After nine years, Mike Skinner releases the first full-length mixtape with The Streets. NBHAP author Louisa used the opportunity to call the rap legend in his London home to talk about morning routines, career advice and the weird concept of mixtapes.
After two highly-sucessful Savages records, singer Jehnny Beth decided to go solo with the record 'To Love Is To Live'. NBHAP author Louisa Zimmer called the French artist to find out more about her most personal work to date.
The British indie six-piece Sports Team emerged from continuously touring the country and building a genuine relationship with fans. Speaking to singer Alex Rice, NBHAP author Louisa found out how the band is maintaining their live show passion in times without gigs.
Inmidst a global pandemic, Moses Sumney released one of the most important albums of the year. In conversation with Louisa Zimmer, he shares his thoughts about multiplicity, Carole Baskin, and the failure of the American healthcare system.
Irish singer, producer and songwriter Delush merges pop, R&B, soul and spoken word into a seamless sound carpet. Ahead of the release of his debut album 'The Journey To Zero', NBHAP author Louisa caught up with Enda Gallery.
Long gone are the days of "Call Me Maybe"! Over the past decade the Canadian artist emancipated herself from being 'just another girl in pop music' although her sound is still unapologetically pop. These days, Carly Rae Jepsen continues to walk her path in determined fashion and NBHAP author Louisa Zimmer took her recent Berlin show as a fitting opportunity to meet up with her.
Within the indie rock scene, (Sandy) Alex G definitely counts as one of the most loved and hyped songwriters right now. NBHAP author Louisa had the chance to meet the Philadelphia-based artist in front of his sold-out Berlin show.
What follows a concept album called "Disco Volador"? Right, a conceptual guestmix called "POST-GONGBATH". The British indie outfit takes a laidback turn on the psychedelic mixtape they compiled for us and it's too marvellous to miss it.