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Rubbernekkerz

Rubbernekkerz

Rubbernekkerz


Rubbernekkerz deliver an introspective range of alt-pop songs, often with a darkwave influence. These create an emotional mood from a layering of sounds -- both acoustic and synthetic textures blend to create a spacey backdrop for lyrics that are reflective and often melancholy. "33 1/3rd" featured themes of time, youth, and aging; "Tripping in the Dark" includes guilt, deception, and dreamscapes. Rubbernekkerz is the creation of Toronto area musician Mark Harrington Read more on Last.fm
Rubbernekkerz deliver an introspective range of alt-pop songs, often with a darkwave influence. These create an emotional mood from a layering of sounds -- both acoustic and synthetic textures blend to create a spacey backdrop for lyrics that are reflective and often melancholy. "33 1/3rd" featured themes of time, youth, and aging; "Tripping in the Dark" includes guilt, deception, and dreamscapes. Rubbernekkerz is the creation of Toronto area musician Mark Harrington, who is joined by a second guitarist (Clay Phillips of Funhouse) on three tracks, and an occasional extra voice (female vocals by Tija Coules). Harrington released a number of independent solo recordings in the late 80s, and 2 CDs in the 90s: 1993's Capricorn Flakes, and 1999's Trash Icon.

Rubbernekkerz music is different in feel from most of Harrington's previous music, hence the new name. Vocal similarities to Peter Murphy (Bauhuas) , Berlin-era David Bowie, and Tom Verlaine (Television) have been noted in Harrington’s music. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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