Avant-Garde Musical Artist Black Kangaroo Plans Release of Album “Bildungsroman”

The limits of conventional music are constantly being pushed by the most pioneering artists who seek to produce the next great stage of musical evolution.  Among the most important of these is newcomer Black Kangaroo, the stage name of Jay Newman.  Black Kangaroo draws on a number of important artists like Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode and The Cure, as well as a multitude of genres like post-punk, industrial and synth pop to create a truly avant-garde form of music.  This mind blowing musical experience is coalescing into an album, “Bildungsroman,” which every fan should enjoy. “Bildungsroman” will be released in the fall of 2015.

“Bildungsroman” is the artistic expression of a unique figure in the music world. Eschewing the formulaic and popular musical forms of the day, Newman depicts the world in all its haunting bleakness.  Using nightmarish instrumentals and unforgettably poignant lyrics that paint a dark and brooding landscape, Jay Newman—known as the Rust Belt Prince of F’ing Darkness—has created a work of art that will leave an indelible mark on this and future generations of musicians.

“Bildungsroman” is a major undertaking and requires significant funding to become a success.  Despite the completion of many of the tracks like “Smoking Cloves on the Dock,” “Hotbox” and “Bildungsroman,” this project will still require $9,000 for completion.  To secure these funds which will be essential for recording, production, marketing and distribution, Black Kangaroo has sponsored a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. Backers of this important project may receive valuable perks like posters, albums, CD’s, T-shirts, or bumper stickers. 

To learn more about “Bildungsroman” or to make a financial contribution, please visit http://kck.st/17ypQUe

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Media Contact
Company Name: Black Kangaroo – Bildungsroman – The Album
Contact Person: Jay Newman
Email: jay.m.newman@gmail.com
Country: United States
Website: http://kck.st/17ypQUe