We’re constantly having our eyes on the future of music, look for exciting new talents and those artists and songs that might change your life. NBHAP’s ‘Ahead’ category is the place for first movers, musical explorers and those of you who’d like to discover new sounds before all your cool friends.
The epic "Meal Deal" is another teaser from the duo's anticipated debut EP and it's opening our newcomer playlist this week. In In it you'll also get new songs by Linda Rum, Alexander Biggs, Boy With Apple, Vola Tila and other talents.
The buzzing newcomers deliver a catchy argument for the timelessness of British guitar music. Don't miss their new single "I See Your Ghost" on top of our newcomer playlist, along with exciting new picks by HighSchool, Joni, Laura Fell, Luca Wilding, Villa Rivercat and more.
The mighty "Break You" is opening our newcomer playlist this week along with fresh tracks by Shelter Boy, Hannah's Little Sister, Loaver, Famous Letter Writer and Florence Arman. Don't miss these musical treasures.
Come and fall for the magic spell of her song "Curve A Line" and experience it in our newcomer playlist along with fresh material by Coach Party, SKIA, Keep Dancing Inc, ALSACE and other promising talents.
The charismatic songwriter delivers a smooth piece of laidback bliss on his latest single "Follow". Catch it now in our newcomer playlist along with fresh material from Spunsugar, Pls Pls Me, Aalok Bala, Lupin and other new talents.
The Norwegian artist returns with a lovely new single called "Where To Go" and you can catch it now in our newcomer playlist along with tracks from Liam Thomas, Pillow Queens, We Will Kaleid, The Holy, Pixey and more. NBHAP author Austin Maloney took the time to catch up with the beloved artist.
The Luxembourg-based duo delivers a powerful call for equality on their latest single and we got it waiting for you in our newcomer playlist today along with great new music from Henry Hall, Body Double, Eades, Marie Noreger, Julia Logan and other exciting artists.
Today is the eleventh of September – a date engrained in most of the people’s memories. 9/11 lies almost twenty years in the past now, yet many remain scarred by the horrific incident that shook the very foundations of New York City. A city crumbling to pieces right in front of your eyes is a sight you won’t forget for the rest of your life. The musicians Tobias Preisig and Lukasz Polowczyk both witnessed the Twin Towers collapse – an experience that reflects into the music of the new project Aint About Me.
Our beloved annual gathering in Hamburg takes place from September 16th to the 19th. That is as much of a news in this extraordinary year as it is reason for doubts, questions, anxiety and maybe also a little euphoria. The RBF 2020 is an experiment that is for sure. And it won't be comparable to anything we've come to love about this event over the years. So where are the gains in this?