Dave Brinkworth & Mark Pritchard
Discography of Harmonic 33:
|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|2||Kaleidoscopic Sounds E.P.||6||2001|
|3||Extraordinary People||8||2002||Alphabet Zoo|
|4||Extraordinary People||14||2002-10-21||Alphabet Zoo|
|5||In The Beat / The Subplot||4||2004|
|6||Music For Film, Television & Radio Volume One||16||2005-02-07||Warp Records|
|7||Music For Film, Television & Radio Volume One||8||2005-02-07||Warp Records|
|8||Back Again / Jungle Mystery||6||2004-11-27||33 Throwdown Recordings|
Harmonic 33 was named after the frequency produced by planets turning on their axes, which it is believed other beings use to navigate the universe - the name betrays the musician's deep interest in outer space and in discovery and science fiction.
This project was launched by Mark Pritchard to explore his love of hip-hop and easy-listening.
Not to be confused with Mark's similar solo project as artist Harmonic 313.