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The NBHAP Friends Book: MELT! Festival Edition Pt. 1

The NBHAP Friends Book: MELT! Festival Edition Pt. 1

Anne Tetzner and Ange Suprowicz July 25, 2014

NBHAP brought the infamous Friends Book to the 2014 MELT! and artists like William Fitzsimmons, Ballet School, WhoMadeWho and more contributed

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Revisiting Punk – 15 years of Mogwai’s ‘Come On Die Young’

Revisiting Punk – 15 years of Mogwai’s ‘Come On Die Young’

Henning Grabow July 24, 2014

With 'Come On Die Young' Mogwai once set standards for the post-rock-wave. Essentially though, their spirit is much more driven by a punk-ethos

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Dr. Passion Between Love & Hate

Dr. Passion Between Love & Hate

Henrik Boerger July 14, 2014

NBHAP had another strange encounter with Dr. Passion. As we tried to track him down we witnessed strange concert of James and Phantom/Ghost in Berlin

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Fashion Revolution Day 2014: Who made your clothes?

Fashion Revolution Day 2014: Who made your clothes?

Robert Helbig April 23, 2014

It's Fashion Revolution Day. Time to wear our clothes inside-out to help start the beginning of a transformation towards a more sustainable future.

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Oasis, 20 Years of ‘Definitely Maybe’ and the decline of working class art

Oasis, 20 Years of ‘Definitely Maybe’ and the decline of working class art

Norman Fleischer April 15, 2014

1994 saw the release of 'Definitely Maybe' and the rise of Oasis to Britain's new working glass heroes. NBHAP takes a look back on the album and its legacy

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Live shows, laptops and the democratic deficit

Live shows, laptops and the democratic deficit

Tom Hodge April 5, 2014

Tom Hodge of the project PIANO INTERRUPTED about the interaction between piano and computer, connecting the worlds of analogue and digital and how to make this connection come to life

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The Times Of The Stereotypical Man Are Over

The Times Of The Stereotypical Man Are Over

Asbjørn Toftdahl March 27, 2014

Who honors the heritage of David Bowie? Where is the visible diversity for men who don’t relate to the mainstream ideal? ASBJØRN on gender stereotypes.

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Ten Years After: Tiger Lou and ‘Is My Head Still On?’

Ten Years After: Tiger Lou and ‘Is My Head Still On?’

Rasmus Kellerman March 10, 2014

Ten years after the release of his debut album 'Is My Head Still On?' TIGER LOU frontman Rasmus Kellerman talks about the record

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The Difference That It Made: 30 Years of ‘The Smiths’

The Difference That It Made: 30 Years of ‘The Smiths’

Norman Fleischer February 17, 2014

30 years ago influential indie heroes The Smiths released their self-titled debut album. It was the start of a unique alliance. One you can hardly rebuild.Read More »

Ten Years Later: Franz Ferdinand, This Fire & the Aftermath

Ten Years Later: Franz Ferdinand, This Fire & the Aftermath

Norman Fleischer February 9, 2014

Ten years ago Scottish indie-rockers Franz Ferdinand released their critically acclaimed debu album. And the waves it caused are already modern history

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