After fifteen years in the industry the British independent rock institution takes a moment to look back on their career so far. Following their freshly released compilation album 'Black Gold' we caught up with Tom and Elliott to dive even deeper into the group's musical back catalogue.
As this decade is approaching its end it is time for a little reflection on all the great music we experienced over the course of it. Of course, this is NOT an ultimate and universal Top 100 list. It simply can't be but these are the songs you should definitely give a spin before the decade is over. The next 25 tracks in our list include Daughter, Kendrick Lamar, Editors, Blood Orange, Metronomy and more.
How to keep an overview about the countless new releases that surface on a daily basis? NBHAP's staff provides guidance and introduces you to the five most essential new tracks that showed up on our radar over the past weeks.
It's that special time of the year again, girls and boys. We're recapping the best music of the past twelve months, starting today with the fifty most wonderful songs that happen to make it through our air waves in 2018. Needless to say you need to listen to those before the year is over.
Editors, Nils Frahm, EELS, Jon Hopkins, Young Fathers, The Kills and many more. In its eighth edition Maifeld Derby Festival again provides a stunning line-up between established headliners, fresh newcomers and upcoming starts.
The beloved English wave rock band is back with their sixth album carrying the heavy title 'Violence'. But what's with all that anger in specific situations of everyday life? We sat down with Tom and Justin from the band for a slightly different interview approach.
There are ups and downs in every band's career but the latter ones are way harder when your start was a furious one. And it looks like many groups from the glorious 00s indie movement are in an ongoing creative crisis.
It became an ongoing tradition on NBHAP to have all those 'End-Of-The-Year'-lists followed by an outlook of what lies ahead of us. So, buckle up and take a closer look what (hopefully) great albums might happen to us over the course of the next months.