Man the Torpedoes

Torpedo Boyz is one of Germany's more fun and upbeat exports, committed to bringing a beat, a bass line and the "f" word to dance floors.

April 5, 2007 12:49
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Man the Torpedoes

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Torpedo Boyz is one of Germany's more fun and upbeat exports. Committed to bringing a beat, a bass line and the "f" word to dance floors around the world, the highly stylized duo has just released their first album Headache Music following a series of highly successful pop singles, the first of which "Gimme A Bassline!" hit the German Club Charts top five. The Boyz have also been a hit in the world of advertising with their single "Any Trash Professor Abacus?" having been picked up by Nestle for a Cheerios commercial currently running in England, Ireland, Finland and Australia as well as having provided the soundtrack for a Puma commercial aired on MTV. Torpedo Boyz are coming for two shows in Israel, the first at Jerusalem's Lab on Thursday the 12th, where admission will cost NIS 40; doors open at 11pm when The Apple are set to take the stage in advance of the evening's main event. The Boyz will play Tel Aviv's Levontin 7 the following night at midnight. Admission to this show is NIS 50 unless a discounted ticket, for the smooth price of NIS 40, is secured in advance either by emailing or calling 054-792-5332 or 052-855-9331.

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