The day is coming to a close. The remaining daylight will swallow whatever is in front of us, little by little dragging this valuable present moment into the past. No matter how much we are trying to hold on to it. And with it, some thoughts and hopes will eventually fade away, too. Laying bare, an increased feeling of melancholy. A sensation so profound, Kevin Morby's new album 'Sundowner' takes us on a journey through those fleeting twilight hours full of magic and tristesse. A spirit of the times hovering above it all.
On October 17, 2000 the short-lasting nu metal hype reached a potential peak when the Jacksonville-based heavyweights released their third full-length and the lines between alternative culture and mainstream pop went full blurry. In retrospect it was a weird time and a weird form of music and NBHAP head Norman Fleischer was really into it. Two decades later, he's sharing a personal reflection of it right here.
The Canadian artist's new album is a slow-burning, spellbinding masterpiece. NBHAP author Austin Maloney spoke to her about her journey with herself, and the strands she tied together to make "Someone New".
With their anticipated first LP "Deep And Rolling Green" about to be dropped, NBHAP author Andreas took the opportunity to zoom up the Norwegian three-piece to deep-dive into the evolution of their debut album, whose melodic journeys turn out to be quite a consuming affair.
With the current shutdown of the live music industry the majority of artists are facing one giant existential crisis throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Suddenly, there’s an urgency to talk about the value of art and music again and about what part the current streaming scene plays in this. NBHAP head Norman Fleischer took a moment to reflect on the current crisis and a possible way out of it.
Ahead of the release of his second debut album in less than two months, NBHAP author Louisa caught up with PC Music founder and Charli XCX's creative director A.G Cook to chat about the present and future of pop.
The middle of the night is a mystical time. It is somehow not really yesterday, not today anymore, and not tomorrow yet. In this vacuum, the way we view the world often changes to a more somber philosophical look on things. In this fourth edition of Late Night Talks, the Berlin-based singer and songwriter Novaa met up with Editor Liv Toerkell on a late summer evening.
Eleven years after the release of their last album the Manchester-based Britrockers return with a follow-up in a world that changed in the same way like they changed as humans. NBAHP head and longtime Doves fan Norman Fleischer spoke to the band's Jez Williams about the hiatus, the way back and why the lack of relevance might not be an obstacle after all.
The way that led to 'A Temporary Soothing', the sophomore record of the Oslo-based singer-songwriter Siv Jakobsen surely wasn’t easy but paved with complex struggles. NBHAP author Andreas phoned up the artist to discuss the way she challenged her own fundament of art and how the comfort of solace is a fleeting but vital thing to strive for.
Can you really fit an entire day into one album? On their fourth LP, the Australian indie folk outfit Husky prove that you can, hitting a major peak in their impressive œuvre. NBHAP author Andreas caught up with front singer Husky Gawenda to chat about struggling through moments of transition and how every darkness is followed by new light. Isn't that a promise this world needs now more than ever?