On January 16, 1998 two young French electronic music producers released a record that would not only change their lives but also those of many others all around the world. In the wake of its 20th birthday it's once again time to enjoy this beauty.
The occasion might be a tragic one but that doesn't make the music of the Irish pop/rock four piece less wonderful. And while everybody's talking about 'Zombie' and 'Dreams' I got a different story to tell about my connection to Dolores O'Riordan and her band.
We've been following these young gentlemen around for quite some time. Now that Shame are finally releasing what turns out to be one of the finest debut albums of indie rock in recent times, it's time for another reminder of their greatness, kids!
The rise and fall at the game of thrones could not be faster and more exposed than in female pop music. A strong image and social media persona have become more relevant than ever. But what if this strategy suddenly cracks and your household name gets more and more scratches on its label? A reflection by NBHAP's Kai Hermann.
What makes a music video truly great? The answer can obviously only be a subjective one but it's always nice to get it from professionals who know a thing or two about that special art form. So, that's why we asked them for this year's visually stunning clip recap.
Driven by his own creative compass, German producer Tobias Siebert continues to walk his very own path towards artistic enlightenment. The second studio album by his musical alter ego is an ambitious adventure, driven by the restless musician.
No romanticisim and false delusions? From an economic perspective becoming a musician sounds like a truly foolish idea in 2017. Deniz Çiçek of Hamburg-based wave pop duo Kraków Loves Adana, did it anyway, learned to live with it and reflects on that decision in this encouraging guest article for NBHAP.