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Eliza Shaddad

NBHAP’s 50 Best Songs Of 2021

It's been a turbulent and confusing year in many mays. But there's one thing the second pandemic year in a row hasn't been lacking of: plenty of good music to get us through these months of uncertainty between hope and despair. And for those of you who might have lost track in the daily storm of new releases we got you covered once again with a mighty list that includes those tracks that we'll connect with 2021 forever
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16/07/21: Chet Faker, Eliza Shaddad, Novaa, Clairo, Charli Adams

Every Friday music fans are faced with the same burning question: What to listen to from the sheer endless sea of new albums, EPs and other releases? Don't worry, the people of NBHAP are here to help you with that. Our very own release roundup gives you a quick overview on the music that matters the most this week.
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Eliza Shaddad On The Importance Of Tori Amos’ 1992 Debut LP “Little Earthquakes” For Her Life

Isn't it wonderful to have a record that travels with you throughout most of life's weird twists and turns? For British songwriter Eliza Shaddad the iconic debut album by her American colleague Tori Amos is exactly such a piece of music. In the wake of her upcoming new album "The Woman You Want" we asked Eliza to write down a few personal thoughts on that record that shaped her understanding of music.
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Listen AHEAD Playlist Update: Núria Graham

The talented songwriter returns with a gentle new single and we really think you should give it a spin. This week's selection of promising new artists also features tracks from Fassine, Little Misty, Eliza Shaddad, Fluqx, Fay Wildhagen and more.
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NBHAP’s 50 Best Songs Of 2019

Reflection time, girls and boys. As the year is heading for its final moments we take a moment to look back on the best songs of 2019. These are the fifty tunes you should definitely know before this decade ends, so hurry up and have a listen.
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