Over five hours of frantic and energetic music against the desperation some of you might feel right now. We rearranged our mighty selection and included new music by Shame, Rina Sawayama, Run The Jewels, Metz, 100 gecs, Cloud Nothings, Amyl And The Sniffers and other beloved artists. Crank up the volume, everybody!
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 people of NBHAP are here to help you with that. Our very own "Release Radar" gives you a quick overview on the music that matters the most this week.
The new year is barely two weeks old and we're already pretty tired by it, maybe because we all still carry the luggage from 2020 with us. What a weird couple of months it has been but there's still hope for the future right. Shame, for a example, are finally back with their second studio album this week. So, we thought maybe they could help us to put this new year in perspective.
The 2020 holiday season will be a bit different than the last ones, a bit more lonely maybe for many of us or at least a bit more intimate. And maybe that's not the worst thing to happen in order to return to the core of the Christmas spirit. As always music can be a helpful ally in a time of despair and that's why we stocked up our moody festive playlist with great songs by some of your and our favourite artists. May this selection help you to get through this bleak winter time.
The holidays doesn't have to look and sound like an overdosed soda commercial. Instead we think Christmas should remind us of the things that matter, friends, family while also offering us moments of contemplation in those chaotic times. So, yes there are fitting songs to celebrate this mood, kindly provided by Molly Burch, Phoebe Bridgers, Sufjan Stevens, The National, LCD Soundsystem, Shame and more.
A musical outlet for those times when you just need to get a bit louder. Including music by IDLES, Shame, Ho99o9, METZ, Amly And The Sniffers, Deafheaven, HEALTH, The Soft Moon, Death Grips, Bully, Iceage and many more.
Another year full of releases has 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 them as well.
It's that special time of the year again, girls and boys. We're recapping the best music of the past twelve months, starting today with the fifty most wonderful songs that happen to make it through our air waves in 2018. Needless to say you need to listen to those before the year is over.
About 16 years ago British psychedelic rockers The Coral became the UK's hottest new indie band for a while. In the wake of their already ninth studio album NBHAP editor Louisa confronted the guys with a new generation of bands and it turns out they aren't the biggest fans of their successors.