Gabrielle in Wonderland: Steampunk Music Roots Vol. 3, Eastern Flavor

Little Egypt

It’s time for Radio Riel’s steam­punk-fla­vored show “Gabrielle in Won­der­land”! Tune in this after­noon on either Radio Riel’s Main stream or to Radio Riel Steam­punk  from 12:30pm — 2:00pm North Amer­i­can Pacif­ic Time to lis­ten.

This mon­th’s pro­gram is the third in a series called “Steam­punk Music Roots”. After explor­ing old skool Goth and Indus­tri­al and then Cabaret over the last sev­er­al months, today we delve into music of East­ern Europe and the Mid­dle East. This East­ern fla­vor of music has been embraced by fans of steam­punk and has def­i­nite­ly influ­enced artists that iden­ti­fy them­selves as steam­punk.

Upon reflec­tion, I asked myself why this was the case. How and why did this East­ern Fla­vor become a part of “steam­punk music”? Today I will share with you the thoughts and the­o­ries on this ques­tion from the won­der­ful folks of the Music for Steam­punks com­mu­ni­ty on Face­book.

If you hap­pen to be in Sec­ond Life you are wel­come to join us at The Claren­don in New Bab­bage at: .

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