If you have been following NBHAP, the name Hatchie could not have missed you. The Australian musician's intriguing fusion of 90s tinged dream pop and mellow shoegaze has her fans eagerly awaiting the debut record 'Keepsake'. Ahead of its release on Friday, the singer gave us a little insight into an important record that accompanied her.
In many ways, the sixth studio album by Timothy Showalter aka Strand Of Oaks is a turning point for him in many ways. It's a personal confrontation with his own demons on one side and a huge step forward in terms of quality and songwriting on the other. 'Weird Ways' is the six-minute long opening epos and it's without any doubt one of 2019's most beautiful songs. For us, the songwriter recalls the story behind it in his own words.
The first studio album by iconic soul diva Erykah Badu has influenced an entire generation of artists and British newcomer Connie Constance is no exception here. Ahead of her upcoming performance at Berlin's INTRODUCING event we asked her to write a few lines about the LP for NBHAP.
Ahead of her new album British songwriter had to face another even more important challenge in life. And while a situation like this might scare lots of people it actually encouraged her to take her art to a new level. Being an independent musician and a caring mother simultaneously can be posisble and right here Mara Simpson tells her personal story about that.
Legendary Mancunian rock band Oasis has earned themselves a spot in any campfire lover's and guitarist's heart a long time ago. But for some the breakthrough of the band in the 90s meant more than just a song stuck in their head. Guitarist Leo Duncan from the British indie pop outfit Ten Fé opens up about why this band will forever be one of his favourites.
The guitar riffs of the iconic 90s alternative rock classic had a crucial effect on the musical education of Desperate Journalist guitarist Rob Hardy. For NBHAP he explains why it's never too late to fall in love with Billy Corgan's band.
Despite being released fifteen years ago the sophomore record from Eirik Glambek Bøe and Erlend Øye still holds a special place in the hearts of many music lovers. It's a pretty timeless-sounding album in fact. And if you haven't discovered it yet the following words by aspiring British artist Liam Brown might help you.
The art form music video is alive and kicking - if you know where to look. That's why we once again asked acclaimed music video directors Schall & Schnabel for their favourite clips from the past months and this is the impressive visual result.
German electronic pioneers Kraftwerk are a timeless source for inspiration. That's just a fact. Finnish pop sweetheart Jaakko Eino Kalevi also got quite a personal connection to the gang from Düsseldorf. Ahead of the release of his new LP 'Out Of Touch' he shares it with via this guest feature.