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Emilie Autumn

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013
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I can’t fathom the idea that someone out there doesn’t know the wonder that is Emilie Autumn! So today, a brief lesson: A very brief one actually because I’m not very good with the biography type wordy words.

She makes mad and lovely noises with the violin, the harpsichord, the piano, the viola, and her own voice. To see one of her performances you’ll be greeted by the weaving threads of cabaret, classic theater and burlesque as she’s joined by her back-up dancers The Bloody Crumpets. Her style is peppered with the influence of the Victorian era but there is nothing polite or refined about her sound or performance. A few people liken her music to Victorian Industrial and I have to say I like that description a great deal. Above is a photographic sampling of the style of Miss Autumn. A wardrobe to envy and bonk heads over! Visit EmilieAutumn.com for a tour of the ratty lady’s works.