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Haywood

Men Called Him Mister

Self-Starter Foundation

I have always wondered what became of this band. I had their split seven inch with Mariner Nine on Crank, and liked both bands a lot. Apparently, Haywood have been around since 1992, and have released a few records, this being their second full-length. Looks like I have some holes to fill.

Haywood exist somewhere in the comfortable middle of the nebulous realm of indie rock. It’s a good place for them to be – they have a lot of great company and can hold their own amongst most of them. Sincere, honest, good songs. These are the kind that creep in on repeated listens. Nicely done.

Self Starter Foundation, P.O. Box 1776, Horsham, PA, 19044 , http://www.haywoodnyc.com/


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