Kebu Live…yes, he chooses to look like that.
BTW, I have an iPad and every damn music app on it. The iMS20, iPolySix and Animoog are frankly state-of-the art as far as iPad instruments go whether or not you like the constant, heard-it-all-before music that is made with them. It's always new to someone and so it lights their fire - good on 'em, I say. Anything that makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand up is good.
I still reckon ReBirth on the iPad is a killer. Two people can even play it simultaneously.
Check out the Sonic Touch weekly video reviews for the latest iPad wizardy, even if you're not a fan of the iPad. There are apps coming out now for tablets that simply have no peers - they really look to be the start of new music making paradigms.
FYI, I make electronic music like Kebu in the video clip above using analogue synths, soft synths and a modular. I use Logic Pro to record/mix. I tried using the iPad to sequence with (in an Alesis iDock) but for some reason I just didn't like it. Ditto for those apps that Johnny and Skerrick got all excited about.