Two weeks to go until this year’s edition of Poland’s most unpredictable taste-maker festival: The OFF Festival 2018 once again gathers artists that are trending, artists you never heard of and sounds you barely expect at a Pop Music Event.
After over two decades in the European music festival scene Melt! appears to be at a crossroad between the past and the future. NBHAP head Norman attended the event for the first time in nine years, finding both - new ideas and familiar feelings. Here's his personal review of the 2018 event.
Looking for a musical companion on hot summer days. Our beloved Spotify playlist for the sunny season now comes with refreshing additions from the field of ambient, chillout electronica, 80s dream pop, jazz and other balearic pleasures. Get yourself a cold drink and give it a spin.
The beloved open air event in Germany delivers yet another outstanding line-up including The xx, Florence + The Machine, Fever Ray, Jon Hopkins, Tune-Yards, Tyler, The Creator, Cigarettes After Sex, Little Dragon and many more. Time to raise excitement with a really special mixtape.
Following a four year long absence we're happy to be finally back in Barcelona, reporting from Europe's best festivals with the most impressive line-up, including pretty much all of your favourite bands. But even if you won't be making it to the festival in person the Primavera Sound will bring you some of 2018's finest performances directly into your living room.
Editors, Nils Frahm, EELS, Jon Hopkins, Young Fathers, The Kills and many more. In its eighth edition Maifeld Derby Festival again provides a stunning line-up between established headliners, fresh newcomers and upcoming starts.
Five years after stepping into the limelight the British producer returns with his anticipated fifth album which is way more than just a really great electronic music album - it's an existential reflection on life in general.
It became an ongoing tradition on NBHAP to have all those 'End-Of-The-Year'-lists followed by an outlook of what lies ahead of us. So, buckle up and take a closer look what (hopefully) great albums might happen to us over the course of the next months.