A Kid of the 90s but feeling older. Dreamer and proactive deplacer of inevitable truths. In a love/hate relationship with the Internet and digital world. Too introverted to be anything else but hopeful and passionate about these strange and beautiful times we live in. A romantic cynicist.
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Amidst the people, noise, hectic and omnipresent music that haul the streets of Hamburg during the Reeperbahn Festival, we sat down with this loveable Danish threesome to talk their roots as a band, how not to think too much about your career, diversity in music and stupid band names.
As you should be aware of by now, one of NBHAP’s favourite times of the year is coming up: From September 19th to 22nd, Hamburg’s calling for its infamous Reeperbahn Festival. We’ll keep you updated on what to see and where to go, of course. But today, there’s something else to discuss.
Booking, vibe and the deliberate attempt to challenge its audience: Poland’s OFF Festival is the anti-thesis to mere cheerfulness. You leave it being a little more aware of how every event, moment and piece of art is just as likely as its complete opposite.
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 We Were Promised Jetpacks recently revealed that they changed labels to Big Scary Monsters, the beloved Scotsmen now officially announced their new, fourth album, 'The More I Sleep The Less I Dream'. We got the new single 'Hanging In' streaming for you below as well as facts, trivia and some words of the guys themselves about this new record.
As it was to be expected, 'Silent Wave' is quite a contradictory title for the Swede's first glimpse into their Denovali debut record. Lovers of noisy independent rock should embrace these guys as fast as possible.
Beethoven, Stockhausen and Master Of The Universe - Welcome to John Maus' web of references and one of my most unique interview experiences so far. Take a seat, take your time and join me for an existential phone call about the end of everything. Well, maybe.