Adding on to the momentum by recent successful Kickstarter campaigns of Amanda Palmer and Dirty Laundry TV is the new album by the ultra-experimentalist Black Moth Super Rainbow, titled Cobra Juicy. It's the fifth BMSR album and coming out the Rad Cult Records imprint started by Black Moth Super Rainbow. The problem is, as Eric Wareheim shows all of us in the video below, is cash-money. There's a new Kickstarter campaign to pay for all things Cobra Juicy. Everyone who contributes gets a copy of the album in its own latex citrus case (see above) and a custom tooth-shaped USB drive with all of the music on it. Remember CDs? I don't.
Cobra Juicy "declares death to hippies, excising all things flower power and tightening up what sprawl there was into a nastily bright pile of fuzzed guitar, live bass, hot synths and stubby rhythms-eleven pieces of hard candy licked, dipped in dirt, and wrapped up for you," states the manifesto screed in the press release, so this thing better align the planets or something. Check out the video, and contribute if you're a fan.