Figure 3 is about the fourteen best live performances, the number one is daft punks pyramid. The Pyramid became an icon that represented the band, as the pyramid was outlined with LED panels and impressive lighting, inspired thousands of production technicians to follow suit. Big performances were a big part of glam rock in the 70’s, as bands like KISS had big performance with lots of lighting and pyrotechnics. This source shows that big performances and Glam Rock still exist in today’s culture because there are fourteen different examples present in the article
Seen in Figure 2, Katy Perry has a very bright and colourful dress, it’s also catches the audience’s eyes with a bold statement piece used while performing she wore this stand out like performers used in the 70’s, her outfit is very outrageous. The design is mostly looking the bright blue peacock tail looking back. Everyone will remember her because it’s an extravert design. In the 70’s KISS was well known for their bold statement clothing and bold facial makeup. 70’s glam rock still is a trend in today’s because there are still eye catching costumes and bold statement pieces everyone will know the dress and remember her for it and can relate the costume to her. KISS was like Katy Perry and watched to be noticed not just for the music they provide. This source is a good source because it shows how crazy glam rocks costuming is in today’s music.
In Figure 1, Ruby Rose’s short hair is like the males hair in the movies such as Grease during the 50’s short around the sides and long on the top also known as a buzz cut. She also has a facial tattoo she has a tear drop under her left eye which commonly males get these types of tattoo when they are in jail. She also has a muscular vibe, she doesn’t seemed fussed about having hand cuffs on. She’s not hiding the fact that they are on she’s looks quite proud of them. She’s not smiling she got the attitude of not caring she’s looks like she’ll rebel by having her jail uniform is undone and having her other shirt showing. Not being able to tell if you were a man or woman was a big part of 70’s glam rock, David Bowie his gender was unclear with the way he styled his hair and clothing he wore. This source is a four out of five the reasoning for this is because it shows androgyny well.