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Watch: Nick Hakim - “Roller Skates” Video

Green Twins Due Out May 19 via ATO

May 02, 2017

Nick Hakim is a promising new neo-soul artist, originally from Washington DC, who is releasing his debut album, Green Twins, on May 19 via ATO.  More

Under the Radar Announces Spring 2017 Issue with Father John Misty on the Cover

Issue 60 Also Includes Interviews with alt-J, Grandaddy, Jarvis Cocker, Mount Eerie, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Perfume Genius, Slowdive, Little Dragon, London Grammar, Mew, Real Estate, Goldfrapp, The New Pornographers and Much More

Apr 07, 2017

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of our Spring 2017 Issue, which is out now digitally via Under the Radar's app and the magazine app Readly. The print version is about to ship out to subscribers and stores and will be on all newsstands soon (as well as available soon digitally via the magazine apps Zinio and Readly). More

Listen: Nick Hakim - “Green Twins”

Green Twins Due Out May 19 via ATO

Apr 03, 2017

Nick Hakim is a promising new neo-soul artist, originally from Washington DC, who is releasing his debut album, Green Twins, on May 19 via ATO.  More

Watch: Nick Hakim - “Bet She Looks Like You” Video

Green Twins Due Out May 19 via ATO

Mar 28, 2017

Nick Hakim is a promising new neo-soul artist, originally from Washington DC, who is releasing his debut album, Green Twins, on May 19 via ATO. More


Interviews

Nick Hakim

Blended Soul

May 18, 2017

After speaking with Nick Hakim about the background of his debut album, Green Twins, you come away with the impression that he'd just as soon let the music do the talking. Hakim also doesn't put too much thought into being labeled a neo soul artist, or for that matter, any specific classification of his sound. More


Reviews

Nick Hakim: Green Twins

Nick Hakim: Green Twins

ATO

May 19, 2017

It's always exciting when soul music gets a new nightingale, with a distinct swag from his own select persuasions. When the likes of D'Angelo, John Legend, and Leon Bridges appear, a warmth enters the air around the speakers they call through and the vibe turns groovier. More