|Mother's Cake Live DVD Funding|
2013-12-01 by Finbar | 1 Comments
|Austrian progressive funk-rock band Mother's Cake aim to present their debut album Creation's Finest as a studio live-session at the Kulutcafé Propolis and produce and publish the concert as a video.|
For this they have launched a crowdfunding project to cover their costs: http://www.startnext.de/en/creation-s-finest-live-studio.
On the page they write: Anybody who has seen a Mother's Cake concert knows that they concoct an immensely dense atmosphere and powerful show on stage. For all those who can't see the band for reasons of geographical separation or of simply having no money, or those who just can't get enough of the Cake, the band wants to provide an opportunity to get the rumpus into their living rooms or onto their computers. Because this is only possible via video, we ask for your financial support!.
If they reach their target of €7,500 they will be able to produce a DVD of the concert.
The rewards for funding the project include CDs and vinyls of their debut, as well as a rare EP that is not usually for sale.
Tagged: Mother's Cake
This band are incredible musicians and their music has so much energy live, if they can reach the DVD, that would be amazing.
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