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.
Ahead of her new album British songwriter had to face another even more important challenge in life. And while a situation like this might scare lots of people it actually encouraged her to take her art to a new level. Being an independent musician and a caring mother simultaneously can be posisble and right here Mara Simpson tells her personal story about that.
After twenty years in the business people still tend to mistake Dido Armstrong for a redundant Top 40 pop artist when the reality looks actually quite different. With her comeback LP 'Still On My Mind' and an accompanying world tour on the horizon NBHAP Norman is trying to rehabilitate her reputation.
On their fifth full-length the acclaimed Oxford-based rock band starts a new chapter in their successful career. More than ever this chapter is directly inspired by the world they live in but despite all the fascination for doom and gloom there's also a hopeful note about it. Time for a talk with band leader Yannis Philippakis about the whole misery.
Ahead of their first ever performance in Cologne, we asked Laufey, Margrét and Sólveig to play a game with us. We laughed and learned a lot with one of Iceland’s finest exports and now you can do, too!
Craig Beaton, legendary figure of the Scottish indie music scene and his musical partner Graeme Smillie announced a final musical statement as A Mote Of Dust before the man quite possibly stops music alltogether. We owed it to him, that in this (possibly) last interview he got all the room he needed to explain himself. It became quite an extensive one: Honest to the bone, furious, warm and smart. Just like Craig Beaton's music...
We live in historical times and one of the most important events that's about to define an entire generation is only little more than a month away. When NBHAP editor Stefan Ibrahim caught up with acclaimed composer Matthew Herbert four months there was no plan for Brexit and unluckily not much has changed ever since. And that doesn't make his new project less fascinating.