The Icelandic-Norwegian duo bring the fun, both for the listener and themselves. Ultraflex's new album "Infinite Wellness" is a adventurous waltz through synth soundscapes, dreams of dancefloors and irrepressible attitude. We caught up with them to find out more.
Light and dark dance on the sweeping, experimentally orchestral debut solo album from the Culk frontwoman Sophie Löw. "Die Neue Heiterkeit" explores themes of anxiety and oppression, but also finds remedy in community and hope. We spoke to the artist to peek behind the curtain of the soundscape and themes that Sophia Blenda explores.
The Neukölln label has become a place where alternative pop artists from the German capital and beyond can bloom, and a symbol of a sound embedded in the city's music scene. We spoke to founder Anton Teichmann, and some of their artists, to talk the past, present and future of Mansions & Millions.
This week we are catching up with the Swedish psych-pop artist MIYNT ahead of the release of her debut record "Lonely Beach". And our Introducing playlist got updated with plenty of other new tracks that match the warm groovy vibe of MIYNT's production style by artists like Moon Panda, Hana Vu, Mall Girl, and many more.
The new concept album from the Norwegian-Irish singer-songwriter pairs operatic-scale drama with thrilling orchestral pop, all with a little help from some unexpected friends. NBHAP author Austin Maloney caught up with her to find out more.
In a post-album rut and struggling for inspiration, singer-songwriter Jonas Alaska decided to to turn his hand to becoming a pop writer. That didn't quite work out, but the end result is his exuberant, slick new album Girl. We caught up with the Norwegian artist to find out more.
It's been a long old time, and a lot of us spent it wondering when our next festival would be. So what was it like when they actually returned? NBHAP author Austin Maloney tagged along with early returner Pop-Kultur Berlin to try and figure out what a festival can be in the post-pandemic age.
After almost a decade away from the day job, and an adventure in art-rock band Exploded View, Annika Henderson makes her grand return as Anika with "Change", a record that spreads her musical wings and takes her sound into new dimensions. NBHAP author Austin Maloney met her to find out more.