Pronounced Jocelyn with a long ‘O’, Liquid Love Drops, also known by the moniker Love Jocelyn is a long-time DJ who has produced several popular underground, electronic music events in the San Francisco Bay Area like Get Freaky, Booty Trap, and Club Exotica. This Mills-educated creatress and hustler has also tried her hand in original music production, some of which she intends to exclusively feature at Bass Cabaret: Queen of Pearls’ Mad Tea Party this weekend. While Jocelyn has a… Read Post ›
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Bass Cabaret Interviews Liquid Love Drops a.k.a. Jocelyn [Club Exotica /Serpent’s Lair / Get Freaky / Booty Trap]
#JustShowUp to support local performing arts and burlesque!
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 ›
What to wear to “Queen Pearl’s Mad Tea Party” this Saturday in SF
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 ›
Introducing Bass Cabaret’s “Meet the Cast” Interview Series
Come one, come all! Bass Cabaret would like to introduce our newest digital installment, an exclusive interview series giving you a behind-the-scenes peek at the inner workings of your favorite bass music costume party and the people you have watched grace the Bass Cabaret stage over the past few years. It’s time to shed new light on your favorite DJs, dancers, visual artists, vendors, and more. Within this ongoing series, we will catch up with past and future performers and… Read Post ›