the electronic music producer, has been through several periods of his career before unfolding himself under his own name. This discovery has led him through the fields of electronic dance music for two years now. The tracks “I Can’t Satisfy You" and “Between Vienna And The Stars“ follow an amazingly inspired trail. Anyone who has heard the tracks on the dancefloor will know what the talk is about. With “Paris La Goutte D’Or" he continues his series of tracks about different cities, which influenced him during his tour. “Paris La Goutte D’Or" is a tribute to the urban district of Paris; a Tech House influenced track that swings up over a rhythmic pattern, and culminates in an oriental-feeling climax cheered on by 90s soul vocals.

NHOAH is devoted to creative culture and its inhabitants, drawing recognition from leading music publications such as Resident Advisor, The Quietus, TRAX Mag, Clash Mag, PopMatters, Data Transmission, The Arts Desk, MTV London and Electronic Groove.

NHOAH ’s single ‘I Can’t Satisfy You’ was playlisted on BBC 6 Nemone's Electric Ladyland and he performed a live video on a suspended glass stairway on the Dachstein Glacier, 9000 feet above sea level. The 'Stairway To Nothingness - Glacier Concert' was premiered by BE-AT TV and has so far been seen by over 300,000 viewers.

NHOAH featured outstanding remixes by the likes of 808 State, μ-Ziq, Pixelord, Peter Zirbs and Mieko Suzuki for his debut album, West-Berlin. He has worked alongside the producers of The Eurythmics, Depeche Mode, and Bronski Beat’s Larry Steinbachek. His album Tangowerk was nominated for the German Record Critics' Award Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik.

The track "Paris La Goutte D'Or", with its 125 BPM, is already in the musical field of Tech House; but it is much more... It’s an amazing piece of crossover, a dance hybrid with electro- like sounds, as well as the 90s influenced vocals sung by Ina Viola. The wooden sounds of the main theme roll through the whole song and merge into an almost Oriental-like final theme. The musical components have grown out of the primeval soup of a multicultural France. Just as so many different people live there, so many different people will be attracted to a united dance. It is a very special piece of electronic music, the musical description of a wonderful district of Paris as Nhoah has experienced it this summer.

When asked about the inspiration behind „Paris La Goutte D’Or", NHOAH explained: “After an Innervision night with inspiring sets of Jennifer Cardini and Dixon, I still sung winged melodies into my mobile at 6 o'clock in the morning and sketched this track with it. All this in my hotel room in Paris la goutte d’or. Five hours later, not a bit tired, i was sitting between the many people from different countries. With a fantastic Croissant, a Cafe and an incredible Eclair in front of me, the district grew so close to my heart that I decided to name the track after it. It should be a track that expresses the great feeling of a free life.”