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MP3 Rubberlegs - Leg Warmers Reheated

Rubberlegs is flexibly danceable electronic rock with an experimental edge. Depeche Mode and Fischerspooner come out of the closet and take humor lessons from TELEX and the B-52s. It''s electropop with a different kind of fizz and a zap to the nerves.

19 MP3 Songs
ELECTRONIC: Pop Crossover, POP: New Wave

Described by Outmusic''s Jon Gilbert Leavitt as "the wackiest electronic duo since the Flying Lizards", and by Deian McBryde as "a cross between Devo and the Captain and Tenille" (?!), Rubberlegs like to think of themselves as midwives in the process of birthing waveforms. Though they will always be three musically codependent friends, in many lifetimes of group therapy, Rubberlegs have reinvented themselves as performers. Coming out of the studio at last, thanks to Estrogen (Carol Kassel and Corinne Curcio) and the wonderful Outmusic family, Gordon and Bunny dedicated their first-ever live performance, in October 2002, to their dear departed partner Bob. They were thrilled when "China Too" and "People Who Talk in Elevators" made it into the Top 5 on https://www.tradebit.com''s New Wave chart, and they hope Bob is listening as they bring these and other songs out for people to hear at last.

Rubberlegs now consider themselves spear-carriers for live electronics. With the addition of Anthony on electronic drums, they''ve said "goodbye to backing tracks" and put together a killer live set. No disrespect to Depeche Mode, who are amazing enough to stage their songs any way they like, but every sound you hear at Rubberlegs'' shows will originate directly from their own fingers and voices. You can catch them performing in and around New York City these days. And stay tooned for the release of their upcoming double-A-sided maxi-single, "Boyfriends"...

Fall 2005

Peg - synth/vox
Bun - synth/vox
Ant - edrums


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