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Toast Hawaii (record label)

Toast Hawaii (record label)
Parent company Mute/EMI
Founded 2002
Founder Andy Fletcher
Distributor(s) Mute (in the U.S.)
Genre Electronic
Country of origin UK

Toast Hawaii is a record label founded by Depeche Mode's Andy Fletcher and named after his reported fondness for The sandwich. The label is independent, but its North American releases are distributed by Mute Records.

History

The first signed artist on this label was Client. Client however left the label in October 2006. Although there were many factors, the most accepted one was that Andy Fletcher was touring for the better part of 2005 and 2006, thus making it impossible to manage the band. According to Side-Line Magazine, Toast Hawaii has another band on its roster, but since there has been no news about the status of this band, the label is now close to ceasing activities.

Artists

  • Client 2003-2006
  • Legate X 2004-

See also


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