November 5th the Ominous Collective invites you to a very special Kabarett 16-Bit. This month the creepy creatives bring you an exciting tribute to the worldly and mysterious British doctor, M. William Frederick Omens (after whom the collective is named, of course). Psychotic artisans Optic Rose and electropunks Livesexact will be on hand to sing the praises of his contributions to the 'dark mechanical sciences'. Pushcart Prize nominated poet Edward J Carvalho may have a word or two to say about Omens'flavorful abuse of the English language. What Time Is It, Mr. Fox could very well sing a sultry song about his knees, or present him with yet another award for his bravery in the face of tapioca. And it's possible the good Doctor could make an appearance too--He's been known to stir up a little hell once in a while. But Scotland Yard hasn't been able to prove anything yet, so there's a good chance he'll be there. Will you?
With performances by Empathy and Gee-rog of Specimen 37, New Remorse and The Breadweather Biologists, as well as philosophical musings by the late Steve Robot. Presided over by our in-house diva of decadence, Jutta.
7PM - Midnight
November 5th, 2005
Ominous Collective's monthly series, Kabarett 16-bit is at the Zeitgeist Gallery,
Saturday November 5th 7pm-12am
1353 Cambridge Street