Only rarely do we get the possibility to learn about the secrets behind our favourite musicians’ signature sounds. Ahead of the release of COMA’s new record, NBHAP editor Igor Franjić met with the duo in their studio in Cologne to talk about synthesizers, effects and all the other gadgets that brought "Voyage Voyage" to life.
The name Vagabon, like the vagabond evokes a certain romantic imagery of a lone wolf traveling from place to place without a home. Well, the singer and guitarist with the name inspired by it is also quite the globe-trotter. Attributed to her by her mother, the nickname stuck and now we caught Lætitia Tamko, aka Vagabon at her Berlin show before she flew off to another place.
After fifteen years in the industry the British independent rock institution takes a moment to look back on their career so far. Following their freshly released compilation album 'Black Gold' we caught up with Tom and Elliott to dive even deeper into the group's musical back catalogue.
Pulling off a whole album circling around the theme of motherhood coming from a male artist is - quite frankly speaking - exactly what we need in 2019. Devendra Banhart may be one of the few contemporary male artists who are able do that with a great deal of sensitivity, warmth and openness. His latest work 'Ma' combines all of these characteristics beautifully while approaching the topic in its full spectrum.
Somewhere in Latvia a few years ago, three young musicians got together to form a very special group. From there they set out to conquer the entire country and the rest of Europe. This is the story of a colorful band, Carnival Youth.
Earlier this year, we interviewed Kate Tempest about her new album ‘The Book of Traps and Lessons’, poetry, and her optimism in a world that feels all too dystopian sometimes. Now, that the album is out and the tour in full swing, we took a closer look at the performance and stagecraft of an artists who invokes a delicate balance between connectivity and introspection.
After ten years in the scene we take a closer look at the label that managed to add new shades of sound to the techno music territory. NBHAP head Norman caught up with label founder Paul Kadow to talk about the past decade and the company's philosophy.
The two faces of swans; pretty on the outside but cruelly aggressive on the inside. Taking the ambiguity to another level is the band with the same name. What started in the 80s as one of the most notorious metal bands, grew wings and flew off to dark folk-inspired grounds. For the release of the band's 15th LP, NBHAP editor Liv Toerkell sat down with front man Michael Gira to speak about his work.