Steampunk Music - Victor Sierra

Do you like rich, dark, industrial steampunk melodies? If you aren't sure about your answer, listen to Steampunk Symphony - my personal favorite - and have a think about it.

Victor Sierra's music is something to dance to, to dream to. The songs range from exotic and mysterious to hard-driving and adventurous. You can check out their albums, Yesterday's Tomorrow and Electric Rain, to see what I mean.

The band is comprised of Commander Bob, Princess Anouk Adrien, and Big Machine, a lovely trio. They are such warm, modest people, and have reached out to the steampunk community for a very cool new project - a web series.

I can't tell you much about it, but it involves videos chronicling their adventures throughout the years and all around the world aboard their airship, the Hydrogen Queen. I am honored to be part of this endeavor. That's right - yours truly is in one of the videos, telling my story.

Now here's a way for the steampunk community to help this wonderful group get from their native Paris, France to the U.S. to perform at the Steampunk World's Fair in New Jersey. Visit Victor Sierra's Indiegogo project to learn more. Even 10 euros will go a long way to getting them here on American soil for a performance! Whether you are able to donate or not, please spread the word. Let's tell the world that the Hydrogen Queen wants to come to America!

You can keep up with Victor Sierra on Twitter and Facebook, and listen to Monday night's episode of Sounds of Steam for our interview with Commander Bob.

~Steampunk Snark~ 

“She referred to you as ‘that daemon trollop’.” -- The Daemon Device

~Upcoming Releases~ 

Steampunk for Simpletons - March 2014
The Enigma Engine, Book 3 of The Aetheric Artifacts - June 9, 2014

~Projects in Progress~

Steampunk/urban fantasy novel
YA steampunk fantasy novel

~Next Episodes of Sounds of Steam~

March 24, 2014 - Steampunk Superculture
March 31, 2014 - Condensed Histories with Greg Chapman
April 7, 2014 - Steampunk Explorers
April 14, 2014 - Nerd-Gasm with Matthew "Correllbow" Correll of The State of the Nerd

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