Brian Eno may have created a new musical genre or two in his career. He may have produced some of the greatest albums of Devo, David Bowie, U2, Ultravox and Coldplay And he may have created the Microsoft Sound…. But Brian Eno’s cat is not impressed.
Whether this image is real or Photoshopped, what’s not to like about seeing Jeff Bridges play the king of synths, the Yamaha CS-80? But the image needs a clever caption! And we are too tuckered out to do it!
We think there’s a story behind this sign. Unfortunately, we have no clue what it is. Think you know what’s really going on here? Then Caption This! Image: Digitally Imported
Guess who showed up to rock the house? The Dark Lord of the Sith himself. Think you know what’s really going on here? Then Caption This! Image: Ocado.com
In 1974, horrormeister Brian De Palma released a bizarre rock version of Phantom of the Opera, Phantom of the Paradise. The movie bombed everywhere, except for Winnipeg, Canada. In this epic photo from the film, songwriter Paul Williams (Rainbow Connection, Evergreen, Love Boat Theme) talks with a leather dude in a hawk mask, in front of… Read More Caption This! The Phantom Of The Monster Synth Edition
Think you know what DJ Reed Rothchild’s got cooking? Then Caption This! via Phetish Photos
Think you’re smart? Then come up with a clever caption for this portrait of a kitty with a microKorg synth! via noj @ synthcats
Why do cats love to rest on the most expensive gear in your studio? And why is this cat so bemused? And what’s with the galactic nebulae in the background? Caption This – or consider yourself p-whipped! via SynthCats