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|KULICK Announces May 18 NYC Show at Cafe Wha?|
|+ Performing at Montauk Music Festival May 19-22|
|Rising PA-based modern pop-rock act KULICK has announced an NYC show taking place a Cafe Wha? on April 18th. Joining him on the bill is alternative-rock/pop singer, songwriter, producer & pianist April Rose Gabrielli.|
Kulick will be performing music from his recent LP ‘Everyone I Know Will Die’ as well as some new music.
April 18 @ CAFE WHA
*NO VACCINATION / MASK REQUIREMENTS
7PM, $15, 21+
Kulick has also been announced as one of several acts playing the Montauk Music Festival (May 19th – 22nd). Find festival info here: https://www.montaukmusicfestival.com
|What others are saying:|
“An exciting new voice in the alternative scene.”- Kerrang!
“It’s another example of KULICK’s knack for writing tunes that are as infectious as they are relatable.”- Rock Sound
“…hones in on Kulick’s pop-rock vision, to perfection…comes swinging in carrying along melodies enough to bring goosebumps to a listener’s skin.” (5 stars)- New Noise Magazine
“Kulick first began to make major waves in 2020 with the highly promising record ‘Yelling In A Quiet Neighbourhood,’ but it’s with this freshly released follow-up that has surely cemented him as a future American pop-rock megastar.” – Small Music Scene
“…nicely wound collection of songs packed with plenty of passion and purpose behind each chord. What Kulick does best on this album is to remain authentic to who he is an artist, person and musician, while still looking towards the future with optimism for better days ahead.”- Chorus.fm
“Kulick has meandered into masterpiece territory.”- Love It To Death Reviews
“Kulick tells honest, live-life-to-the-max tales all wrapped up in memorable pop-punk hooks.”- TotalNterntainment
“Kulick returns with a new in your face recording to break the funk that is 2022 and remind us all that there is indeed light at the end of this tunnel.” (9/10)- RockNLoad
“Has depth, variation and clarity with some genius lyrics that will appeal across the genres.”- RamZine
|Stream the album here: https://orcd.co/everyoneiknowwilldie.|
Watch the video for the title track here: https://youtu.be/ikHk3tZSO60.
The 7-song album ‘Everyone I Know Will Die,’ follows on the heels of the recent singles “The People I Know (Don’t Like Me)” and “Time To Go”(which has garnered spins at Kerrang Radio, the BBCR1 Rock Show, etc.) and his stint supporting The Spill Canvas on tour.
Kulick says, “Without going into too much detail, this album practically wrote itself with life (and death) experiences. I have always been obsessed over “why are we here, what is the point and why do we die” since I was young. It was the first topic I found myself writing about.
I was forced to dive into it a lot again this year for the first time since then. For certain reasons, I found myself in doctors offices and hospitals a few times a month, surrounded by others struggling with their own health. I found myself being a caretaker to someone I couldn’t imagine losing. I found myself having massive anxiety attacks about the health of my loved ones and myself.
After months of struggling (and I naturally continue to still) I really started to realize that I have to accept that we have no control of anything besides our perspective, resilience, and attitude. And then I wrote an album. As I say in the last few lines of the last song of this album; “appreciate your time, cause everyone you know will die. Say goodbye and kiss goodnight cause everyone you know will die.”
We are here until we aren’t and that’s okay. It has to be. Make it worth your time. Spread love. Have gratitude.
You are loved and you are strong, even in moments you may not feel it.
I hope this album helps anyone going through any type of struggle, pain, or existential dilemma. My music is not made to sit with and stay in personal dark times, but to visit those dark times for a moment and then see through to the other side.”
An artistic visionary, singer-songwriter, producer, audio engineer and lover of life, Kulick continues to mesmerize music fans with an ever-growing catalog of deeply personal, yet relatable songs that combine his roots in heavy rock music with ultra-catchy pop melodies, resulting in a sound all his own.
With his previous album, the highly introspective ‘Yelling In A Quiet Neighborhood’ (and its acoustic companion piece ‘Sitting In A Quiet Coffeehouse’), the artist, also known as Jacob Kulick, further challenged himself by expanding his sound while tackling subjects close to his heart with his songwriting.
Various singles off of ‘Yelling In A Quiet Neighborhood’ landed on a number of highly coveted Spotify and Apple Music playlists (resulting in over 5 million streams worldwide), while also garnering spins on major radio stations around the country. Kulick continues to broaden his fanbase via glowing media coverage in several national and international media outlets including Spin Magazine, American Songwriter, Substream, The Noise and Rock Sound, which called it “…an emotional and enthralling take on dark alt-pop.”
Now with the release of ‘Everyone I Know Will Die,’ Kulick looks to the future, carrying on with his mission of speaking his truth through music.
|‘Everyone I Know Will Die’ Track Listing:|
2. The People I Know (Don’t Like Me)
3. For Once in My Life
4. All I See is Red
5. Don’t Think About Me
6. Time to Go
7. Everyone I Know Will Die
Photo: APRIL ROSE GABRIELLI
|More Praise for Kulick’:|
“…an emotional and enthralling take on dark alt-pop.”- Rock Sound
“… a great debut album that feels unique, empowering, and authentic all at the same time.”- Chorus.fm
“KULICK boasts pop elements, rock riffs and creative lyrics that are perfect for repeat listening. “- Spinning Thoughts
“…(a)blast of anthemic punk rock with its chugging guitar line to the masses… Time To Go is an energetic statement of intent from KULICK, making him an artist to keep tabs on.- Record Of The Day
“Modern pop-rock sensation KULICK returns with a music video for his soaring new single “Time To Go””- Substream Magazine
“KULICK reflects on youthful memories and destructive vices on “Time To Go,” a bouncy pop-rock track that’s perfect for late night car rides and nights with friends. With vivid lyrics and an infectious guitar riff, you’ll have it stuck in your head faster than you can remember your own teenage rebellion.”- Tremg