Image: Shani Silver What’s wrong with this picture? Absolutely friggin’ nothing. Juliette Commagere, of the band Hello Stranger, melts faces and hearts alike, wielding a Moog Liberation as her axe of choice – something that helped establish Commagere as our first Goddess of the Keytar. There’s a whole slew of great Hello Stranger photos at… Read More Juliette Commagere, Keytar Goddess, Melts Faces
New addition to the Synthtopia Flickr Pool – this great shot of keytarist Victoria Asher of Cobra Starship. Should Victoria Asher be recognized as the next Synthtopia Goddess of the Keytar? Leave a comment with your thoughts!
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Rating: … Read More Goddess Of The Keytar 5: Valerie Poxleitner (Lights)
Image: DeenaOodles From a great set of keytar portraits.
Imogen Heap previews her new album, and does a little jumping around with a keytar.
Another fun find via DeadAct – Zlad’s Supersonic Electronic – could be the worst synthpop music video ever, but the keytar goddess may just redeem it. Zladko “Zlad!” Vladcik is a fictional character of the equally fictional nation of Molvanîa.
It’s an unfortunate law of the universe that guys always look stupid playing the keytar. While there are plenty of memorable keytar goddesses, Herbie Hancock is the only guy, ever, to look cool playing the keytar. Here’s Hancock looking pretty badass with a Roland AX-7: Jean Michel Jarre may have come pretty close to looking… Read More Proof That Herbie Hancock Is The Only Guy Ever To Look Cool Playing The Keytar
Joining the awesome Juliette Commagere, Imogen Heap & Lauren Rocket as officially recognized Synthtopia Goddesses of the Keytar is Naomi Jarman of the progressive electronic band Crisium.
Joining keytar goddesses Juliette Commagare and Imogen Heap is Lauren Rocket, of punk girl group Rocket. Rocket describes itself as “a volatile combination that leaves one wondering what the results would be if the Shangri-Las crashed the stage during an early Motley Crue gig.”
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: