Once again, Helsinki's Flow Festival turned a defunct power plant into a three-day celebration of music, food, and sustainability. NBHAP editor Louisa Zimmer experienced it live and reflects on the 2019 festival epic.
With their debut album 'Schlagenheim', Black Midi prove that they are the most exciting band to come from Britain this year. NBHAP author Louisa met them in Berlin to talk about their album, touring, and many influences.
With headliners such as Charli XCX, Rosalia or Miley Cyrus, this year’s Primavera Festival proved that 50/50 lineups are possibly and that they should be the new standard in booking business. NBHAP editor Louisa attended the colourful fiesta in Barcelona, that will hopefully lead the way for more inclusive festivals.
With his debut album 'Nothing Great About Britain', Slowthai nailed the ongoing political anxiety of Britain in times of Brexit. NBHAP author Louisa met the Northampton artist and found out, why Grime might be the new punk movement.
Sex, Drugs and Hitler have been three main influences of Fat White Family. NBHAP author Louisa met Lias and Nathan Saoudi in Berlin and talked with them not just about that, but also about Lady Gaga, George Michael and their busking times in Berlin.
Three years after his latest release with Moderat, Sascha Ring aka Apparat recently returned to Mute Records with 'LP5'. Following their first encounter back in 2016, NBHAP author Louisa Zimmer met the acclaimed musician for a little walk through the ever-changing city Berlin, the place Apparat calls his home for the past 20 years.