New Zealand artist Noah Slee is known for challenging the meaning of soul music. Influenced by Bob Marley, Marvin Gaye, Billie Holiday and Fela Kuti; Slee likes to remind us that Thom Yorke‘s ‘The Eraser’ is actually the track that he considers as formative to the sound he came to compose today. Noah Slee has also a Tongan heritage and lived in Brisbane for a while before relocating to Berlin. More than music, the artist is coming with a piece of life and experience. On his upcoming debut album ‘Otherland’, that he produced with Ben Esser, Slee promises ‘a soulful exploration of freedom and spiritual progression’.