British singer and songwriter Shura is about to release her sophomore record 'Forevher'. We caught up with the busy bee in Berlin to talk about her music, moving to New York, Religion, and Pablo Neruda.
London is having a great musical run so far in 2019. With artists like Shura, Kate Tempest, IDER the city is bursting with creative energies. And you wouldn’t be able to speak about London’s fierce artistic scene without mentioning Marika Hackman. The singer has dabbled in various genres so far, and decided to not settle down. So, we had a chat with the down to earth woman to figure out what’s behind the vast musical facade.
The Bland – five talented musicians from Sweden are reviving the rock genre. Warming our hearts with emotional and witty lyrics and catchy hooks this musical wind from the north is to be reckoned with. Ahead of the release of their album 'Beautiful Distance', planned for mid-August, we had a chat with the band’s singer Axel Öberg.
The alternative pop duo IDER – made up of Megan and Lily two talented musicians and singers – have a very special bond. They have been living and working together for six years. Now, IDER is about to release their debut record 'Emotional Education' and caught up with NBHAP editor Liv Toerkell to chat about the making off, pop music, and their friendship.
The Black Keys are back after a five-year hiatus. 'Let's Rock' is the duo's ninth studio album and we took a closer look at it to figure out if the band does indeed still rock after their decade-long career.
Patti Smith, the name comes with several images rushing into mind: the androgynous cheek-bony face with the fuzzy self-made Keith Richards hair cut, the raspy vocals, fierce punk rock tunes to gentle ballad, a rebel persona through and through.
Kate Tempest – like the stormy weather, like the Shakespearian drama. Hiding behind her powerful spoken-word performances is an artist with just as a stormy mind and eagerness as the wild blonde curls. We caught up with the British poet and rapper to chat about her forthcoming album 'The Book Of Traps And Lessons'.
The grey misty Berlin winters might not inspire everyone out there. Following last year's 'How Will Our Hero Get Out of This One?' musician Andi Fins found time deliver yet another really sweet new single which we're debuting today.
Coming from Atlanta, Georgia, is an unusual mix of genres. Faye Webster is fusing floaty, Pedal-Steel-heavy Southern country influences with smooth RnB beats. We caught up with the young musician to chat about her unique forthcoming album, baseball and more.
When I say Blues, a vivid image probably crosses your mind: somewhere in the deep South of the United States, a man, an acoustic guitar that has had better days, a scarcely lit bar around midnight, a half-empty glass of whiskey. But the genre is much more relevant than just a moody soundtrack to a post-breakup movie scene. We met the Blues Duo Larkin Poe, who shatter all clichés with fierce girl power and a contemporary twist to playing the Blues.