British singer and songwriter Shura is about to release her sophomore record 'Forevher'. We caught up with the busy bee in Berlin to talk about her music, moving to New York, Religion, and Pablo Neruda.
London is having a great musical run so far in 2019. With artists like Shura, Kate Tempest, IDER the city is bursting with creative energies. And you wouldn’t be able to speak about London’s fierce artistic scene without mentioning Marika Hackman. The singer has dabbled in various genres so far, and decided to not settle down. So, we had a chat with the down to earth woman to figure out what’s behind the vast musical facade.
A few weeks back, British house formation Hot Chip released their seventh studio album 'A Bath Full Of Ecstasy'. The record differs from their former works and is worth talking about - so we caught up with the band members Joe Goddard and Felix Martin.
From August 23 to 25, one of Germany's best kept festival secrets opens its doors for the fifth time. However, this is not just your usual get together of inspiring independent musicians but a passionate project that structurally helps in a region where politics partly already surrendered. And we think you should all know about this.
The alternative pop duo IDER – made up of Megan and Lily two talented musicians and singers – have a very special bond. They have been living and working together for six years. Now, IDER is about to release their debut record 'Emotional Education' and caught up with NBHAP editor Liv Toerkell to chat about the making off, pop music, and their friendship.
How can music unite us and be a catalyst for positive change? We took a look at examples in Serbia, Dublin, and London - three places which hopefully inspire more places all over the globe to get active.
After critically acclaimed instrumental releases producer Scott Hansen is opening a new chapter for his project. What might feel strange at the beginning is actually the next logical step in his restless artistic adventure. We caught up with the Californian artist.
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.
Moderate singles and a failed comeback on international television: the long-hoped end of Madonna was conjured unapologetically on all media platforms. It is a tough time to defend her, but with her newest record she reminds us that it is not easy to diminish her. As an female artist who evolves pop culture for more than three decades now, detractors should choose more wisely who they try to shut down.
Releasing a double album in 2019? Bold move. Writing a song about synthesizer brands? Even bolder. Or in other words: The Divine Comedy are back. On their eleventh studio album, the band from Northern Ireland returns with unstoppable curiosity, wit and love for imagination while the storytelling circles around one theme in particular: Office Politics. A title enough to stretch the band's already existing creative dimensions even further and leaving a lot of room for brilliantly witty observations.