The ultra talented husband and wife team of Jay Condiotti and Nadia Fay have been pumping out well crafted, emotionally daring, cutting edge songs and tracks for almost a decade. With placements on TV, film/trailers and commercials, collectively their music has appeared on Pretty Little Liars, Smallville, America's Next Top Model, CSI NY, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, MTV's The Real World, The Bachelor, Entertainment Tonight, Nights in Rodanthe, Marley and Me and commercials for Lowes, Toyota, Buick, Pantene, Samsung, Suzuki, etc., etc., etc. Together they own and operate a small, successful, indie label called NoizyNinja Records.
How did the name "NoizyNinja" come into your lives?
Nadia Fay: "When we were hiking together, I unsuccessfully snuck up on Jay and he called me a noizy ninja. I told him, that's it! NoizyNinja should be your production company name! I thought it was brilliant because musically he is skilled like a ninja, full of surprises and able to move through a diversity of styles with ease. But he's also a musician dude with a full studio of goodies that he built himself. It's really impressive. Rocking out is part of his daily routine. The Z in noizy came later and eventually NoizyNinja also became our record label's name."
How did you come to work together?
Jay Condiotti: "So this songwriter I was working with wanted me to revamp the production on an outdated demo she had. Nadia was singing on the original demo. The songwriter thought about changing the overall sound and hiring a different singer. I lied and said the other singer was out of town. I insisted we have Nadia sing on the new demo because, quite honestly, her voice was really sexy, soulful and beautiful and I had a hunch she'd be hot in person. Yep, I was right. The demo came out great, we loved working together and had incredible chemistry. The rest is history."
What are your plans for the future?
Nadia Fay: "We're really happy with how things are turning out. There is nothing better than watching TV and hearing your song becoming part of pop culture. The fans get so excited when they hear you on their favorite shows. It's really rewarding."