Fontaines D.C. are one of the rising stars in the musical landscape of 2019. With “Dogrel” the band from Ireland released a remarkable debut, mixing edgy indie-rock, post-punk and garage. NBHAP editor Abhilash Arackal sat down with bass player Conner Deegan to review the last twelve month and to take a look at expectations, ambitions and their hometown Dublin – and got a hint of what to expect in 2020.
With their fourth record 'Fever' Balthazar return from their four year hiatus. We talked with one part of the frontmen duo Jinte Deperez about the reasons for taking the break, the time since then and the changes on upcoming album.
What comes after the hype? The next one, the drop into vacuity or just life, how is happens? Salves’ third record is all about taking the next step. Away from their known version of furious two-man alternative punk to a band with ambitions and unheard musicality.
Noise music has experienced a small revival in the last couple of month with several bands and artists releasing records with similar characteristics in their soundscape. We talked to METZ lead singer Alex Edkins about these phenomenon, his personal affection to noise music and what it can do for oneself and for the audience.
Editors, Nils Frahm, EELS, Jon Hopkins, Young Fathers, The Kills and many more. In its eighth edition Maifeld Derby Festival again provides a stunning line-up between established headliners, fresh newcomers and upcoming starts.
The new leading ladies of female-fronted indie rock are not in the mood to simply play nice - they loud, got something to say and the right songs to transport these messages. This is their time to shine and we couldn't agree more.