Come dress in your finest Steampunk wear and enter the Peacock Terrace on Friday night for an evening of music, light refreshment and dance. Again this year, join DJ Infam0us as he helps set the mood for an evening of entertainment.
Infam0us is a DJ by night, IT Tech by day, and a massive nerd perpetually with a great love of all things music and dance.
A long time Sci-Fi, Anime, and Steampunk Convention DJ hailing from Northwest Arkansas, Infam0us brings the Flavor of variety and flexibility. Infam0us is the founder of GlitchCon, and is a regular performer at Tokyo in Tulsa, A-Kon, and Louisianime. Infam0us specializes in all things Steampunk Fandom. Visit his home.
A-Kon® would like to welcome Unwoman as the opening act for the dance.
Unwoman is an electric cellist-singer-songwriter from San Francisco. 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. In addition to solo work, Unwoman has performed with Abney Park, Voltaire, Amanda Palmer, Rasputina, and Vernian Process.
The second act for the dance is The Nathaniel Johnstone Band.
The Nathaniel Johnstone Band hails from Seattle, WA, lead by multi-instrumentalist Nathaniel Johnstone (violin, viola, banjo, mandolin, and guitar). Their vibrant sound crosses boundaries and borders, resulting in a blend of European, Middle Eastern and South American music with Jazz, Rock, Surf, Folk, Gothic and Steampunk influences. Every song in his repertoire was inspired by and created with a particular dancer/troupe in mind.
Surrounding himself with an ever-changing roster of like-minded souls, Nathaniel creates music for his many friends in the dancing world. The ensemble varies from show to show depending on the scope and location of the event, but always promises a dynamic experience. Nathaniel has also collaborated with a number of other ensembles: Abney Park, Android Lust, Ego Likeness, Jody Ellen, The Ghosts Project, Hellblinki, Jill Tracy’s Malcontent Orchestra, The Last Dance and others.