Feverkin – Calendar Project

As we slowly roll out of the winter months, anticipating the yearly return of the sweetly scented cherry blossoms and the spirit of the sun, we turn to artist Feverkin for one last intimate gathering around the old wood stove.

Following the release of his enchanting 2016 EP “From Your Window”, Feverkin has taken on the Calendar Project in a monthly effort to refine his already brilliant audio production talents and brush up on visual production.

February pairs Feverkin with saxophonist Cuff Malloy. Yet another artist we are very familiar with here on Café Chill. Through the video we are given a shorthand experience of song construction. Using his handheld, Feverkin captures delicate sounds of bottles settling on counters, the hiss and resonance of faucet water on a rack of plates, and many more textures brought to life by this visual aid.

If this merge of trip-hop and jazz interests you, feel free to check out January’s song and video as well!

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Café Chill is Public Radio's weekly curated chill mix, produced by KNHC Productions in Seattle, USA (at the studios of C89.5 FM). Your curator is Seth Bolin.
Café Chill is funded in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

About The Curator/Host

Seth Bolin has been involved in the Seattle electronic music scene for years, as a member of Go Periscope and several other projects. In 2015, he joined up with the local electronic music radio station and developed what is now Café Chill.