One of the most interesting releases from this week comes courtesy of Buffalo-based singer/songwriter and producer JKuch. Delighting fans since 2013, this talent consistently experiments with traditional music genres to create songs that exude originality and intrigue.
‘Cabin Fever’ is taken from the forthcoming album ‘Specter’s Garden’, and is an energetic blend of pop and RnB, paired with an electronic twist to create a sound that is both captivating and emotive in equal measures.
“‘Cabin Fever’ is a well-known term that describes the feelings of negativity, irritability, or listlessness that people may accompany by being stuck indoors for such a time. Seeing the constant increase of the number of deaths caused by this outbreak, I started to realising the inescapable truth of how we all don’t have a lot of time on this earth, how it’s ultimately up to us to spend it in the way that is authentic and true to ourselves. With this truth suddenly in the air, it reshaped how I saw my music career in the big picture, and sowed together where I really wanted it to go.”