There are surely a lot of things we can be thankful for in life. Gentrification isn't one of them though as Death Cab For Cutie rightfully point out on their latest album 'Thank You For Today' that deals with the challenges many places are facing today including its effect on people. Opening up a new chapter with their ninth album after longterm member Chris Walla's departure, the Seattle based band returns dealing with serious issues, but in high spirits.
It's been a while so we decided to catch up with beloved musician Alice Phoebe Lou once again to talk with her about her life as a young independent artist, a free spirit and the progress behind her long awaited new studio album.
Booking, vibe and the deliberate attempt to challenge its audience: Poland’s OFF Festival is the anti-thesis to mere cheerfulness. You leave it being a little more aware of how every event, moment and piece of art is just as likely as its complete opposite.
About 16 years ago British psychedelic rockers The Coral became the UK's hottest new indie band for a while. In the wake of their already ninth studio album NBHAP editor Louisa confronted the guys with a new generation of bands and it turns out they aren't the biggest fans of their successors.
While many festivals are happening in your homeland or even hometown, this year we got the chance to took the plane and flying east – straight to the beautiful city of Cluj-Napoca into the electronic wilderness of Electric Castle.
After We Were Promised Jetpacks recently revealed that they changed labels to Big Scary Monsters, the beloved Scotsmen now officially announced their new, fourth album, 'The More I Sleep The Less I Dream'. We got the new single 'Hanging In' streaming for you below as well as facts, trivia and some words of the guys themselves about this new record.
After over two decades in the European music festival scene Melt! appears to be at a crossroad between the past and the future. NBHAP head Norman attended the event for the first time in nine years, finding both - new ideas and familiar feelings. Here's his personal review of the 2018 event.