"Art of Noise vs. Blue Man Group"
"Act like none other...they tend not to let little things like reality slow them down!"
"From electro-drums to streaks of LED lights to their electronic jump suits these masters of comedy, music and improv promise to brighten up a winter’s eve. Do not miss this fascinating performance."
-The Valley Voice
"To attempt to explain what AudioBody sounds and looks like in just one sentence is going to be rather difficult.... ...while their albums are a delight to listen to, it’s the live show that really brings the full AudioBody experience."
-Bangor Daily News
"Nothing describes this hilariously funny, hip, cool, cutting edge show!"
-Linda Palmer, Director Seacoast Fringe Festival 2010
AudioBody is not just a band..... AudioBody is the fusion of physical comedy, and technology. Armed with a collection of futuristic instruments brothers, Matt and Jason Tardy, take the stage in an attempt to create the ultimate musical performance, only to find themselves at odds with their own unruly musical inventions.
Sibling rivalry, technological mishaps and outrageous happenings collide on stage to create a show full of relentless comedy, amazing stunts, up-beat music, and even a few accidental moments of pure visual beauty.
Enlisting the energy of an atomic bomb and the creativity of DaVinci himself, brothers Matt and Jason Tardy made their debut under the name AudioBody in 2004 with the album, "Sound. Motion. Theater.”. Music from the album was quickly picked-up by internationally acclaimed film-makers, EepyBird, and featured in two Emmy nominated videos depicting The Extreme Diet Coke and Mentos Experiments.
The burst of popularity was quite unexpected and they scrambled to fill the thousands of CD orders that came in from all over the world. For a period of about 2 months "Sound. Motion. Theater" was the #1 selling album from the largest independent distributor in the country! This was soon followed by countless TV credits including VH1, The Today Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Good Morning America, Inside Edition, MythBusters, and G4TV.
In 2007 AudioBody released their second album called "Do Something Difficult", boasting 15 new songs of their funky techno-rock, including a remix of the ever-popular "You Gotta Tap".
With over 15 years of experience in the performing arts, the members of AudioBody have performed all over the world. Highlights include the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas, the Golden Phoenix Casino in Reno, NV and even The White House in Washington DC three times!