Morning Music (2009) (with Andres Renteria) Cosmic Ocean Ship (2011) Floresta (2014) Songbook (2016) Soundtracks Music for A Midsummer Night's Dream (2018)[18] Remix albums La Ninja: Amor and Other Dreams of Manzanita (2006) EPs Pink Sun EP (2006) Singles "Dublab Remixes" (2003) "Sleepless Nights" (2008) Guest appearances The Folk Implosion - "Chained to the Moon" from One Part Lullaby (1999) Mission - "Home" (2001) Dntel - "Anywhere Anyone" from Life Is Full of Possibilities (2001) Beachwood Sparks - "Ponce de Leon Blues" from Make the Cowboy Robots Cry (2002) David J - "Good to Be Loved" from Mess Up (2002) Adventure Time - "Sent from Sandy Shores" from Dreams of Water Themes (2003) Saul Williams - "Seaweed" from Saul Williams (2004) Nobody - "You Can Know Her" from And Everything Else... (2005) Thavius Beck - "Down" from Thru (2006) Ammoncontact - "Earth's Children" from With Voices (2006) Savath & Savalas - "Intro" from Golden Pollen (2007) Life on Earth - Look!! There Is Life on Earth! (2007) Dntel - "Rock My Boat" from Dumb Luck (2007) Kraig Grady - Beyond the Windows Perhaps Among the Podcorn (2007) Build an Ark - Love, Pt. 1 (2009) Build an Ark - "Say Yes!" from Love, Pt. 2 (2010) Build an Ark - "The Yes Song" from The Stars Are Singing Too (2011) Turn on the Sunlight - New Day (2013)[19] Compilation appearances "La Vie en Rose" from The Unaccompanied Voice: An A Capella Compilation (2000) "Digital, Version 2.1" from Dublab Presents: Freeways (2001) "Ready or Not" from Loving Takes This Course: A Tribute to the Songs of Kath Bloom (2009) "Night of a Thousand Kisses" from Transmissions from Sinai (2009) "Um Girassol da Cor do Seu Cabelo" and "Canto de Iemanjá" from Red Hot + Rio 2 (2011) "Jardim do Amor" from Red Hot + Bach (2014)[20] "Spring" from Mood Indigo: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2014) References ^ Zeiss, John (March 4, 2008). "Mia Doi Todd - GEA". Prefix.  ^ a b Zeiss, John (February 26, 2008). "Mia Doi Todd: Interview". Prefix.  ^ Kelly, Jennifer (April 30, 2006). "Mia Doi Todd - La Ninja". Dusted Magazine.  ^ Steve Hochman (September 1, 2002). "In a Foreign Land". Los Angeles Times.  ^ "Division Two: Justice Kathryn Doi Todd". Judicial Council of California.  ^ Nickey, Jason (November 11, 2001). "Mia Doi Todd: Zeroone". Pitchfork Media.  ^ Nickey, Jason (September 24, 2002). "Mia Doi Todd: The Golden State". Pitchfork Media.  ^ Raposa, David (March 8, 2005). "Mia Doi Todd: Manzanita". Pitchfork Media.  ^ Whibbs, Chris (March 2005). "Mia Doi Todd - Manzanita". Exclaim!.  ^ Nishimoto, Dan (February 24, 2006). "Mia Doi Todd - The Ewe and the Eye". Prefix.  ^ Whibbs, Chris (May 2006). "Mia Doi Todd - La Ninja: Amor and Other Dreams of Manzanita". Exclaim!.  ^ Whibbs, Chris (April 2008). "Mia Doi Todd - Gea". Exclaim!.  ^ Ranta, Alan (May 26, 2009). "Mia Doi Todd - Morning Music (with Andres Renteria)". Tiny Mix Tapes.  ^ Murray, Noel (May 17, 2011). "Mia Doi Todd: Cosmic Ocean Ship". The A.V. Club.  ^ Sylvester, Daniel (September 17, 2014). "Mia Doi Todd: Floresta". Exclaim!.  ^ "Music & art space headed to Elysian Valley | The Eastsider LA". www.theeastsiderla.com. Retrieved 2016-10-21.  ^ Shimoda, Yuri (September 10, 2014). "Mia Doi Todd". jigsawmagazine.com. Retrieved 2016-10-21.  ^ "'A Midsummer Night's Dream' Soundtrack Announced". filmmusicreporter.com.  ^ "Turn on the Sunlight featuring Mia Doi Todd". dublab.  ^ "Red Hot + Bach Releases June 17th". Red Hot. Archived from the original on 2014-07-14.  External links Official website Mia Doi Todd discography at Discogs Authority control WorldCat Identities BNF: cb14497735j (data) GND: 135320704 ISNI: 0000 0000 5521 1826 LCCN: no2003043549 MusicBrainz: 22212d7d-0816-4564-a7fd-1ec849a03380 VIAF: 46991593

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