Bass Cabaret 2012 ft. Irie Cartel DJs – Event Recap

Dubstep, burlesque, klowns… oh my. Last Saturday — May 26 2012 — Rachman & Amy proudly presented Bass Cabaret: Dubstep? Burlesque? Klowns? Yes!

This one served to stimulate all of our senses… auditory, visual, and tactile alike. It featured music by Irie Cartel (Ritual Dubstep) and live dance performances, plus a sensation station that was both teasing and pleasing.

Who said bass couldn’t be sexy? Guests dressed in casually chic 1920’s and 1930’s prohibition era getups – check the Facebook photos here.

Johnny 5 looking so dapper!

Sensational, seductive performers scorched the stage while tasteful, bass-heavy tunes provided by California’s tightest dubstep crew, ‘Irie Cartel’ (hosts of Ritual Dubstep Thursdays) infiltrated our eardrums.

- Mr. Kitt -

(Irie Cartel / Ritual Dubstep)

- Kara Nova -

(Pole Acrobat)

- New Eccentrics -

(Mythic, Inter-active, Spontaneous)

- Eva D'Luscious -


- Nebakaneza -

(Irie Cartel / Ritual Dubstep)

- Johnny 5 -

(Irie Cartel / Ritual Dubstep)

- Klown Korps -

(Fant-ass-tical Live Experiences)

The Klowns sure put the ass in fantasstical, immersive experiences. San Francisco’s acclaimed red-nosed wielders of wondrous whimsical delights brought their super sexy troupe of Klown Kops — a fearless, saucy fauxlice force — who served up citations for all unwieldy patrons. They put you right into The Sensation Station, a tactile wonderbooth where you serve out your sentence by being tortured with tickles and other more severe sensations.

- Jodi Waseca -

(Fusion Belly Dancer)

- Lameezy 900 -

(Undead DJs / Mexican Greyhound)

"Party Girl" Pearl has arrived in the SF Bay Area, harvested from a virgin oyster where she had been cultured since the early 1910's. She began throwing elaborate costume parties in the 1920's on land, and by the early 2000's had become a part of the emerging electronic dance music scene. Today, Pearl blends these worlds with burlesque and the circus arts and creates immersive experiences for party-goers while supporting causes like women’s empowerment and water conservation.

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