Mostly cool YouTube videos and with a blast, the iconic French electronic music duet of Duff Punkon Monday. The music group that brought us the Tron soundtrack and kept us up all night at Get to Lucky. But they have left an indelible impact on society that will survive for generations.
Yes, Duff Punk’s music is a legacy in itself, but it’s impossible to think of the band without their gold and silver helmets – quirky, catchy headgear that is as impressive as the band’s voice.
Let’s say goodbye to Duff Punk’s weird helmet by celebrating other faceless, helmet artists.
Legend has it that Joel Thomas Zimmerman earned his stage name after stating an internet chatroom, which he found to be a dead rodent in his computer case. Soon, he was known as the “dead mouse man”, who was eventually ready for Deadmau5. he is nowTo wear an amazing, oversized mouse helmet and embellish his style of progressive house music.
Slightly more friendly than Duff Punk robotic headgear: a large white bucket with a wide, friendly smile. For his first few years on the scene, Marshmello actually did a very good job of concealing his identity and even revealed a misstep to fans. The mystery did not end forever, however: a Forbes interview eventually excluded the masked musician as Christopher Comstock, also known as Dotcom.
Daniel Dumile’s MF Doom personality from the Marvel comic, Dr. May be inspired by doomCompared to Daftari Punk, but this did not make his mask any less iconic. Between the mysterious beauty of mask and doom for wordplay and metaphor, it’s a little surprising that Rolling Stone gave him the “elusive bard of hip-hop.”
Although Guar introduces Daftari Punk for nearly a decade, the heavy metal band takes the idea of masked performance to a climax. However, unlike other groups on this list, Gawar was originally seen as a mock opening act for Death Piggy, performed by costumes by members of the actual punk band. The heavy metal joke group eventually became more popular than the group’s original band, and Gawar captured over-the-top costumes and all.
There is nothing to see here, just a great guitarist who put oneHalloween 4: After watching Michael Myers return to his head. Brian Patrick Carroll’s masked stage personality is easily one of the (and oldest) examples out there. This doesn’t slow him down at all: The artist behind either Buckethead has released over 250 albums, worked with Guns N ‘Roses and is one of the world’s fastest guitar players.
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Honorable Mention: Yoko Taro
He is not a musician, but game developer Yoko Taro is still an artist – and no one knows what he looks like. He is almost as well known for his creepy headaches as forAnd Drakengard Sports. The mask’s deranged smile certainly gives the developer an air of mystery, but he always maintains that he wears it so that fans won’t be disappointed. “
The explanation I often give is, when you find out that the person writing the porn novel is an older gentleman, you lose that enthusiasm, “Yoko told Kotaku in 2018.” I think this is similar in game development, where some people may lose that kind of expectation or excitement towards a game if they know who is really behind it. “