Multi-talented singer-songwriter and producer Kulick has delved into his past with a nod to his future, on a brand-new version of his most streamed song to date, his 2018 hit “Colors,” which has generated over 2.3M streams and counting.

With such an eclectic sound of his own, he must have a stunningly varied taste, right? Well, we thought we’d find out, and we sat with the the artist to get the lowdown on Kulick’s top five songs – and they are suitably all over the place.

Manchester Orchestra: A Black Mile To The Surface

This is my newest favourite discovery, along with the producer of this album CJ Marks. The feeling the whole album gives me is something indescribable and I highly recommend taking the time to listen to the album from start to finish. If you’re in the mood for something that takes you on a journey, this is for you. I may be taking some notes for some future songs, especially the guitar work and vocal processing 😉 The Gold and The Moth back to back is one of my favourite listening experiences.

Biffy Clyro – A Celebration of Endings

I saw Biffy in Philadelphia earlier this year and they absolutely blew me away. The vocal melodies are incredible as well as it’s musicality. They can have more simple pop songs, and then also have much more complex and abstract songs, which I really appreciate and enjoy. Tiny Indoor Fireworks is an absolute favourite.

April Rose Gabrielli – Unreasonable Woman

I am biased on this one, as I was a producer and co-writer of this EP, but it is one of my favourite projects that I’ve ever been a part of. April is my partner in life and music, and always blows me away with her vocal performances and stamina. Need a break and Breaking Both are two favourites.

Limp Bizkit – Still Sucks

I have been obsessed with Limp Bizkit’s newest album. It’s clever, catchy, heavy, and nostalgic to me. I always love an artist who just says fuck it, and speaks their mind. Favourites are Snacky Poo and Dad Vibes.

Tom Petty – Wildflowers & All The Rest

Tom has always had a special place in my life, as he was one of the first artists I really believed in and idolized. Lately, this album has been a source of remaining calm and relaxing, as well as having introspective thoughts. A favourite from this album is You Don’t Know How It Feels, Wildflowers, and Something Could Happen.

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