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As a kid growing up in middle-of-nowhere Pennsylvania, Jacob Kulick tore all the shelves out of his closet and turned the tiny space into his own private music studio. Starting at age 12, he began writing and recording songs as a way to cope with his anxiety and the loneliness of being an outcast. “Middle school was a tough time—I went through a lot of bullying, like a lot of people do when they’re different in a small town,” says the 26-year-old singer/songwriter, who now goes solely by his surname. “I started making music because I felt like I had to get something out of me, although at the time I wasn’t even completely sure what that was.” On “Ghost”—his…