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Beer7
Beer 7
Origin Be'er Sheva, Israel
Genres Ska punk, Punk rock
2002-present
Labels Ra records
Indy
Website www.myspace.com/beer7
Members Dafna Arad
Guy Drory
Raz Lahav
Dudu Rozen
Michael Lupu
Raz Lahav

Beer7 (Hebrew: 7?) is a Ska punk band from Be'er Sheva, Israel. The name is a shortened version of the city's name - Sheva is Hebrew for seven. The band was formed in 2001, and recorded its first album in 2003. The album Skandal was distributed by an indie label named "Ra records". It was sold out and later uploaded online.

Beer7 performs all over Israel, in punk festivals, clubs and pubs. They performed with Israeli bands Useless ID, Sartan HaShad, Kuku Bloff veHayetushim, Beat 69, and the Australian band Yidcore.

Beer7's music video for the Operation Ivy tribute The Radio's Not a Friend reached 1st place on the Israeli music video channel, Music 24.

The band's currently recording their second album, "Birat Ha'Negev".[1]

Line-up

Former members

Beer7 in the Israeli punk scene

There were few women on stage in Israeli punk rock shows before Beer7's Dafna Arad. This started a whole girl scene that includes bands like Va'adat Kishut, Phoney Pony, and CUBAN B, all girl-fronted.

Discography

Skandal (2003) [2]

No. Title Length
1. "Beer sheva ( )" 02:48
2. " " 01:43
3. "Sameach ()" 02:18
4. "Dany roop ( )" 01:58
5. "Moak (?)" 01:58
6. "sk8 is gr8" 02:47
7. "spike gar be neot lon ( )" 03:12
8. "Radio lo chaver ( )" 02:08
9. "betula from sdom ( )" 02:12

No Space (2010)[3]

No. Title Length
1. "7 beer bottles ( )" 01:57
2. "A pig in answer (? )" 02:24
3. "anti shanti (? ?)" 02:08
4. "chicks for a NIS ( ?)" 02:02
5. "Antennas ()" 02:26
6. "My mom killed the punk ( ? )" 03:13
7. "en mc" 02:38
8. "Emo Kid ( ?)" 02:58
9. "sk8-is-gr8-ii" 02:18
10. "sars ("?)" 02:51
11. "hummus ()" 01:24
12. "ghosts ( )" 02:39
13. "rinat (?)" 01:45

References

  1. ^ Tamar Sukenik (19 March 2007). [No stopping for breath leading up to the playlist meeting]. Haaretz (in Hebrew). Retrieved 2014. 
  2. ^ "Beer 7 - Skandal". Giora's FTP. 7 May 2010. Retrieved 2014. 
  3. ^ Beer7 (6 January 2010). "no space". Retrieved 2014. 

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