Bass Cabaret friend, DJ/producer Knowa Lusion just released this funky, bass-y video remix which is a fun highlight of the women’s movement through the decades. Next up: #freethenipple. “Check out my new Remix and Video Remix of the funky, bass’d out Cali crunk Hip Hop track “Lady Justice” by my friends AshEL SeaSunZ and Earth Amplified, presented by Street Ritual.” Free mp3 download: Originally posted on facebook.
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For Memorial Day weekend, I attended the Lightning in a Bottle #LIB music festival along with my beautiful campmates in the Oasis experience area (within the Namaste village). Top Non-Musical Moments #1) On Friday and Sunday, I hosted the Arts Co: Lab, an interactive experiment which encourages collaborative creativity. Along with Audette Sophia of Catalyst Arts, we are hosting similar events monthly throughout the Bay, if you’d like an invite to the next one, drop a line in the comments below. A… Read Post ›
Have you gotten wind of this whangdoodle? The jazz group Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) is absolutely darling with their vintage versions of current pop hits. You’ll have to hear them to understand why we think they’re the cat’s meow! If you’ve ever wondered what Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga or John Legend sounds like wrapped in ragtime or jazz melodies, then YouTube sensation PMJ is a must see! Their songs have surpassed 100 million views and their shows are reminiscent of the coolest speakeasy in town. PMJ… Read Post ›
On Friday, January 30 in San Francisco, Bass Cabaret: Bonnie and Clyde’s Wild Romance, the third-annual Bonnie Parker & Clyde Barrow inspired party produced by Party Girl Pearl, was a good ol’ stampede of fun at 1015 Folsom in San Francisco. This eighth installment of Bass Cabaret featured Laura Low of LowRIDERz plus returning favorite Jillian Ann bumping low-frequency, sexy bass music for an upscale bay area crowd. Performing artists included pole acrobats, burlesque artists, aerialists, stilt walkers, and modern… Read Post ›
On November 22 in San Francisco, Bass Cabaret: the Queen of Pearls’ Mad Tea Party came to life, based on the classic Lewis Carroll novels “Alice in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass.” This interactive show and theme party boasted burlesque acts portraying favorite characters from the novels such as the Cheshire Cat and the Jabberwocky as well as some new ones including the Queen of Spades and the Queen of Pearls herself (played by Party Girl Pearl). This seventh… Read Post ›
Producer and designer “PartyGirl” Pearl has been throwing theme parties for as long as she can remember. The name Pearl was given to her on the playa at Burning Man in 2011 (the same year as the dubstep invasion) and she carried it into the default world when she began taking burlesque classes with Bombshell Betty and Red Hots Burlesque. The “PartyGirl” part was added for irony, as both an attendee and a producer of parties. As a burlesque performer,… Read Post ›
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 12, 2014 — In the wake of October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month, an initiative organized by Bass Cabaret proves that there is such a thing as partying with a purpose. The variety-show-turned-dance party, now in its seventh installment, features burlesque dancers, bass music, and interactive areas at every show, but their November 22 event will do much more than that by encouraging guests to support women’s empowerment initiatives. The tea itself will be free, but… Read Post ›
As we mourn the loss of the 7-year-old Uptown Nightclub in Oakland who is closing its doors later this week, it is important to remember that this could have been prevented. At last night’s farewell Hubba Hubba Revue show, the audience was packed in like sardines in a brilliant show of support by the Bay Area burlesque community. Emcee Jim Sweeney aka Kingfish remarked that if everyone had been showing up in such great numbers all along, the Uptown would… Read Post ›
THIS SATURDAY November 22, San Francisco’s Mighty dance club will be transformed into a Wonderland like you’ve never seen before. One loosely based on Lewis Carroll’s classic novels, Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, but with some notable additions and re- interpretations. The Queen of Pearls’ Mad Tea Party is being held as an un-birthday celebration for Pearl and all those within her Queendom, as well as those of the neighboring Queendoms of the Spades, Clubs, Diamonds, and… Read Post ›
Cabaret is a style of variety entertainment, typically including music, dance, comedy, and short theatrical pieces. It was an immensely popular form of entertainment throughout the 19th century, sometimes featuring circus acts along with the more common musical and dance numbers. You have to understand the way I am, Mein Herr. A tiger is a tiger – not a lamb, Mein Herr. You’ll never turn the vinegar to jam, Mein Herr. So I do, what I do… When I’m through,… Read Post ›