Very nice, Siren. Me likey.
So here’s a thing someone sent me the link to. A dance class, Steamfusions (mixed level) perform a theatrical – fantasy bellydance piece to the Dolls Overture.
And now another episode of The Geeky Atheist’s New Albion Explained series where he goes through the dieselpunk opera The New Albion Radio Hour. Omg do i get a kick out of these.
Holy bugjam! DUDE! So, this guy, The Geeky Atheist goes over the stories to the first two New Albion albums, Dolls and Radio Hour. This is awesome. Without further ado, here The Geeky Atheist’s take on Dolls Of New Albion.
Hana Erskine makes wonderful photographs of beautiful and terrible things. You can go to or Like her Facebook page to see more, as well you should. Today however, we feature a photo series she did that was inspired by Dolls Of New Albion.
Once upon a time there was a girl. Her name was Isabelle. — with Lara Matossian.
Once upon a time there was a puppeteer. He really liked Isabelle, so he decided she must be his.
First, he made a doll.
Then he started using the Voice to call Isabelle. — with Marion Erskine.
Isabelle could hear the Voice in her head, but she tried to resist.
After a while, she couldn’t take it anymore.
She gave up and decided to come to the puppeteer.
The puppeteer captured Isabelle’s soul in the doll and Isabelle became new puppet in Circus Apocalypse.
One day she found the doll. The doll reminded her who she used to be before the puppeteer found her
She decided to free herself. Once she cut herl strings, she realised her soul is still remaining in the doll.
She cut the doll’s strings too, to free her soul.
Once all the strings were cut, she couldn’t feel any difference and she even couldn’t feel her soul anymore.
She realised her soul was gone forever.
She gave the last goodbye to the doll.
It was time to leave.