Biography

Terry Poison are true love child of samplers, guitar riffs, analogue synths and apocalyptic beats. Weaving together a dreamy mix of live electronic music with pop influences, lead singer Louise Kahn has been described as a sort of Blondie disco/ amalgam with crazy dance moves supported by Bruno Grife (Production and synth bass), Anna Landesman (SynthGuitar and B-Vox) and Roy Cheled, Roy Brum & Daisy Palmer from Goldfrapp (Electronic Drums).

With their energetic live show, Terry Poison’s been touring the globe, sharing stages with artists such as Justice, Calvin Harris, as well as opening for Depeche Mode, been rocking out festivals; Zigeth, Fusion and Rock en Seine and done various fashion week catwalks & parties in London, Paris, Moscow and LA. Through their Paris based label Ekleroshock (Data and Danger) TP’s been remixed by The Twelves, Don Rimini, Ashton Shuffle and Data. 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. 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’ clocking over 10 million hits worldwide on YouTube. Mashing up fashion, technology and music, Terry Poison’s last single Gorgeous was accompanied with a video clip that peaked into a 360º freeze-shot crowd-sourced by 52 people and their iPhones and the band is currently working on a unique hand-crafted interactive video clip/game that will be released sometimes during 2014.