A Friend in Deed

Episode 309: As Sage spins further into dark waters, her friends have her back and rise to her defense against the old enemy sexism. The Professor is determined that Sage have a career to come back to – IF she can come back from the brink.

Eddie Louise Clark as Dr Sage
Chip Clark as Professor Savant
Justin Bremer as the Narrator
Emily Riley Piatt as Abigail Entwhistle

Written by Eddie Louise
Theme music by Valentine Wolfe
Sound Design by Chip Michael

A Halo Called Fred

A Halo Called Fred has spent the last two decades making the geekiest sounds ever to spring from guitar, bass, violin, and Tupperware. Featuring songs about pirates, cavemen, and any body part or flying thing you can think of. They have lent their talents to Burlesque shows, motion picture soundtracks, a rock opera, and host the annual charity event “The Freaky Mutant Weirdo Variety Show”. Specializing in counter-cultural and geeky conventions, the Halo is proud to bring musical joy to any gathering. From Setampunks to Fairies, Bikers to Furries, our message always rings true – “We Love You All!”

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The East Coast’s Premiere Steampunk Convention

C.O.G.S Expo. 2019 will take place at the incredible Sheraton Parsippany in Parsippany, NJ. Sporting gorgeous new renovations, incredible food and immaculate grounds with their own pond, this location is set to make C.O.G.S. Expo 2019 the event of the year!

A theatrically inspired music troupe, Night Watch Paradox is musically, lyrically and visually evocative and brings the sights and sounds of a world where steam powered airships roam the skies and time travel is a recreational activity. A place where both men and woman are equally capable, strong, intelligent and frequently mysterious. Imagine a talented collective of musicians, composers and artists who bring these visions to life in a unique steampunk inspired performance.

Night Watch Paradox lyrics pay homage to 19th Century Baltimore history, all while offering their own twists or alternative versions. Such examples are “The Admiral Fell” a song about a steam-powered airship that helps defeat the British Navy in the War of 1812, “Mobtown Riot” which tells the story of the Pratt Street Riots of 1861, and “Henry Clemm” which speculates about the mysterious death of Edgar Allen Poe’s young cousin.

The music itself draws from a wide variety of styles including rock, jazz, Americana, Appalachian and Klezmer. With a lineup of electric and acoustic guitars, bass, drums, ukulele, flute, harmonica, accordion, cello and both female and male vocalists, Night Watch Paradox can easily evoke the proper mood from sombre to frenzied exuberance. The band has been compared to the Decemberists. Tap your toes, clap and sing along!

Whether you are fully initiated in the steampunk genre or are a complete novice to the concept, Night Watch Paradox is guaranteed to provide an evening of memorable entertainment and fun. If you play your cards right, may have experience a “more cowbell” moment. As always, steampunk attire is encouraged, but not required.

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