The tender folk of this mysterious new artist really speaks for itself because he doesn't like to. Well, we still managed to talk to him and like to heavily recommend you the honest and raw sound of his new music.
The name Jade Bird could not be a better fit for this fiery musician with a voice like a nightingale. Merely 21 years old this girl has probably sang at more venues that you have been to and is about to release her first album on April 19.
‘We worry about your health’ is the statement that introduces the exciting debut album of the British singer Nilüfer Yanya. After two EPs and gigs with several namely artists like The XX, Interpol, and Sharon Van Etten it was about time. From the first listen on it is clear, that this is not a regular album but a conceptual piece of art. The fierce confidence the twenty-three-year-old radiates, when she is behind the microphone is a little less fierce in person, when we met the singer in Berlin.
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.
Who says Nordic pop has to be cold? Pom Poko from Norway have a different view on how to make music. The alternative, pop, punk, fusion of almost anything you can imagine, is good mood music with just the right dose of craziness. We caught up with the outfit to find out more about their unique sound.
We meet Marlena Lampinen and Linus Hillborg of the exciting Swedish strange noise label, as well as some of their artists, to talk Moloton history and electronic music's philosophy and practicality in Stockholm
These days iconic American rock band American Football are releasing their third studio album which is another brilliant testament of their unique sound. And they are only the tip of the iceberg. NBHAP editor Adam Turner-Heffer unravels the origins of the infamous 'emo' genre and explains why now is the right time to rediscover this era.
NBHAP editor Austin Maloney flew out to Reykjavík to meet the Icelandic trio and talk about their newly released album 'In The Dark' while also getting a 'behind the scenes' insight into their artistic life there.