Kink Ador fans recently fueled the band’s Kickstarter.com account to completion, allowing them to self-release their latest, The Shape of Life. Kink Ador rewarded this generosity handsomely with a 10-cut disc of sonically rich and categorically diverse rock ’n’ roll just in time for those in need of summer jams. Sure, it’s silly, but I like to imagine this record was written inside a ragtop Camaro driven at top speed through outer space, searching for a wormhole back to 1977 with singer/bassist Sharon Koltik’s sultry howl serving as the metaphorical rocket fuel. Most of these tracks kick off with a deep and fuzzy 420-friendly groove, finding a comfy pocket somewhere between Queens of the Stone Age and early Heart. But they soon eschew the constraints of gravity with elements of jazz and ’60s psychedelia — which really make those previous references to space travel appropriate, right? Kink Ador celebrates their new release tonight at Mercy Lounge.