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Rubbernekkerz (Mark Harrington) - JPop.com
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Rubbernekkerz (Mark Harrington)

Rubbernekkerz (Mark Harrington)

Rubbernekkerz (Mark Harrington)


The debut CD from Rubbernekkerz, "33 1/3rd" (Thirty Three and a Third), delivers an introspective range of alt-pop songs that create an emotional mood from a layering of sounds. Acoustic and synthetic textures blend to create a spacey backdrop for lyrics that circle around the reflective and often melancholy themes of time, youth, and aging. 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. Read more on Last.fm
The debut CD from Rubbernekkerz, "33 1/3rd" (Thirty Three and a Third), delivers an introspective range of alt-pop songs that create an emotional mood from a layering of sounds. Acoustic and synthetic textures blend to create a spacey backdrop for lyrics that circle around the reflective and often melancholy themes of time, youth, and aging. 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. 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) and Tom Verlaine (Television) have been noted in Harrington’s music (see reviews, below). Past comparisons to early Bowie led to the inclusion of a cover of David Bowie’s classic Changes on the new CD, with a faster tempo than the original. Tracks being presented to radio include the up-tempo rhythm-section-driven Where You Really Are, the lush acoustic-guitar sweeps of the down-tempo Awfully, and the synth-pop electronica of Never Be The Same Again and Mood Swinger. Now at CDBaby.com and iTunes. www.rubbernekkerz.com Read more on Last.fm.

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