Steampunk Music Bundle

Steampunk Music Bundle~
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The Steampunk Music Bundle

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The Circus At The End Of The World

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Instrumental Collection Vol. 2

by Escape The Clouds

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A Child’s Bestiary

by Valentine Wolfe

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Once Upon A Time (In Space)

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The Dolls Of New Albion, A Steampunk Opera

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Fairy Tales for the Lost and Wandering

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Out Now: Valentine Wolfe ~ A Child’s Bestiary

Out Now: Valentine Wolfe ~ A Child’s Bestiary

Everyone’s favorite duo of darkness have a new 9 track release out: A Child’s Bestiary
https://valentinewolfe.bandcamp.com/album/a-childs-bestiary

“A Child’s Bestiary: Nine tracks of macabre oddities from the imagination, an exploration of a grotesque menagerie, lurking under the guise of a child’s innocent rhymes.

Enter the Bestiary with A Taxidermist’s Toybox, a track inspired by surreal horror of the television show Hannibal. My Black Hen is a witches scene, our very own version of a Hexensabbat. Wynken Blynken and Nod are here, the beautiful lullaby taking on a tragic and ghostly interpretation, inspired by post-mortem photography. Then Alfred, Lord Tennyson provides the lyrics for our next creature, the mythical Kraken.

Corvidae is a sinister nursery rhyme that inspired the entire creation of this imaginary exhibition. We then return to previous inspiration with Silent Siren, a Hans Christen Andersen tale, familiar to most of you, but much more aligned with the source material. And what would our bestiary be without fairies, especially one that some say enables perception of all these wonders? La Fée Verte, or The Green Fairy, appears with promises of exotic dreams and visions…

The next tale, Peter the Wolf, features a young boy named Peter, his grandfather, and his own animal nature lurking beneath the surface.

And our final beast is the Ouroboros, circling around itself and bringing our collection of songs to a close, with some words from our favorite poet, Edgar Allan Poe.

DJ Panix vs the Battle of the Pyramids, July 21st playlist~

DJ Panix vs the Battle of the Pyramids, July 21st playlist~

The Gipsy Kings: Hotel California
Stuyvesant: Baby Bear
The Herbert Bail Orchestra: Holy Smokes
Jerry Lee Lewis: Break Up
Bart & Baker: Troublesome Trumpet (Murder on the Blue Note)
Lost Patrol: Too Hard, Too Fast
Bourbon Princess: Cliche
The Doors: Alabama Song
Corrosion of Conformity: The Nectar
Rasputina: When I Count…
La-Donnas: Hypnotized
Television: No Glamor for Willi
Waves Under Water: My cup
Derelicts: Boxed In
Buck 65: 463
Mighty Mighty Bosstones: Someday I Suppose
Peculiar Pretzelmen: Money McGillicutty
Yeah Yeah Yeahs: Gold Lion
Toy Dolls: Fat Bob’s Feet
Mevlins: She Waits
Rachel’s: Frida Kahlo
Vidalias: Fakin’ It
Elastica: Annie
Erase Errata: Harvester
Ex Reverie: Second Son
Jonah Gold: Burning Song
Freakouts: Poseurs Blues
Foetus: Dying with My Boots On
Alice Cooper: Love’s a Loaded Gun
Blues Brothers: Sweet Home Chicago
Brian Dewan: The Letter
Mike Watt: Jug-Forted-Man
Coil: Love’s Secret Domain
Valentine Wolfe: You’re Not an Angel
Fugazi: Two Beats Off
Gas Huffer: King of Hubcaps
Warsaw: Novelty
Sonic Youth: Schizophrenia
Phleg Camp: Whole
Ego Plum & the Ebola Music Orchsestra: The Rat King
Feelies: The Good Earth
Chris Kenner: I Like It Like That
Circus Contraption: Ballad of the Coprophage
Pill Brigade: Objectified
Negative Approach: Nothing
Pennywise: Side One
Sex Pistols: Bodies
Bristle: Lake Union Pub
Doris Troy: Just One Look
Man or Astroman: Saucerful of Sucrets
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds: Straight to You
Jackie Opel: Push Wood
The Bad Things: Lincoln
Siouxsie Sioux: Painted Bird
Life in a Blender: Mamarama
Dramarama: Emerald City
Zeptepi: Wreck of the Dandenong
Cult with No Name: Numbers
Zoe Boekbinder: Billie Blue
Zombies: The Way I Feel Inside
Twisted Sister: Burn in Hell
Belly: Low Red Moon
Shades Apart: Tainted Love
Magnetic Fields: Fido, Your Leash is Too Long
Misfits: Die, Die My Darling
The Scarring Party: Anywhere
Campofame: Daughter
Low: Always Fade
Amoree Lovell: Witty Kitty

Sepiachord Playlist for the Week Ending May 29th

Sepiachord Playlist for the Week Ending May 29th

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Tom Waits: World Keeps Turning
Those Darn Accordions: Mothra
Stolen Babies: Awful Fall
Reptile Palace Orchestra: The Reptiloids
Hannah Fury: You Don’t Leave a Trace
Unwoman: What Lips
Magnetic Fields: You Must Be Out of Your Mind
Marco Fernandez: Cannibal Hotel
Bat Country: Knockin’ on my Coffin
Bone Orchard: Frontier, Frontier
Alice Cooper: The Ballad of Jesse Jane
Valentine Wolfe: Disarticulation
Ketchup Soup: The Night
Sex Pistols: Friggin’ in the Riggin’
Escape the Clouds: Warriors without a War
Kepi Ghoulie: Stormy Weather
Billy Bragg: Accident Waiting to Happen
Insomniac Folklore: For Certain Serpent-Servants and Sundry Other Unsavory Characters
Enya: No Holly for Miss Quinn
Iron & Wine: Muddy Hymnal
Black Tape for A Blue Girl: The Perfect Pervert

Steampunk-Music.com’s Steampunk Holiday Music 2014

Steampunk-Music.com’s Steampunk Holiday Music 2014~

Our buddy over at Steampunk-Music.com, Mark Rossmore, has put together a list of Steampunk Holiday Music for 2014, check it out here:

http://steampunk-music.com/article.cfm?a=106

Steampunk Holiday Music 2014

by Mark Rossmore
Steampunk bands turn holiday traditions on their head through their dark and clever songs.
December
17
2014
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So, the holiday season’s trampling over us all like a pack of rabid, horny reindeer on meth. With it starting earlier and earlier every year (next year it’ll probably kick off just as the last 4th of July fireworks fizzle out) that means we’re all getting an extended exposure to that delightful genre of auditorture labeled “Holiday Music”.

I don’t know about you, but I’m sick of hearing the same three songs about these mythical characters named “Santa”, “Frosty” and “Rudolph” every single time I step in a store. Sure, they’re “timeless classics”, which I think is code for safe and innocuous enough that repeated listenings won’t make the listener want to gouge their ears with candy canes. However, having heard them thousands of times since my youth, they’ve gotten a bit old hat. I want something fresh.

Thankfully, there are some steampunk bands out there grabbing the whole idea of holiday music by the throat and giving it a good, sound shake.

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Valentine Wolfe’s “Ring the Bells”
http://www.ValentineWolfe.com
New for 2014! A haunting, chamber metal ode to winter’s darkness.

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Victor Sierra’s “Angels Roll Out the Night”
http://www.VictorSierra.net
New for 2014! The French trio are back with an all-new single in their unique world-industrial style.

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Frenchy and the Punk’s “Halloween for Christmas”
http://www.FrenchyandthePunk.com
Steampunk tends to flip traditional ideas on their heads, and F&tP’s Scott and Samantha do just that with a witty ode to their favorite holiday. Hint: it’s not Christmas!

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Victor Sierra’s “The Xmas Case”
http://www.VictorSierra.net
This noirish, apocalyptic view of the increasingly commerical holiday rings far closer to reality than many people want to admit.  Ever seen those videos of people trampling each other at Walmart on Black Friday? This visceral, visual song could be the soundtrack.

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Valentine Wolfe’s “A Victorian Villain’s Christmas”
http://www.ValentineWolfe.com
This delightful duo are an enjoyable dichotomy, with their ethereal, goth-influenced, keyboard and bass-driven music at odds with their fun-loving personalities. If you had any doubts these two have a grand ol’ time making music together, just watch the video!

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Mr. B’s The Gentleman Rhymer’s “Oh, Santa!”
http://www.GentlemanRhymer.com/
The chap-hop maestro delivers a cautionary tale about leaving out too much booze for Santa.

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The Men That Will Not Be Blamed for Nothing’s EP A Very Steampunk Christmas
https://blamedfornothing.bandcamp.com/album/a-very-steampunk-christmas
Irreverant. Cheeky. Ballsy. TMTWNBBFN’s four track EP kicks Christmas in the head. How can one hate the catchy, crafty “Ebenezer’s Carol” or the Rammstein-esque metal version of “Silent Night”? 

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If you’re on the hunt for steampunk renditions of the classic holiday standards, look no further than the following collections!

Abney Park’s Album Through Your Eyes on Christmas
http://www.AbneyPark.com
The  world-famous steampunk band delivers an album of standards reimagined in their signature world/industrial style. This 2012 full-length offering includes the tracks:

  1. Through Your Eyes On Christmas Eve
  2. O Holy Night
  3. We Three Kings
  4. Jingle Bells
  5. Santa Claus is Coming To Town
  6. Winter Wonderland
  7. Baby, It’s Cold Outside
  8. The Little Drummer Boy
  9. ‘Zat you, Santa Claus?
  10. Twelve Days Of Christmas
  11. Dance of The Sugarplum Fairy

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Deadly Nightshade Botanical Society’s EP Clockwork Carols 
http://www.deadlynightshadebotanicalsociety.com/clockwork-carols.html
This Seattle band has crafted lovely, atmospheric interpretations of classic standards.

  1. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
  2. What Child Is This
  3. Oh Holy Night
  4. Silent Night
  5. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (Instrumental)

 

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Electro Swing Invasion’s Steampunk Christmas
Amazon.com
Danceable. Infectious. Good times ahead!

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A Very Scary Solstice
http://www.cthulhulives.org/solstice/
Is Christmas not complete for you without Cthulhu? For the Lovecraft fans, the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society has twisted the old Chrismas standards in all new, horrifyingly cheeky ways!

 

Author Bio: Mark Rossmore

Mark Rossmore has released three atmospheric albums of steampunk-inspired music as Escape the Clouds. A multimedia artist who enjoys telling dramatic stories, he has self-produced three acclaimed music videos and is a published author of steampunk short fiction, aviation articles, and music-related non-fiction. Learn more about his music, videos, and writing at: http://www.EscapeTheClouds.com .

 

Sepiachord Playlist for the week ending Nov 16~

Sepiachord Playlist for the week ending Nov 16~

Patrick and Eugene: Old Times
Jefferson Death Star: The Biggest Bandage in the World
Ghostfire: The Confession
5 Cent Coffee: One
Defunk: Scatman Crothers – Keep that Coffee Hot (Defunk remix)
Sterilize Stereo: Berzerka Mazurka
UC 64: In the Mood
DeVotchKa: Tragedy
Ennio Morricone: Waiting
HUMANWINE: Epoch
Thomas Dolby: Leipzig
Kokusyoku Sumire: Sakai Ishi Shiawase na Hanayome
Valentine Wolfe: A Thousand Little Deaths
David Bowie: Changes
Destroy Nate Allen: I Wanna Let You Out of the Box
Zaz: La Fee
The Magnificent Seven: The Stand-Up Tragedian
The Flaming Stars: The Last Picture Show
Tom Waits: Strange Weather
A Hawk & A Hacksaw: Our Lady of Vlatva
Walter Sickert & THe ARmy of BRoken TOys:Cheer

DJ Panix vs the Glaciarium, May 6th Playlist~

DJ Panix vs the Glaciarium, May 6th Playlist~

Sex Pistols: Friggin’ in the Riggin’
Soul Asylum: Sexual Healing
Motorhead: Metropolis
Chrome Cranks: Let It Ring
HUMANWINE: Our Devolution is Televised
Government Issue: Hey, Ronnie
Die Kreuzen: Seasons of Winter
Gutfiddle: Tomorrow in the Eye
Life After Life: Doors
Robbie Robertson: Tonight at Noon
Tricky Woo: Anibis
Lady Finger: Dark Horse
el TigeR CoMiCs GRoUP & Joel Hubaut: Vapamou Rire
Scream Hello: Bears Come Out Tonight
Steve Train & His Bad Habits: Down Among the Dead Men
Preachers: Who Do You Love
Birdeatsbaby: The Trouble
Phantom Rockers: Rumble Rock
Lando Buzzanca: L’uomo oggetto
IfIHadaHifi: Black Holes Resonate (in b flat), baby
Unextraordinary Gentlemen: Black Iron Road (2011 version)
Static Thought: Victim of Hate
Alice Donut: ESP
Ted Leo: Under the Hedge
Not Waving But Drowning: Sleep Before I Wake
Corrosion of Conformity: So Much Left Behind
The Cult: Love Trooper
Joy Division: Warsaw
Walter Sickert & THe ARmy of BRoken TOys: Matryoshka Act I
Fez Petting Zoo: Uh Uh
Steady Earnest: Rock Steady
Attrition: A Girl Called Harmony
Nathaniel Johnstone: Baba Yaga
The Figgs: Cherry Blow Pop
Elvis Costello: Accidents Will Happen
MC Lars: Internet Relationships (are not real relationships)
They Might Be Giants: Particle Man
Malfunkshun: With Yo’ Heart (Not Yo’ Hands)
Dead Kennedys: At My Job
Dirtbombs: The Sharpest Claws
Christian Williams: 30 Minutes
The Doors: The Peking King and the New York Queen
Slayer: Epidemic
Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs: I Never had No One
Muleskinner Jones: Mid-Life Misanthropy Blues
Strangers: What a Life
Ex-Voto: Slice of Life
Father Figures: Skateboard/You Suck
Valentine Wolfe: The Darkest Night of Winter
Accustomed to Nothing: Loose Interpretation of the Bomb
Killdozer: Pile Driver!
Social Distortion: Let It Be Me
Luminescent Orchestrii: Di Zun Vet Aruntegeyn
The Posies: Flavor of the Month
Dies Drear: You Taught Me Guitar Once
The Stumps: Think of the Good Time
Black Heart Procession: A Cry for Love
XTC: Senses Working Overtime
Alex Chilton: Free Again
Sinai Beach: Obedience Through Desecration
Rasputina: Rose K.
Alice Cooper: It’s Much Too Late
Dicks: Dicks Hate the Police
Elastica: Line Up
Neko Case: Whip the Blankets
Lou Reed: Here Comes the Bride
EBN: Psychoactive Drugs (Laced Mix)
MIA: Pull Up the People
Voodoo Organist: The End of This World Part 1
Love & Rockets: Kundalini Express
Fastbacks: Telephone Numbers
Android Hero: Settle Down?
The Doubleclicks: The Worst Superpower Ever
Mudhoney: Chain that Door
Atom & His Package: Jenny S
Ray Manzarek: The Purpose of Existence Is?
The Bad Things: Thy Will Be Done
Voivod: Voivod
Muddy Frankenstein: Chocolate
Red Hot Chili Peppers: Nobody Weird Like Me
Philip Glass Ensemble: Hydrogen Jukebox Part 2 From Howl Part 2

Sepiachord Playlist for the Week Ending April 13th~

Sepiachord Playlist for the Week Ending April 13th~

Professor Gall: NOLA
Abney Park: The Derelict
Zeptepi: The Swiftsure
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds: The Ship Song
Gunnelpumpers: Sparkleboat
Tom Slatter: I am Not Your Heart
The Mongrel Jews: My Flask
Harley Poe: Still Here
Moulettes: So It Goes
5 Cent Coffee: The House Trilogy
Frenchy and the Punk: Mulina Mulina
Black Heart Procession: Fingerprints
Walter Sickert & THe ARmy of BRoken TOys: No Room
Ghoultown: Walking Through the Desert (with a crow)
Wanderlust Circus: Scraps and Crumbs
Sweet Hollywaiians: Please
Jaakko Laitinen & Väärä Raha: Kasa Tu Kaa
Benoît Charest: Belleville Rendez-Vous
Victor Sierra: Ecos de Voces Lejanes
Brillig: The Red Coats
Charles von Vitic: I Sell the Dead
Belf’s Rumynski Ork’estr: Mayofus
Voodoo Organist: Sidetracked
Bert & Baker: Last Tango in Clerkenwell
Alluring Strange: Big Black Car
Eli August: Phineas
Valentine Wolfe: A Rose for Remembrance
V is for Villains: Everybody Hates Me
Decemberists: The Perfect Crime #2
HUMANWINE: Rivolta Silenziosa

Sepiachord Playlist for the Week Ending March 30th~

Sepiachord Playlist for the Week Ending March 30th~

The Knotwells: Preacherman
Tom Slatter: Through These Veins
Victor Sierra: Shadows in the Rain
5 Cent Coffee: Gold from Coal
Paulina Cassidy: We Are
Rhubarb Whiskey: Lilacs from Canada
Cherry Poppin’ Daddies: Ding-Dong Daddy of the D-Car Line
Sweet Hollywaiians: 12th St Rag
Morphine: Lisa
Vagabond Opera: Hanumonsoon
Zeptepi: Haul Away Joe
Hail Seizures: Stranger in the House
They Might Be Giants: Purple Toupee
Professor Gall: NOLA
Dinosaur Truckers: Shadow Fallin’ Down My Face
Leon Redbone: The Echoing Green
Jaakko Laitinen & Väärä Raha: Keisari
Wanderlust Circus: On the Sunny Side of the Street
Abney Park: The Wrong Side (off the grid version)
Tarantella: A Chi Sa Dove
Nathaniel Johnstone: Baba Yaga
Ghoultown: Boots of Hell
Harley Poe: That Time of the Month
Dickel Brothers: Ballyhoo Blues
Squirrel Nut Zippers: It Ain’t You
Frenchy and the Punk: Mulina Mulina
Ando Ehlers: Feast of the Fickle Thieves
The Two Man Gentlemen Band: Andy Bean’s Bounce
Harlem James Gang: My Strut is Incredible
Valentine Wolfe: Disarticulation

Sepiachord Playlist for the Week Ending March 2nd~

Sepiachord Playlist for the Week Ending March 2nd~

Molly Lewis: Road Trip
Wanderlust Circus: Why Make Hearts Behave
Harley Poe: Still Here
Ando Ehlers: Feast of the Fickle Thieves
Valentine Wolfe: Morella
Marie MacGillis & the Model Millionaires: I’ll Close My Eyes
Zeptepi: The Fisherman
Sweet Hollywaiians: 12th Street Rag
Sons of Perdition: The Trickster
The Bad Things: Drunkest Little Clown
White Stripes: St James Infirmary Blues
Eliza Rickman: White Words
5 Cent Coffee: Sloe Gin
Golden Robot Army: DLAMWIYAY
Virginia Astley: Waiting to Fall
Voodoo Organist: Here Comes Armageddon!
Jaakko Laitinen & Väärä Raha: Suuren Maailman Suurilla Teilla
Professor Gall: Magnetic Roots
Professor Elemental: Sweet Cold Colation
The Builders and The Butchers: Desert on Fire
Gunnelpumpers: Bolander
Firewater: Tropical Depression
Insomniac Folklore: Useless
Aaron J Shay: The Things We’ll Never Do
The Doubleclicks: Can’t You See the World is Ending?
Harlem James Gang: Shut It Down
Bat Country: For a Good Time, Dig Here
Strangled Darlings: Done Been Showed
Birdeatsbaby: Seventeen
Victor Sierra: En route vers L’Inconnu
Vagabond Opera: Red Balloon
Sterilize Stereo: Give it a Rest