Abney Park is a Steampunk band based out of Seattle, WA. During their stage show they perform a variety of songs off of their nine albums, coupled with a dynamic light show, on stage dancers, and guest musicians.
Crystal Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands
Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands toe a fascinating line, making for either an uncommonly dignified circus sideshow or a melodramatic, gorgeous Eastern European street performance. Think Tori Amos with Tom Waits' sense of humor, or maybe a Tim Burton film with the steampunk quotient maxed.
Frenchy and the Punk
Foot-stompin' danceable bohemian cabaret folk, world, French chanson,`80s punk, dash of vaudeville charm, steampunk flair and pixie spirit!
» Here Come the Mummies
Since their discovery (and without so much as a hot bath) Here Come The Mummies has opened for P-Funk, Al Green, and Cheap Trick; rocked Super Bowl Village 2012; become a regular on The Bob and Tom Show; been invited to play Summer Camp Music Festival 2015, Voodoo Fest 2015, Common Ground 2015, Musikfest, and Summerfest; and made themselves the darlings of sell-out crowds over wide swaths of North America.
Danceable, intelligent, visual, eclectic. Performed for two Cons before. Qiet plays a mixture of gypsy music, rock, funk and jazz.
Described as mostly folk-rock, mostly comedy, except all the stuff that isn't, Tom Smith is Weird Al with more books, JoCo with more jokes, and Carlin with more Cthulhu.
» The Doubleclicks
The Doubleclicks are two sisters with a cello and guitar who sing about the things geeks love. The duo is known for their YouTube videos (with over 2 million views) and for touring game stores and conventions nationwide. Their new album Dimetrodon was fan-funded with an $80,000 Kickstarter project!