In the wake of the band's freshly released new EP 'Remedy' Rafiq Bhatia opens up about their decision to team up with a political project for it.
A talk with Irish singer and songwriter Robotnik about mental health issues, the music industry and why he disagrees with a recent scientific assumption.
Rethinking corporate value in the age of DIY production? Michelle Verhoeven wonders whether the music industry needs to stick to its old structures.
How can we use our passion for art to resist the growing threat from populist regimes? We start with one of the most urgent places.
In the wake of the permanent feeling of a global crisis it seems as if we don't know where exactly start making a change. This is a project that is actually making a difference.
The USA are facing an important decision to make. No matter who wins the basic problems will remain. Artist Jim Kroft looked into the hearts and minds of the people in this troubled country.
The Digital Age has blurred the lines between music, promotion and presentation. But what does it mean to be a musician on today's Internet? NBHAP editor Igor Franjic is explaining the different status quo.
The last place on Earth you would think art and culture is in a fusing stage is Tehran, Iran. NOTHING BUT HOPE AND PASSION took its plane ticket, its cameras and its audio recorders this summer to check the state of the iranian capital art scene. It's only the first time you hear about Tehran here, therefore see that as an introduction before further developments.