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.
After introducing you to some of 2021's most promising new artists a while ago, we went one step further and brought some of those artists together in a virtual room to discuss what it feels like having a career in the music industry right now with ... well, everything's that's going on. This is the first edition of our "New Artist Encounter" talk, featuring Sweden's Chez Ali and Solå from Norway.
The Japanese artist just released a great new album and we caught up with her for a chat while also featuring her track "Not To Blame" in our newcomer playlist. Get to know it along with new music from Toby Whyle, Teen Creeps, Karima Francis, Talkboy and other talents.
The Canadian artist's new album is a slow-burning, spellbinding masterpiece. NBHAP author Austin Maloney spoke to her about her journey with herself, and the strands she tied together to make "Someone New".
The Norwegian artist returns with a lovely new single called "Where To Go" and you can catch it now in our newcomer playlist along with tracks from Liam Thomas, Pillow Queens, We Will Kaleid, The Holy, Pixey and more. NBHAP author Austin Maloney took the time to catch up with the beloved artist.
From the conservatory to the sound engineering school to psych-pop, Elliot Diener built a sound that sparkles on his debut album. NBHAP author Austin Maloney takes a closer look on this aspiring new artist.
Coronavirus abruptly pulled her home from a US tour, but Åsa Söderqvist made good use of the extra free time to come up with her new album "20/20 Shitkid", the shiniest, glossiest incarnation of ShitKid yet. NBHAP author Austin Maloney visited the artist at her home in Stockholm.