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.
New year, new music - and in the following months we advice you to take a closer look at Benz, The Other End, Jez_ebel, Whenyoung, SASAMI, Becky And The Birds and more. Get to know them a bit better right here.
With their debut album The Dog And The Future, Agar Agar have proven to be Paris’ latest electropop sensation. NBHAP editor Louisa met the duo in Berlin to talk about the Parisian music scene and what bands from it you should definitely have on your radar.
West Kirby - a seaside town half an hour train ride away from Liverpool - is the place where Bill Ryder-Jones records and writes his music. NBHAP author Louisa visited him in his hometown to get an insight into his latest record 'Yawn' and also beyond that.
Hamburg is the city where the Beatles were once started out. And it comes naturally that the city’s festival Reeperbahn Festival is a power plant for young bands waiting to be discovered. One of them are Pip Blom, a young band based in Amsterdam, who have been touring with names such as Garbage or Franz Ferdinand. We sat down to talk with them at the Beatles statue - where else?
About 16 years ago British psychedelic rockers The Coral became the UK's hottest new indie band for a while. In the wake of their already ninth studio album NBHAP editor Louisa confronted the guys with a new generation of bands and it turns out they aren't the biggest fans of their successors.
Finally, NBHAP returns to the wonderful Flow Festival in Helsinki. And while we're definitely looking forward to amazing headliner performances from the Arctic Monkeys to Lauryn Hill we also can't wait to discover brand new music. Well, and that brings us directly to the local music scene.