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— 24/09/2021

The Chicago-based singer and songwriter Tasha releases the euphoric single Perfect Wife and announces her second album Tell Me What You Miss The Most out in November. Dipped in bright colors and a theatrical spotlight, the artist expresses the joyful message of the song in the according visuals. “This visual represents the giddiness and excitement of going on a first date with someone, and having it turn out even better than you could have imagined,” says the artist. Perfect Wife captures the dizzying feeling of falling for someone in its euphoric and bright instrumentation. Tasha sings her heart out accompanied by flutes and a smooth guitar solo and will inevitably make you smile.

Thinking Outside Boxes: A Dive Into The Unbiased World Of Clara Pazzini

Clara Pazzini’s music is demanding, versatile and complex. She draws attention to social evils and does not mince her words. The Hamburg-based songwriters’ genre-breaking debut album 'BOXES' was released few days ago – time for us to take a closer look at the interesting newcomer.

A Draft Underneath The Door: The Musical Philosophy of LUWTEN

The Dutch musician and Producer Tessa Douwstra just released her second record "Draft" under the moniker LUWTEN. Between the tenderness of the instrumentation and the confrontational lyrics dealing with issues of agency, control, and freedom the artists poses philosophical questions. NBHAP author Liv Toerkell met up with the singer in Berlin to examine what's behind the moving and thought-provoking record.

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