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.
Who else is missing the sweaty crowds, packed in tiny basement concert venues? Who else is missing the summer evenings spent dancing in front of an open-air stage? We have all had to adapt, these days but that also means that we are forced to get creative. And this streaming series combines the best of multiple worlds.
The Swiss rockers unleash a dirty rock and roll fever dream on their latest single "Telephone". Find it on top of our newcomer playlist along with must-listen recommendations by Beverly Moon, Alex St John, Kris Yute, Skullcruser and more promising artists.
The current Corona crisis causes an existential economical struggle for many people working in the field of live music and this also affects some of our most loved summer events. The charming Alinæ Lumr is an old favourite of ours and following the cancellation of their 2020 edition, they call for your help to make next year's festival happen. Needless to say, we support this cause on all levels.
The talented Russian artist returns with her dreamy new lo-fi pop gem "Кто же Ты" and we got it for you as part of our newcomer playlist. Along with arrive fresh songs by Pottery, Human Love, Rosa Rendl, Girl Friday and other acts you should definitely know about.
The uplifting "Derailed" is a joful teaser from the songwriter's new full-length and it's streaming right now in our newcomer playlist along with music by Freya Beer, Sinead O' Brien, bdrmm, River Into Lake and other precious treasures.
His summerly track "The Sun Is Up Forever" is a fitting musical companion for the current spring season. Check it out in our playlist along with new music by Boniface, Nelson Kempf, Rozelle, KOKO and more talented newcomers.
The Danish dark wave pop producer returns with his first new single in three years and a beautiful music video by director Martin Garde Abildgaard which we kindly debut today. On top of it we caught up with the Trentemøller protégé about the song's story.
The Irish artist is one to look out for. Catch her new single "What I'd Do For You" right now as well as a little Q&A our author Austin Maloney had with her. On top of it our newcomer playlist also gives you highly recommendable material from BLOXX, Martin Baltser, Alex Porat, Two People, Shaefri and more.
With a serious touch of romantic singer-songwriter's art, met by an electronic and mellow charm, the Austrian-Icelandic duo Oehl is one of the most adventurous output German-speaking pop has to offer right now. NBHAP author Andreas met up with the two masterminds behind the project to talk about sources for their lyrical output, the art of borrowing and why they do not want to write songs about mobile devices.