A new free Kabaret Bastardo gig! Come and revel in the music of our dark gypsy cabaret of glamorous macabre!
We will be playing at the Edinburgh Canal Festival, 21/06, at 3:30pm. There will be much more happening during the festival, so join us early and enjoy!
Details here: http://www.edinburghcanalfestival.org.uk/festival.html
Contact us via the email address firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Thank you SO MUCH for coming out to play last night! We’d a lot of fun, we hope you did too!
Some far out photos that capture the chaos of our Cabaret Voltaire Official gig in black and white beauty, lots of our lovely audience there too.
Thank you soooo much for these photographs Braňo Obžera, from ABO Photography. Our heartfelt THANK YOU!
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Massive thanks to Dragonella for the fabulous stage Make-up yesterday.
Last sunday was like this! A very special THANK YOU to our friend Ugne Pikutyte, who made this video.
Make sure to visit her page: Ugne Pikutyte Photography & Video.
And this one from the festival,
Hello, lovely creatures!
We’re finally bringing our extravaganza out to the open, and we couldn’t be more excited!
Murder tangos, dirty swings, sleazy blues, satirical polkas, macabre masquerades, ominous storytelling, minor seconds and piano clusters. If it’s fun, we do it!
Kabaret Bastardo is an emerging Edinburgh-based Dark Kabaret show. We tell the stories of the inhabitants of Sunshine, our hometown. In the heart of it lies Kabaret Bastardo, the place where rich and poor, fortunate and unfortunate, sinner and saint are equal, and sit, drink and laugh about it.
We’ll be playing at The Three Sisters as part of the Old Town Street Food Festival. It’s an afternoon gig and it’s FREE, so no excuses to miss it!
Hugs and kisses!
Edgar Guerreiro – Vocals, Percussions, Musical Saw;
Katie Craig – Vocals;
Raymond Considine – Piano, Clarinet;
Simon Fokt – Double Bass;
Jamie Sommerville – Guitar;
César Maza – Drums;
Daniel Zmuda – Euphonium, Trombone;
Zbigniew Sroczynski – Saxophone, Clarinet;
Mark Aragão – Trumpet.
Deal with it!
Live (Debut) @ The Three Sisters — Edinburgh 5/05/2014
Tonight you are far where the horny devil dines,
The place is called Sunshine, but the sun – it never shines.
Tonight you are guests of our treacherous dwelling
The red light in front of it only makes it more compelling.
Tonight you’ll be part of the macabre jamboree
You may let your spirit fly and be whoever you want to be…
I’m just an observer, the narrator of these tales,
I am the voice of misery; I’m the echo of its wails.