Terry Poison

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Terry Poison
Terry Poison shot by Asaf Einy.jpg
Terry Poison shot by Asaf Einy
Background information
Origin Tel Aviv, Israel
Genres Electro rock, pop
Years active 2008 - Present
Labels Phonokol, Ekler'O'Shock
Website Official Site
Members Louise Kahn, Bruno Grife, Anna Landesman.

Terry Poison is an Israeli electro band. It consists of Louise Kahn (lead vocals, guitar), Anna Landesman (synth bass) and Idan 'Bruno' Grife (main producer, computers and synth guitar).

Their Debut album "Terry Poison" was released in Israel of which 3 of the albums tracks made it number 1 on all national radio charts.[citation needed] In 2010 they were selected by Depeche Mode to open for them in Ramat Gan's stadium. Wrote and recorded ‘Little doll’, the theme song for a TV serial "Dolls". Touring through US and Europe they have played at festivals such as SXSW, Sziget, Berlin Pride, Fusion, Rock en Seine.[1][2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gabrielle Swan, "consume at your own pleasure" , " Filler Magazine", February 2010
  2. ^ Frank Green, "CHAPTER 39: MIDDLE EAST" , "Frank 151", August 2011
  3. ^ Mimi Elliott, "Terry Poison Interview: SXSW" , "Spinner Magazine", April 2010

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