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Dayglow is a quartet composed of four childhood friends from Bayside Queens. They began playing and writing songs in their garage in 2001 when they were an average age of sixteen. The band slowly gathered enough songs to start booking shows in the New York City area.

In the summer of 2002 the band heard that their local record store (Breakdown Records) had just completed the construction of a recording studio in their basement. They made a cassette recording of a rehearsal and submitted it to the owner. Their self-taught musicianship gave them such an original and melodic sound that they were all offered jobs in the store and complete use of the recording studio.

The band spent the next two years working at the record store. During the day they listened to and studied the great variety of music at their disposal. At the same time they conducted the business of retail by interacting with customers. At night they went into the studio and submersed themselves in writing and rehearsing. To date they have compiled over thirty songs. The time had come to record.

Good friend Nick Rowe (guitarist of Bloodsimple, Warner Bros) CO-produced and engineered over a dozen tracks. Nick has spent time learning the process of recording with legendary producers GGGarth Richardson (Rage Against The Machine) and Bob Ezrin (Pink Floyd-The Wall). The band was now ready for everyone to hear the culmination of years of their work.

Earlier in 2005 the band attended a seminar given by Alanis Morrissette where they gave her an EP and asked her if they can open up for her someday. The moderator of this event was DJ Jonathan Clarke he was also given an EP and featured their song "Congratulations" on NYC radio Q104.3

Dayglow has opened for acts like Life of Agony's Keith Caputo (Epic Records) and Weezer's Mikey Welsh (Geffen Records). Since June 2005 the girls have played over thirty shows at such NYC venues as CBGB's, The Continental, Knitting Factory, Rothko, Sin'e and Arlene's Grocery. Today Dayglow continues to play around the NYC area, their songs are currently being played on a number of independent and college radio stations, they have also played prestigious New York City events like M.E.A.N.Y. Fest , Vicious NYC, and Death Disco.

Based around solid songwriting, Dayglow is an interesting combination of all of their influences, they have an equal appreciation for underground and mainstream music of all genres. Their unique guitar, keyboards, and bass, mixed with a variety of lyrical and vocal styles, give each song an original sound. They are now prepared to take their place amongst the best of female rock bands.