Birdeatsbaby, Unwoman, Victoria & The Vaudevillains$8
$8 in advance | $10 at the door | 21+ with ID
Join the Flock! Catch Birdeatsbaby on their 2017 US tour in support of their 4th studio album “TANTA FURIA,” with special guest Unwoman, and joined by The Uptown’s very own Victoria and the Vaudevillains.
The sound of Brighton/London, UK band, Birdeatsbaby, has changed drastically over the years — starting out in the punk cabaret scene, and now progressing into to a huge stadium rock sound with orchestral layers, bold guitars and intricate arrangements, comparable with other musical oddities such as Muse, Kate Bush, Evanescence and even Marilyn Manson. If other bands try to fit in with musical trends then Birdeatsbaby are sticking out like a bunch of sore thumbs.
Now back with their fourth studio album “TANTA FURIA” (co-produced by Coleman and Fitzgerald), Birdeatsbaby have returned with a soundtrack for the soulful, haunting, riotous celebration of life in all it’s heavenly highs and drowning lows. The album goes deep and hits home in all the most human ways possible, this is a bold, artistic concept record. From the filthy, sexy dirge “Temple” where Mishkin snarls “if my body is a temple, desecrate me”, to the bleak and poignant “Eulogy”, a fitting end to the record “now that I’m grown I just sink like a stone through the comfort of gravity”.
Unwoman is an anachrofuturistic electric cellist/singer-songwriter. With bittersweet waltzes and post-apocalyptic love songs, Unwoman has been a featured favorite at major steampunk, goth, and sci-fi-related events all over North America. She has self-produced seven albums. Unwoman has also performed with Voltaire, Abney Park, Amanda Palmer, Rasputina, Stripmall Architecture, and Vernian Process, among many others. Lots of her music is available for free or very affordable download at unwoman.com
Victoria and the Vaudevillains
Not your ordinary band, Victoria and the Vaudevillains is visually stunning performance art. Fronted by Victoria Victrola, the Vaudevillains’ punk cabaret sound ranges from soft and pretty to clanging, banging piano rock. Dancers and living statues create an atmosphere of a twisted burlesque carnival….with ZOMBIES.