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“Stop Fighting Artists”: Why You Should Know About The Union Of Musicians And Allied Workers

Rants about Spotify and their questionable practices as the top dog of the streaming industry have become an established tradition of pop-cultural criticism, but rarely do comments lead to action. Following up on the Joe Rogan conflict with the Swedish company, NBHAP co-head Andreas caught up with musician and activist Joel Jerome from the "Union Of Musicians And Allied Workers" to find out more on the organisation and how to get involved.

Down The Heart Of Tenderness: Spot On The Sincere Chamber Folk Of Sprout

Meg Grooters, aka Sprout, is a buzzing new act on the horizon and just released a stunning self-titled debut EP, which sparkles with delicate sentiments. Discover the wondrous flair of the artist along with a selection of other fine tunes you should know about in a new edition of our 'Introducing' playlist.

Shared Spaces: Noah Slee on Healing, Community, and “it takes a village”

Change cannot be achieved by a single person. It takes a community, it takes a village. For the Berlin-based artist Noah Slee community plays a special role when it comes to dealing with personal and collective trauma. We spoke to the singer about inspiring change, healing, and the role of community in his music making.

Life Is Yours: How Foals Celebrate Post-Pandemic Relief With Their Euphoric New Album

There is life beyond all the doom and gloom. And it’s yours. In a perfectly time release stunt, British guitar icons Foals reinvent themselves by stripping down their worn-out formula and release a life-embracing record that celebrates moments of dance and togetherness, following the two-year long pandemic break. It’s the right sound for much needed moments of relief and also the start of a new chapter for the band who’s now a trio. NBHAP’s Norman Fleischer met with the group at their recent tour stop in Berlin.

Bending and Breaking Time: Sinead O’Brien On Language and Her Debut LP

There is a certain aura of mystery surrounding Sinead O’Brien. The Irish singer and writer might best be described as an artist. She is not just a singer but a poet, not just a poet but a designer, not just a designer but a musician. O'Brien's debut "Time Bend and Break the Bower" veils itself in the cloak of her multi-layered artistry. We caught up with the artist to see what's underneath.