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Anton Teichmann

Kurz vorm Ende der Welt: Ami Warning on Family Ties and Producing her Mixtape

Just before the End of the World, loosely translates the title of Ami Warning’s new record 'Kurz vorm Ende der Welt'. It is the fourth record of the young Munich-based artist and the first one that she entirely self-produced. Over the course of the pandemic, she crafted songs that are uniquely hers and fuses the various genres that influence her style topped with the coolness of the German lyrics.

Mali Magic: Fatoumata Diawara on the Role of Women in Mali’s Music Industry

'Maliba', the new EP release of the Mali-born singer Fatoumata Diawara is a special release. it was created as part of the 'Mali Magic' heritage project highlighting art and tradition from the north African country. Following its release, we caught the singer on zoom to chat about the project and her role in the Malian music tradition and contemporary scene.

In The Spaces Between: Will Samson On Finding Belonging And Identity

Just a few weeks back, ambient folk artist Will Samson released "Active Imagination", a beacon of calming and meditative bliss. Reflecting on the surrounding themes of the record, the musician opens up on the matter of national identity, belonging and the feeling of being in between in this very personal guest article.

“Stop Fighting Artists”: Why You Should Know About The Union Of Musicians And Allied Workers

Rants about Spotify and their questionable practices as the top dog of the streaming industry have become an established tradition of pop-cultural criticism, but rarely do comments lead to action. Following up on the Joe Rogan conflict with the Swedish company, NBHAP co-head Andreas caught up with musician and activist Joel Jerome from the "Union Of Musicians And Allied Workers" to find out more on the organisation and how to get involved.