'You want a band that will bring a free-wheeling, jam session sensibility and an unapologetic mastery of the art of moving butts, so score Hyphen-One and Daylow, or at least cop the CD (Ill Regular)...' (Jeff Harvey - Okayplayer) 'This is the closest vibe to the New York underground scene you can find around (NJ)... (Daylow) is keeping hip-hop fresh.' (Pete Martinez - Daily Targum) Dust off your boom boxes, fishbowl platforms, and throw on your best three piece suit. The nostalgic sound of Hyphen One and Daylow cross-pollinates the stylings of hip-hop, funk, soul, reggae and latin music to keep audiences moving. With groove oriented rhythms, infectious melodies, and seductive harmonies; Hyphen One and Daylow stimulate the mind, body and soul. If you can dig it, we'll fill the hole. So get up, get down; move it on all around, front to back, side-to-side, cause we're making you feel all right! Hyphen One & Daylow have everything needed to satisfy the musical cravings of the masses. They're an 8 piece band; including front man eMCee Hyphen One, female vocalist Ruby, full horn section, and percussionist. They have a respectable and surprising resume of national acts, industry affiliations, and have performed at countless venues all over the East Coast. In the summer of 2008, the band released their first independent full-length album Ill Regular mixed by Chris Badami (Crash Romeo, Dillinger Escape Plan) and Scott Hull (Steely Dan, Herbie Hancock, John Mayer, Ziggy Marley). With albums selling like hotcakes on iTunes and CD baby, this group is on the rise - steadily touring, gaining fans, friends, exposure, and industry attention.