Amanda Palmer's Party In The Cemetery: Celebrating Woodstock's Gothic History
DJ MON AMIE, Noir
22 Rock City Road
Woodstock, NY, 12498
Doors 6:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
Party In The Cemetery will be a very special night of Gothic celebration, featuring a full live set from WEEKNIGHT, and DJ sets from Mon Amie and a special guest appearance by your host Amanda Fucking Palmer.
Amanda Palmer (born April 30, 1976) is an American performer, director, composer and musician, most known as the lead singer, keyboardist and songwriter of The Dresden Dolls. Together with Brian Viglione, they released 3 studio albums and a live album, A Is For Accident: Collected Live Recordings 2001-2003. By herself, Amanda has released one solo album (Who Killed Amanda Palmer in 2008) and other compilation, live and cover albums. Accompanied by The Grand Theft Orchestra (Chad Raines, Jherek Bischoff, Michael McQuilken), she's released her most recent album, Theatre Is Evil.
She married writer Neil Gaiman in January 2011.
On March 2015, she started using Patreon as her main source of income and a better way of direct communication with her fans and community.
The voice of Athan Maroulis will always be linked to the seminal Los Angeles-based trio Spahn Ranch. Through five diverse albums, highlighted by songs such as “Vortex” and “Heretic’s Fork,” Spahn Ranch served the 1990s Industrial scene with a daring mix of intelligent electronics and Darkwave moods. In the aftermath of Spahn Ranch, Athan returned to his native New York City where he took a near decade-long break from music before joining Black Tape for a Blue Girl for a pair of albums and performances from Austin to Bucharest.
Afterwards, NOIR was formed as a project that would combine both Athan's Industrial and Gothic past while remaining very much in the electronic present. NOIR debuted with the "My Dear" single in late 2012, followed by the 2013 critically acclaimed album "Darkly Near," which Side Line Magazine said, "NOIR probably stands for the most intimate electro project Athan Maroulis has ever been involved with. It all sounds like revealing his deepest inner thoughts transposed into electronic grace and musical poetry."
Adding members Demetra Songs and Kai Irina Hahn, both on backing vocals and keyboards, NOIR began performing live in New York City followed by a series of road dates in the U.S. In 2014, NOIR completed a video for the song "My Dear," that was followed up by a video for "Timephase," along with the release of RE:MIT:TENT, featuring remixes by Assemblage 23, Dead Voices On Air, Ludovico Technique and many others.
In 2016, NOIR's "The Burning Bridge," introduced NOIR collaborator Erik Gustafson (16volt, Adoration Destroyed) and was dedicated to the late David Bowie. Featuring the title song along with interpretations of an obscure Ministry song from 1982 entitled "Same Old Madness," along with a cover of Duran Duran's "The Chauffeur," as well as NOIR's "In Every Dream Home A Heartache," a Roxy Music song recorded live on WFMU radio in 2013. A video for "The Burning Bridge" was released in 2017. That same year, NOIR recorded their rendition of "Back To Nature" for a Fad Gadget Tribute entitled "Under What Flag."
NOIR's fifth release "Reburning" features remixes of "The Burning Bridge" by The Rain Within, Decoded Feedback, Panic Lift with an exclusive remix of "Same Old Madness" by Bestial Mouths. Additionally, "Reburning" also includes a newly recorded acoustic version of the song "The Burning Bridge," arranged by guitarist Ron Cardazone featuring cellist Tracey Moth.
$13.00 - $15.00