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.
Coming from Atlanta, Georgia, is an unusual mix of genres. Faye Webster is fusing floaty, Pedal-Steel-heavy Southern country influences with smooth RnB beats. We caught up with the young musician to chat about her unique forthcoming album, baseball and more.
When I say Blues, a vivid image probably crosses your mind: somewhere in the deep South of the United States, a man, an acoustic guitar that has had better days, a scarcely lit bar around midnight, a half-empty glass of whiskey. But the genre is much more relevant than just a moody soundtrack to a post-breakup movie scene. We met the Blues Duo Larkin Poe, who shatter all clichés with fierce girl power and a contemporary twist to playing the Blues.
Our next label in focus sits at the heart of the Russian experimental, electronic and club scene - we catch up with Gost Zvuk as they celebrate their fifth anniversary. Come and join us for a trip into the country's adventurous underground.
16 years after its initial release the band's first EP gets a proper vinyl edition, along with B-Sides and previously unreleased music. NBHAP head and longtime Tiger Lou lover Norman caught up with mastermind Rasmus Kellerman to talk about nostalgia, new beginnings and finding your place in life.
In the 21st century we don’t just live in the age of fast food, fast fashion but also in the age of fast music. The songs on the radio blend into one, way too easily digestible, blob of auto tunes and synthesizers. But some still do it right. We met the British electronica four piece HÆLOS, who aren’t just wizards of the 'buttons and wires' but also classically trained musicians with a passion to make music meaningful again.
Get your eyeliner, lipstick and scrubby hairstyle ready, kids! NBHAP head Norman is taking a trip back to 1989 as he reflects on one of his favourite albums of all time and the timeless dark magic it continues to spread till this day. And even if you're not a dedicated fan of the band yet, this might be the right time to start.
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.
After a year of more or less omnipresence of the English city, our editor Jessi finally travelled to Bristol, to discover what makes it such a rich ground for creativity, music, and community. Here is what she found.