A list of musical artists who pertain to the dark cabaret genre.
Dark cabaret artists list, with photos, ranked best to worst by votes.
The Dresden Dolls' video for "Girl Anachronism" from their self titled debut record. 2004 8-foot Records. Shot, Cut, & Directed by Michael Pope.
"Girl Anachronism" (2003) was released as a promo single from their self-titled debut album.
Dark cabaret is a music genre that blends the aesthetics of the decadent, risqué German Weimar-era cabarets and 1920s burlesque and vaudeville shows with the morbid, gloomy stylings of post-1970s-goth culture, gothic rock, punk, deathrock, and darkwave music.
"Opheliac" by Emilie Autumn
When I was looking for some new music to listen to, I was delighted to stumble across a genre I'd never heard of before - dark cabaret. It's inspired by the decadence of the cabaret scene and covers topics that you'd never hear about in chart music.
Here comes the official music video for our little darling "Jack" (aka Jack the Ripper), from our new album & show "Lulu - A Murder Ballad"
The Tiger Lillies have been described as the forefathers of Brechtian Punk Cabaret.
A dark, moody style of Cabaret-inspired music. Instrumentation can be very varied, ranging from pianos and synthesizers to violins, cellos, and accordions, to acoustic and electric guitars and bass. UK's The Tiger Lillies were one of the first acts to play in this style in the mid-1990s, though the genre was popularised by The Dresden Dolls in the early-to-mid-2000s.