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Music to Steampunk by

Music to Steampunk By: 11 Acorn Lane

Music to Steampunk By: Katzenjammer

Katzenjammer is an English-speaking band out of Oslo, Norway and they kick some serious ass. I can’t stop listening to this song and dancing around, and I love their eclectic mix of costumes and instruments.

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Music to Steampunk by: The Copperfield Ensemble

“From the depths of the Captain’s Attic, hidden in the Victorian underworld, came a band of artisans, villains and ne’er-do-wells.
Armed with strings, keys, a shovel and a time machine they journeyed to the 21st century.
Collectively, they became known as ~
The Copperfield Ensemble. ‘The CogFathers of Steampunk'”

Visit their website or catch at their next gig: 12th December 2015 – The Steampunk Experience & Yule Ball The Phoenix, Exeter, Devon

Music to Steampunk by: The Synthetic Dream Foundation

Music to Steampunk By: Clockwork Quartet

You gotta love any song with a typewriter as part of the percussion section! It is a melancholy subject but a very good song.

Music to Steampunk By: Ghostfire

Music to Steampunk By: Emperor Norton’s Stationary Marching Band

“Emperor Norton’s Stationary Marching Band combines the rich musical history of the circus and the vagabond peoples of Europe with the raw energy of avant-garde jazz, the burning heat of funk and the irreverence and fun of today’s Vaudeville for a sound that is somehow familiar yet like no other. Label them anyway you like! Call them avant world fusion, call them experimental big band, call them gypsy steamfunk, call them circus noise! They may be tough to sum up, but it’s easy to tell you they’ll show you a good time and they’ll get a crowd dancing!” Read more

You can catch their next show on March 16 at the Steampunk World’s Fair in New Jersey!

Music to Steampunk By: The Mechanisms

By Ivy Alexandria

The Aurora, by Ivy Alexandria

“Ostensibly folk, but folk run over with a steam-powered bus driven by Homer”The Ocelot

“The Mechanisms were created by Dr Carmilla to form her backing band in late 2010. When the doctor decided to concentrate on her solo work, they threw her out of an airlock and struck out on their own. They work mainly from their homeport of Oxford, but since 2012 they’ve also presented several well-received shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

With anything up to nine members playing more instruments than you can count, they re-work traditional songs and weave them into dark stories from possible futures. So far they have told of Snow White’s bloody rebellion against the villainous Old King Cole (“Once Upon a Time (in Space)”, 2012), of the fate of Ulysses, who built a Vault which contains a secret every Olympian in the City is afraid of (“Ulysses Dies at Dawn”, 2013), and of the struggles of the Pendragon Gang to impose order on Fort Galfridian (“High Noon Over Camelot”, 2014).”

For more info visit their website and for music, check out their bandcamp site.