Every Friday music fans are faced with the same burning question: What to listen to from the sheer endless sea of new albums, EPs and other releases? Don't worry, the NBHAP staff is here to help you with that. Our very own release roundup gives you a quick overview on the music that matters the most this week.
Twelve months of great musical releases have passed and at the end of it it's time to recap the best of them like we always do when then the year is about to close its curtain. So, without further ado please find the fifty albums that impressed us the most during the past 12 months right here and feel happily invited to fall in love with those brilliant records as well.
Reflection time, girls and boys. As the year is heading for its final moments we take a moment to look back on the best songs of 2019. These are the fifty tunes you should definitely know before this decade ends, so hurry up and have a listen.
Earlier this year, we interviewed Kae Tempest about their new album ‘The Book of Traps and Lessons’, poetry, and their optimism in a world that feels all too dystopian sometimes. Now, that the album is out and the tour in full swing, we took a closer look at the performance and stagecraft of an artists who invokes a delicate balance between connectivity and introspection.
Ten years of music, ten personal stories. The writers of NBHAP are given the opportunity to resume about the records that excited them the most during the past decade. This is a subjective reflection rather than an ultimate conclusion. Longtime editor Henning weaves his fibres into the bigger picture.
Kae Tempest – like the stormy weather, like the Shakespearian drama. Hiding behind their powerful spoken-word performances is an artist with just as a stormy mind and eagerness as the wild blonde curls. We caught up with the British poet and rapper to chat about their forthcoming album 'The Book Of Traps And Lessons'.