Is it too early to declare Imogen Heap the Music Geek Goddess of the Year? Not only did she take home the Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for Ellipse, but she looked fantastic in her slightly mad Twitter Dress. Her sculptural necklace displayed a live Twitter feed via a wireless router, while her… Read More Imogen Heap – Music Geek Goddess Of The Year?
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Saturday Synth Porn: Imogen Heap discusses her live performance setup. She discusses the sensuality and aesthetics of her rig and how that is an important part of both her connecting with the instruments and the audience getting into the music.
OT: Imogen Heap shares her studio secret – furry balls. Sounds a bit naughty, but it isn’t – and she makes it look amazingly fun. One source for these is Furriballs.com.
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Imogen Heap wrote a track recently that was supposed to feature at the end of TV show. She wrote the song and recorded all the vocals, leaving the music for the composer who was writing the rest of the score. For one reason or another the song wasn’t used and so the track never got… Read More Remix Imogen Heap’s The Song That Never Was
We’ve been posting a lot lately – here’s a quick digest of the top posts from the last week, in case you missed them: Eighties Synthpop Reimagined As Trance Music Posted on Monday, December 8th, 2008 in Music Videos – Comments: (12) http://www.vimeo.com/2445345 Emmon’s Secrets & Lies – Both this track and the video have… Read More Popular Posts On Synthtopia From 8th December – 14th December
Imogen Heap previews her new album, and does a little jumping around with a keytar.
Imogen Heap, above, is a Grammy-nominated English singer-songwriter from Essex, best known for her work as part of Frou Frou and for her 2005 solo record Speak for Yourself. She’s also known to show off some keytar & vocoder chops: