On her new EP, 'DDVS', the Norwegian singer Marie Noreger explores her playful side - as an artist and as a person. We caught up with her to chat about the title of the EP and how she finds back to a childish carelessness within its five tracks.
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.
This week we are introducing an artist who is not quite new to the stage. Evan Uschenko band leader of Ghost Woman has been on tour with many other musicians and is now about to release his solo debut July first.
This week we spoke to the Oslo-based singer and songwriter Beharie. The artist just released his third EP "Beharie, the Third" and is part of the growing soul scene in his hometown. In our Introducing interview he talks about getting to know himself and how he found meditation in music.
Copenhagen-based singer and musician released her debut solo album "We Get Lost and Found". In our Introducing feature, she talks about finding the joy in singing again, and the hardship and beauty of motherhood. With the interview we updated our Introducing Spotify playlist with new and old releases from jazzy to acoustic and folky compositions.
Scottish producer and DJ Rebecca Vasmant's 2022 EP "Dance Yourself Free" delighted fans with its exciting and expressive style. NBHAP author Elana Shapiro sat down to talk to the artist about the record, performing in Berlin, her Scottish roots and the new music (and exciting collaborations) on the horizon.
Between ambient, neo-classical, and Jazz, Holland Andrews' music is first and foremost playfully experimental. On their latest release, the double EP "Wordplay / Forgettings" via LEITER the musician meditates on personal growth while exploring the wide range of their vocal performance. To highlight the release, we updated our Introducing playlist with songs by the singer.
Melbourne-based artist Allysha Joy is a key player of the local contemporary Jazz and Hip Hop scene and records with the collective 30/70 as well as solo. This Friday, she releases her sophomore record "Torn: Tonic". In our interview, she tells us about her relationship to Jazz, personal growth, and facing the struggles of working in the male-dominated music industry.