We got a truly wonderful piece of music to open this week's newcomer playlist which also features contributions from Moon Panda, Freya Beer, Church Girls, Eugénie and other promising talents you should know about.
The strange, warped electronica of "Run" opens a door into 'There's A Girl Inside My Brain Who Wants To Die', the debut album from Norway's Hôy La. Check it out on top of our playlist along with other songs from ÄTNA, Sweet Tempest, Lea Kampmann, Gracie Gray, Karim Eid, Gia Lily and more.
The highly addictive new single by the Mancunian songwriter is leading our weekly playlist update. And while you're already here make sure to also check out additional new tracks from Brimheim, Girlhouse, Musha, Kone Mara, Cathrin Gram and more.
The title-track of the band's freshly released "Things That I Confuse" EP is leading our weekly newcomer playlist update which also features memorable music from Billie Flynn, Leonie Pernet, Coach Party, Greta Isaac and more you should keep on your personal radar.
Watch out, world of altrnative pop! A fascinating new character is entering the scene - NBHAP author Liv Toerkell met the wonderful KUOKO to talk about her anticipated debut album. On top of it, we're shedding light on some of her great songs, including the single "Perfect Girl" which is now also streaming in our newcomer playlist.
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.
"Mexico" is the latest teaser from the artist's forthcoming second album "Here Comes Trouble" and it's leading this week's update of our newcomer playlist along with songs from Pink Lint, Mumble Tide, Monoply, Red Moon and other buzzing artists we kindly recommend to you.
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.