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Unwoman is a cellist-singer-songwriter featured at steampunk conventions and other major events all over the US, based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her song "The Heroine" was featured in both Welcome to Night Vale's "Triptych" episode and the steampunk documentary Vintage Tomorrows. In 2015 she received the Steampunk Chronicle Reader's Choice Award for Best Solo Musician and Best Album (Circling, which you can download for $1 here). She has also collaborated with Abney Park, Amanda Palmer, Rasputina, Voltaire, and many other acts.

Unwoman's newest original album, War Stories (2018), is her seventh original album. Fiercely feminist and aggressively feminine, ranging adeptly from rage to sentimentality, the album draws inspiration from real life and literature including Jane Eyre, The Princess Bride, and Jane Austen's Persuasion.

Beginning in 2015, Unwoman's new works have been available instantly for subscribers. A subscription comes with at least one covers album and one original album, and the knowledge that you're helping a truly independent musician pay her bills. The newest full-length release is a collection of 30 (!) fabulous covers. Look and listen over there! → → →

Support Unwoman per song ($1) on Patreon or per year ($20) on Bandcamp to get cover and original songs before anyone else does.

Double covers album ahoy!

Most recent original album (2018): Other Original Works:


Covers Albums:

Unwoman can be found online here:
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