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Q&A with Glabs

Here we ask this Promising Artist about his inspirations, taking the production reigns, all-time favourite artists, ones to watch from the French music scene, and whether we might be hearing more from Glabs in the near future.


Most Promising Artists of January

While Still Woozy, Patawawa, The Howl & The Hum, Lilly Ahlberg and Emily Burns may be brand new to you, it won’t be long before they make a regular appearance among your go-to acts.


Q&A with O-SHiN

The Swedish artist quickly grabbed the attention of our users here at HumanHuman and became a Promising Discovery about a month ago.


2017 In Review

The most notable moments of 2017, including Most Agreed Discovery, Most Trending Feature, Fastest Feature, Quick Riser, Most Featured User, Most Popular User, Best Newcomer, Feedback Star and Most Read Article.


Q&A with Jinka

As soon as Transylvanian left-field pop artist Jinka reached that 100% promising status, we knew that we had to ask this fascinating newcomer a few questions about her unique sound and deep-thinking creativity.


Q&A with Klune

Right at the start of December, Italian electronic-pop band Klune became a Promising Discovery. It’s been three years since the trio came together, and through that time Klune have gone through transitions in their search for perfectionist pop music.



Last month served up an astonishing thirty-five Promising Discoveries from a wealth of locations and a whole range of musical genres, and one of those artists hailing from London, Ontario is Jonathan Zarola aka UNBLOOM.


Q&A with BATTS

In the last year, Promising Artist BATTS has moved from a world of spacey electronics into raw, genuine, indie-folk informed songwriting.


Q&A with HÅN

With a debut EP on the way, we’re keen to learn more about rising, alternative talent HÅN. Here we discuss her music, songwriting, the Italian music scene and some of her favourite artists right now.


Dot to Dot: Stand Together

New music festival Dot to Dot will go ahead as planned in Manchester, Nottingham and Bristol this weekend, because as they say, “We can’t forget what’s happened, but we don’t want to let fear and hate stop us.” And so, we’d like to recommend our favourite artists and bands to go see in this act of solidarity and love.


20 Under 20

We select twenty of the most promising artists and bands who happen to be under the age of twenty and at the cusp of blossoming careers in music.


Women in Music

For our third International Women’s Day we’re back with a new set of contributors to celebrate, challenge and inform on what it means to be a woman in the music industry right now.


Deconstructing Musical Trends for 2017

By deconstructing the musical trends found across HumanHuman discoveries in 2016, we’d like to believe we’re able to predict what will reach the mainstream for 2017. See what you think of these past and future sounds.


2016 In Review

The most notable moments of 2016, including Most Agreed Discovery, Most Trending Feature, Fastest Feature, Quick Riser, Most Discussed Discovery, Most Featured User, Best Newcomer, Feedback Star and Most Read Article.


Most Promising Artists of October

In sync with seasonal changes the world over, our community has cherry-picked artists to suit that transitional feeling, especially Serpentwithfeet, Zoey Lily, Abi Ocia, Yellow Days and Giungla.

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