Noddy was spawned as an 8-bit solo project from Seattle’s eternally-tortured pop prince Jared Mills. Now fully-formed and ready-made for the dance party in a basement near you, with songs that only need to be heard once to get permanently lodged in the heart/brain. Noddy features Mills on vocals/production, Reese Umbaugh on synths, Cynthia Brothers on trumpet/vocals, Dylan Clayton on keys/vocals, and Michael Buchert on vocals/percussion. Giving you equal parts Legend of Zelda and George Michael (with a Voldemort side-eye), Noddy’s live shows drop heavy beats, supple bass lines, and enough sexxx to bring even Republican congressmen to their knees.

Cool Stuff Said About Us:

NODDY!, whom I love, as you damn well know. What can be said that I haven’t said before about this sexy little man band? Nothing, that’s what! And now they’re gathering a following that can only be described as “I’LL FUCKING KILL YOU, I’M THE ORIGINAL FAN, THEY WERE MINE FIRST!” - The Stranger

Noddy’s electric sound turned the space into a club as lead singer Jared Mills jumped down from the stage and literally brought the dance to the crowd. - KEXP

Seattle electronic group Noddy makes pop music that buzzes out of a classic arcade console. It’s heavy but fun, thanks to sinister beats and smooth performances. – Quit Mumbling

Cool People We’ve Played With:

Architecture In Helsinki, Delorean, Diamonds Rings, Metronomy, Lemonade, PS I Love You, New Villager, Brite Futures, Grynch

Cool Places We’ve Played:

(WA) Seattle - Neumos, Seattle Weekly REVERBfest, KEXP Concerts at The Mural, The Crocodile Cafe, The Vera Project, Rock & Roll Marathon

(OR) Portland - Branx (Blow Pony), The Someday Lounge, Red Cap Garage (PDX Queer Music Festival), Mississippi Street Fair

Edited by doublegrr on 18 Oct 2011, 21:37

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