7 Dollar Taxi
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7 Dollar Taxi


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Some might say it's a slur to say this harmony-drenched Swiss lot sound like The Wannadies. I Wouldn't, and those people are dicks. The Wannadies were great. As are 7 Dollar Taxi.

James McMahon

"7 Dollar Taxi"

Swiss people make great watches and delicious pudding, but can they pull off rock music?

7 Dollar Taxi proves that they can. Clad in outfits that would make Harry Potter wet, this foursome uses simple melodies to write instantly catchy tunes. With styles that recall European bands like The Beatles and Franz Ferdinand, these guys may be America's next foreign favorite.

Mike (freeindie.com)

- Free Indie


7 Dollar Taxi give you that attenting-grabbing punch. I can see Do The Robot on an advert for a channel 4 program. They are a good band, and have got a really good vibe to them. They are a
skinny indie 4-piece band and are better than most - Artrocker


“7 Dollar Taxi’s music is diverse in mood and instrumentation and it’s appealing worldwide. Somehow they manage to transform their songs into addictive indie anthems that have caught the
attention of radio personalities and journalists from all over the world..."

Tiffany Dimmack (4ZzZ - 102.1fm Brisbane)
- 4ZzZ - 102.1fm


“Perfect band for the summer. I am playing this band to death, if you haven't heard them yet
defiantly check them out”

(Craig Reader, Time FM) - Time FM


Come And Figure It Out - (LP)

1. Do The Robot
2. I Go Yeah
3. Come And Figure It Out
4. Jurassic Heads
5. Loser
6. Mr.Jukebox
7. Kings Of The Universe
8. Adam
9. [It Ain`t time to say] goodbye
10. Radio Monotone
11. Do You Like Me
12. Red Lips (Bonus Track - Japan Only)

Labels: Kurofune (JP) 2008, AWAL (UK) 2008, Bandorama (CH) 2006.



Forming in 2006, 7 Dollar Taxi have played in venues across Switzerland supporting bands such as Babyshambles, The Blood Arm, The Blue Van, Maxïmo Park, Madsen, The Automatic, and many others, as well as playing outside Switzerland, including tour dates in the United Kingdom, Germany and Spain.

The band were also featured in the 'Breaking Band' section in NME, They also have had several posts on the The Hype Machine and have had a huge hit with online bloggers.

The bands single "Do The Robot" was released on Kurofune records in Japan, Bandorama in Switzerland, and is also available in the United Kingdom.

"Do The Robot" was played on various radio and television stations including MTV2, MTV Japan, NME TV, Topshop, Huw Stephens' show on BBC Radio 1, Steve Harris's show on XFM, and Tom Robinson's show on BBC 6 Music.

The DJ Megatron, also completed a electro remix of "Do the Robot" in 2008 which is available worldwide on the music store iTunes.

The band's album Come And Figure It Out was released in 2006 in Switzerland, and in 2008 it was released in Japan and the United Kingdom.

Do The Robot Video



Label Contact:

Antony Meola
Upper 11 Records