Hostess Entertainment

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Hostess Entertainment Unlimited
Founded 2000
Founder Andrew Lazonby[1]
Distributor(s) Sony Music Distribution[2]
Warner Music Group (Asia)[3][4]
Genre Alternative, pop, and rock
Country of origin Japan
Location Nakameguro, Meguro, Tokyo
Official website http://hostess.co.jp/

Hostess Incorporated (ホステス株式会社 Hosutesu Kabushiki Gaisha?), DBA Hostess Entertainment (ホステス・エンタテインメント Hosutesu Entateinmento?) Unlimited, is a Japanese independent music company, representing some of the biggest and most well-respected Western alternative artists and labels in Japan, such as the Beggars Group (4AD/XL/Matador), Domino Records, V2 Records, Brassland and PIAS UK Distribution. Artists signed to Hostess include Adele, Radiohead, Arctic Monkeys, Mogwai, Theme Park, The xx, Bon Iver and Vampire Weekend.

About the company[edit]

It was founded in 2000 by Andrew "Plug" Lazonby, an alumnus of Royal College of Music.[1]

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