"Toxic Audio is a 5-member theatrical mixed vocal
band who combine popular and original songs, musical improvisation, and comedic
sound effects in their high energy performances without the use of musical
instruments. The Toxins create their unique sound by combining tight a cappella
harmonies with vocal percussion and voice effects processors. Styles include
contemporary pop, rock-n-roll, jazz, hip-hop, comedy, and improvisational songs.
They've traveled across the country performing their concert show and opening
for the likes of Tony Bennett, Ziggy Marley, The Rippingtons, and The Bobs.
Their self-titled debut CD is a mix of original and cover tunes with unique
twists. They've performed in a variety of venues across the country including
New York, Las Vegas, Boston, Washington D.C. and Colorado as well as appearing
at Walt Disney World."
In the year 2003, Toxic Audio's album, Chemistry was named "Album of the Year"
by the Contemporary Acappella Society of America. The group has made national TV
appearances with Ed McMahon and Wayne Brady, and even got to sing a reggae-style
weather report on ESPN2's morning show "Cold Pizza". Toxic Audio won the 2004
Drama Desk Award for “Unique Theatrical Experience” for their Off-Broadway Show
in New York’s John Houseman Theatre where they continue to electrify audiences
by exploring the boundaries of the human voice.