Ever since the Captain strode onto the stage at Whitby Steampunk Weekend, I’ve been avidly following his moves. Waiting fervently for a copy of his album to review for the Journal. It’s finally arrived and I’ve spent the last two weeks letting the Captain’s smooth operatic voice slide into my ears.
Hidden Gems by Captain of the Lost Waves costs £12.00 and is available from the main website.
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Bonsart Bokel is a familiar name in the British and European steampunk community. He came into steampunk around 2010 from a background in 14th century re-enactment. During his time there he watched a lot of anime and was drawn in … Continue reading Interview with Bonsart Bokel
Biscuithead & The Biscuit Badgers overview Biscuithead & The Biscuit Badgers first came to my attention while I was attending Whitby Steampunk Weekend in July 2017. I was impressed, not just by their obvious skill as musicians, but as the comedy act that they so obviously are. While in the Green Room chatting to Captain of the Lost Waves, I managed to introduce myself to the band. Dean, the lead singer, was kind enough to provide me with a copy of their latest album “Dinosaurs Ate My Caravan” Normally the CD only costs £5.00 and is available from their website. The album is a 16 track … Continue reading Dinosaurs Ate My Caravan – Biscuithead & The Biscuit Badgers album review
While in Sandbach, I was lucky enough to be invited to the evening event where I watched a number of splendid acts. One such act was the escapology of Greg Chapman. He’s the chap who runs Condensed Histories. Since then … Continue reading The Last Airship seeks funding
Check out Tea Time, a charming short about a woman trying to find her place in the world. And accidentally stumbling upon love along the way. Continue reading Tea Time – Steampunk Short Film
Visit the Radio RetroFuture YouTube Channel Read Chapter One of No Rest for the Wicked – Mistress of None Book 1 Visit the campaign page for the Edwardian Ball Continue reading Phoebe Darqueling Interviewed by Radio RetroFuture
It’s a real hassle, as an Editor of Steampunk Journal, being invited to parties, being special guest.. So many people, so many parties… I was, however, more than happy to be involved with the first showing of theVaudeville Evening … Continue reading A Vaudeville Evening at Whitby Steampunk Weekend
Using the bathroom is hard enough in my Steampunky tu-tu at conventions, but I couldn’t imagine how someone would do it in a full on bustle. Luckily, when I was looking into just that question, YouTube came through. Continue reading How did Victorian Women use the Toilet???
Steampunk Journal’s newest project heads into the exciting world of crowdfunding today! The Hellfire Club is to be a subscription based gallery of steampunk themed art nude photography. It will welcome models of all genders. The only restriction is on … Continue reading Are you ready for the Hellfire Club? (NSFW)
What would happen if you took a saucy British postcard, stuck a pinny on it and placed it in a kitchen in front of the camera? Double D Dining is what. Continue reading “Double D Dining launches on YouTube”