Timo Ellis

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Timo Ellis
Birth nameTimothy K. Ellis
GenresRock, electronic, soundtrack, punk, metal, avant garde, pop, singer songwriter
Instrument(s)Guitar, bass, drums, keyboard, synthesizer, ukulele, voice
Website Official website
Netherlands band

Timothy Kneeland "Timo" Ellis is a multi-instrumentalist and record producer from New York City, and is frontman vocalist for the band Netherlands. [1] [2]


In 1997 Ellis and Sean Lennon joined Cibo Matto. As a quartet (Yuka Honda, Miho Hatori, Ellis, Lennon) Cibo Matto released an EP, Super Relax (1997) and their second album Stereo ★ Type A (1999). In 2001, Ellis released his first solo EP, The Enchanted Forest of Timo Ellis.

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