We’re constantly having our eyes on the future of music, look for exciting new talents and those artists and songs that might change your life. NBHAP’s ‘Ahead’ category is the place for first movers, musical explorers and those of you who’d like to discover new sounds before all your cool friends.
The empowering dream pop of her song "Heal" is opening this week's playlist additions. Other new tracks include FLOSS, Laurel Canyon, Emie Nathan and Bored At My Grandmas House, so make sure to give these goodies a spin immediately.
Five months into 2021 and we caught up with one of our artists to watch this year. The Berlin-based singer Mulay released her anticipated debut "ANTRACYTE". Somewhere between alternative RnB and contemporary pop, she continues to shape her own musical niche. We caught up with the artist to talk about the release and where else 2021 might take her.
The haunting dream pop by the British two-piece is opening this week's selection of newcomer tracks. Further additions to our playlist include Still Woozy, Oska, Oya Paya, Ashe, Hollie Gautiér and a few others.
The Fufanu leader teases his solo debut with a pretty impressive piece of music that's opening this week's update of our newcomer playlist. Find it along fresh tracks from Wyldest, Maple Glider, THALA, Spill Tab, Evolfo and others.
Les Enfants Sauvages are wild kids at heart and maintain child-like curiosity and amazement in their musical output. The three musicians come from various musical backgrounds and merge their influences on the debut LP "LES". NBHAP author Liv caught up with lead singer and songwriter Lena Schmidt to find out what drives the band.
The buzzing British psychedelic/soul sensation is teasing her anticipated debut album with a new single called "Kali V2". Find it in this week's selection of wonderful newcomer tunes which also includes tracks by Friedberg, VARLEY, BSÍ, Charlotte Cardin, Social Haul and more.
The Leipzig-based indietronic outfit opens our newcomer playlist with her gentle single "Electrons". Further additions to this lovely little list include music by Danube, Post Coal Prom Queen, Maud, Alina Pash, Pastel Stereo and others.
Holed up in their HQ in Kassel, the now fully-evolved four-piece have made their boldest record yet, one that steers their sound into new territory, a mix of stomping, strutting rock music and bubbling, eerie electronica. NBHAP takes a closer look on the promising German newcomers.