Artist info

Genre

Rock, Pop


Sounds like

Pavement, Devo, Ween


band members

Paul Toxic, Craig Toxic, Rob Toxic


Influences

Pavement, Devo, Ween


Bio

Forming in Melbourne, 2001, Look Who’s Toxic have earned a reputation for their raucous, unpredictable, confusing and sometimes beer-drenched shows. Craig and Rob met amongst the chaos and bloodshed of their respective Computer Science course in 1997. A mutual respect of each other's computer programming abilities soon flourished into a respect for each others' music. Craig had been long tinkering with electronic music on his old 486 PC and Rob was a frustrated bedroom guitarist with no single direction. They decided to form a band and the name Look Who's Toxic was quickly chosen, in ode of a 1990 film of the same name. Since 2002 they've released 3 EPs and 1 LP, have appeared on various shows on RRR and PBS, and have played regularly in most of Melbourne’s rock, punk and indie based venues.

Review

10

I can see that i might not be popular in my view that these guys either need to look around at their competition or they just don't care about it. i can say that if i saw these guys playing at my local tavern i could give them a tive for being relativly tight no more. it's far to bland and takes me no where. i might however end up at a mentle assilum very soon if i was forved to liste...

I can see that i might not be popular in my view that these guys either need to look around at their competition or they just don't care about it. i can say that if i saw these guys playing at my local tavern i could give them a tive for being relativly tight no more. it's far to bland and takes me no where. i might however end up at a mentle assilum very soon if i was forved to listen to it more than a few times

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Review

DanStockwell

18 Mar 2008

40

What The? This one is just weird but I like it. The quirky lyrics are supported by an 80’s like beat mixed in with some sounds that sound like Super Mario and a Truck horn. Sounds bad I know but it is surprisingly quite good and whilst it won’t appeal to everyone but for someone who can take music lightly every once in a while, this track definitely has a place in their collection.

What The? This one is just weird but I like it. The quirky lyrics are supported by an 80’s like beat mixed in with some sounds that sound like Super Mario and a Truck horn. Sounds bad I know but it is surprisingly quite good and whilst it won’t appeal to everyone but for someone who can take music lightly every once in a while, this track definitely has a place in their collection.

Review

DanStockwell

18 Mar 2008

50

This track really shows that these guys know how to produce a good rock track and that’s what this is – a very good rock track. The elements are supportive and mold nicely into the others and the vocal work is great. Those lyrics though – well, what can I say? Their fun, their interesting and great.

This track really shows that these guys know how to produce a good rock track and that’s what this is – a very good rock track. The elements are supportive and mold nicely into the others and the vocal work is great. Those lyrics though – well, what can I say? Their fun, their interesting and great.