Award-Winning Synth, Cyberpunk and Electronic Rock artist CZARINA (styled C Z A R I N A) gives her signature, epic twist and power performance on an iconic and legendary Led Zeppelin original, entitled “The Valkyrie: Immigrant Song.” The Brooklyn-based artist combines retro-futurist synths reminiscent of 80s films such as Tron, Blade Runner, and Flash Gordon. Showcasing progressive modern rock thru giant distorted guitars, heart-thumping drums and the artist’s unmistakable, hyper-dynamic vocal range. A seasoned musician and creative professional inspired by her love for futurist culture, cyberpunk, 80s tech noir, mecha robots, martial arts and Japanese Anime, CZARINA (aka Vero Faye Kitsuné) has created a distinctively compelling, artistic universe that is a true fusion of her unique strengths in both visual and musical artistry. Her eclectic list of musical and visionary influences include Vangelis, John Carpenter, Nine Inch Nails, Massive Attack, TOOL, A Perfect Circle, Bjork, The Black Queen, The Cranberries, David Bowie, Led Zeppelin, Heart, QUEEN, Debbie Harry, Kate Bush, Annie Lennox and Siouxie Sioux. Dabbling with atmospheric synths and lush cinematic tones, CZARINA takes her audience into a smoke-filled, neon-lit dimension, with vivid, picturesque and poignant lyricism, sonic guitars, catchy melodies and powerful vocal hooks which are all signature to her unique soundscape.
PAINTED HOLOGRAMS the critically-acclaimed debut 9-track masterwork LP by CZARINA was released November 11, 2018, landing her several top placements in the year’s Best Artists lists, including the coveted Music Connection Magazine’s Hot 100 Indie Artists. In October 2019, CZARINA released her video game-inspired, bushido cyberpunk chanbara music film, “BLAZE: Dances of the Yokai.” The music film, which she wrote with her creative partner, DeadlyKawaii, and co-directed with Deliris Films (Spain), quickly earned a series of eminent International Film Festival nominations, winning Best Music Video at the New York Film Awards, along with her self-produced title track “Blaze” winning Best Original Song at Indie Short Fest in Los Angeles.