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|Origin||Brooklyn, New York, USA|
|Years active||1995–1998 (hiatus)|
|Associated acts||They Might Be Giants, Skeleton Key, Enon, Pretendo|
|Past members||John Flansburgh
The main band consisted of Flansburgh, the vocalist, guitarist, keyboardist, and songwriter; bassist Hal Cragin; and drummer Steve Calhoon of Skeleton Key, Enon and Pretendo. Various guest musicians supplemented the trio, notably Mark Feldman, Yuval Gabay (of Soul Coughing), Ghost Krabb, Mary Birdsong (as "Sugar Puff"), Elina Löwensohn, Flansburgh's wife Robin Goldwasser (as "Sister Puff"), Kate Flannery (as "Lady Puff"), Ammonia D, Trini Lopez, Jay Sherman-Godfrey, Jim O'Connor, Phil Hernandez, Frank London, Eric Schermerhorn, and Mike Viola. Artwork for the band's albums and singles was done by Flansburgh.
Currently, Mono Puff is on hiatus due to the relocation of some of the core members, though Flansburgh has expressed interest in pursuing further recordings.
- John Flansburgh's Mono Puff EP (1995)
- Unsupervised (1996)
- The Devil Went Down To Newport EP (1996)
- The Hal Cragin Years EP (1996)
- The Steve Calhoon Years EP (1996)
- It's Fun to Steal (1998)