Your place at NBHAP when it comes musical recommendations and specific sounds. We bring you our personal tips, carefully curated playlists and musical discoveries to make your life essentially better on the music front.
The current age of self isolation is forcing us to be creative, kill some time and maybe also do something we've never done before. Listening to music can be a great way of coping with the current situation and we decided to make a little challenge out of it. NBHAP head Norman is the first writer to participate in it by doing something he has never done before: Taking the time to explore the music of iconic British band Radiohead. Here's his personal daily diary.
With her furious mixture of multiple genres and her fearless attitude Mathangi „Maya“ Arulpragasam won the world by storm back in 2005. In reflection "Arular" was not just ahead of its time but turned out to be quite prophetic as well. NBHAP author Anna Stich reflects on the record that is still pretty much on point.
How to cope with the current isolation setting caused by the Corona virus outbreak? Well, we all got different way ot dealing with the quarantine but music is a great possibility to escape the struggle. And we're happy to have an musical expert like Anders Trentemøller on board to provide a fitting soundtrack. And compared to his usual output this one might surprise you.
After the release of his latest record 'Ricky Music', Aaron Maine aka Porches gives us a little insight into one of his favorite records. Written over the past two years it traces the artist's search for clarity in times of anger, joy and sadness. Over that period of time, Tirzah's record 'Devotion' was one that kept him constant company. So, in case you're not familiar with it yet here comes a personal recommendation.
The world would be a much duller place without rock’n’roll music in it. In fact, without Black Rebel Motorcycle Club in it. A powerful, raw guitar sound that shakes you thoroughly and resonates a feeling of uproar and , if needed, a certain will to strive against the stream will always remain valid. The boldness and drive that come along with rock music in its purest form have never disappeared, despite the genre being declared dead multiple times over the past decades.