So far, the promised “better 2021” looks an awful lot like 2020, right? Will it give the live music industry a chance to return or is that option already off the table? Time to address a few of the most burning questions: Is it safe to go to a concert in 2021? How can we best protect ourselves? Why should we head outdoors? NBHAP editor Igor Franjić did some research to give us answers.
Lookking for your next favourite band? Well, we have a few personal favourites we're rooting for in the new year. Get to know Tara Nome Doyle, Working Men's Club, Bdrmm, Monako, Das Body, People Club and more talented new artists you'll definitely hear more from in the next months.
Only rarely do we get the possibility to learn about the secrets behind our favourite musicians’ signature sounds. Ahead of the release of COMA’s new record, NBHAP editor Igor Franjić met with the duo in their studio in Cologne to talk about synthesizers, effects and all the other gadgets that brought "Voyage Voyage" to life.
What are the secret ingredients to putting up an exciting live show? We sat down with Roosevelt to discuss his approaches to performing live as an electronic producer and hear what he says about his contemporaries.
What does the homestead of 2018's Way Back When Festival have to offer? NBHAP editor Igor asked local band Walking On Rivers and photographer Nicole Stieben to show him around the still way too underrated city.
10 years after the release of Coldplay's most adventurous album, NBHAP writer Igor Franjic reflects on his relationship with the record and how it shaped him as a music listener (but also how the band lost him on the way).
In spite of being part of the so-called Cologne szene, Xul Zolar have always been, acted and sounded different. In an exclusive interview recorded in the band's rehearsal room, Xul Zolar talk with NBHAP editors Chris Hegholtz and Igor Franjić about how they overcame their inhibitions and created one of this year's finest debut albums, that is 'Fear Talk'.