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.
Danish dark pop artist Thomas Bertelsen is finally releasing his debut full-length "Future Ruins" these days and we couldn't have thought of a better person to add new gloomy flavour to our nocturnal Spotify playlist. So, if you're still looking for a good soundtrack for the current fall and winter season don't look any further and experience it right here.
From much loved favourites like Angel Olsen, Bill Callahan, Ólafur Arnalds, Fenne Lily or Adrianne Lenker right to brand new talents like CATT, Le Ren, Sand Co., Vaarin and Maya Hawke. These 100 tracks are fitting companions for the upcoming Covid winter days.
When Kid A was released in October 2000, the listenership was torn between judging the musical pretentiousness all the way to glorifying artistic ingenuity of the band’s fourth studio album. NBHAP author Andreas put the needle to the record once more and invites you to take the tour with him.
How do you keep an overview about the countless new releases in the world of music? Well, easier said than done but thank god the staff of NBHAP keeps an overview. In this column one from the team personnally reflects on the past four weeks and the music that matters during this time. This time it's the turn of CEO Norman to ramble about our favourite passion in the world.
Fifty years after the legendary guitarist Jimi Hendrix died his music and message are far from obsolete. Here is an argument by longtime fan and NBHAP Editor Liv Toerkell on why you should listen to the music the incredible artist left behind.