Mia Doi Todd
|Mia Doi Todd|
Mia Doi Todd performing live at the Echoplex on August 22, 2008
|Origin||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Labels||Xmas Records, Communion, Columbia/SME Records, Plug Research, City Zen Records|
|Associated acts||Dntel, José González, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Beachwood Sparks, Nobody, Folk Implosion, Saul Williams, Flying Lotus, Carlos Niño|
Mia Doi Todd (born June 30, 1975) is a singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, California, United States. 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."
In 2009, she released her first instrumental album, Morning Music, in collaboration with Andres Renteria.
She returned with the solo album, Cosmic Ocean Ship, in 2011.
Mia Doi Todd's divorced parents are sculptor Michael Todd and California Second District Court of Appeal Associate Justice Kathryn Doi Todd, who holds the distinction of being the first female Asian American judge in the United States.
- 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)
- "Digging & Planting", Xmas Records (1996)
- "Dublab Presents: Freeways", Emperor Norton (2001)
- "Dublab Remixes", Plug Research (2003)
- "Sleepless Nights", Kindred Spirits (2008)
- Pink Sun EP, Plug Research (2006)
- La Ninja: Amor and Other Dreams of Manzanita, Plug Research (2006)
Compilations & Soundtracks
- The Unaccompanied Voice: An A Capella Compilation, Secretly Canadian (2000)
- Dublab Presents: Freeways, Emperor Norton (2001)
- From The Heart - A Collection of Songs About Love, SYN Songs (2002)
- Loving Takes This Course - A Tribute to the Songs of Kath Bloom, Chapter Music (2009)
- Transmissions from Sinai, Arthur (2009)
- Red Hot + Rio 2 (2011)
- Red Hot + Bach (2014)
- Mood Indigo: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Milan Records (2014)
- The Folk Implosion - "Chained to the Moon" from One Part Lullaby, Interscope (1999)
- Mission - "Home" (2001)
- Dntel - "Anywhere Anyone" from Life Is Full of Possibilities, Plug Research (2001)
- Beachwood Sparks - "Ponce de Leon Blues" from Make the Cowboy Robots Cry, Sub Pop (2002)
- David J - "Good to Be Loved" from Mess Up, Heyday (2002)
- Adventure Time - "Sent from Sandy Shores" from Dreams of Water Themes, Plug Research (2003)
- Saul Williams - "Seaweed" from Saul Williams, Fader (2004)
- Nobody - "You Can Know Her" from And Everything Else..., Plug Research (2005)
- Thavius Beck - "Down" from Thru, Mush Records (2006)
- Ammoncontact - "Earth's Children" from With Voices, Ninja Tune (2006)
- Savath & Savalas - "Intro" from Golden Pollen, Anti- (2007)
- Life on Earth - Look!! There Is Life on Earth!, Subliminal Sounds (2007)
- Dntel - "Rock My Boat" from Dumb Luck, Sub Pop (2007)
- Kraig Grady - Beyond the Windows Perhaps Among the Podcorn, Transparency (2007)
- Build an Ark - Love, Pt. 1, Kindred Spirits (2009)
- Build an Ark - "Say Yes!" from Love, Pt. 2, Kindred Spirits (2010)
- Build an Ark - "The Yes Song" from The Stars Are Singing Too, Disques Corde (2011)
- Turn on the Sunlight - New Day, Disques Corde (2013)
- Zeiss, John (March 4, 2008). "Mia Doi Todd - GEA". Prefix.
- Zeiss, John (February 26, 2008). "Mia Doi Todd: Interview". Prefix.
- Kelly, Jennifer (April 30, 2006). "Mia Doi Todd - La Ninja". Dusted Magazine.
- 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.
- Steve Hochman (September 1, 2002). "In a Foreign Land". Los Angeles Times.
- "Division Two: Justice Kathryn Doi Todd". Judicial Council of California.
- "Red Hot + Bach Releases June 17th". Red Hot.
- "Turn on the Sunlight featuring Mia Doi Todd". dublab.