NHOAH is preparing to release his new Alum over the coming months.
His impressive body of work has garnered the recognition of publications such as Resident Advisor, The Quietus, TRAX
Mag, Clash Mag, PopMatters, Data Transmission, The Arts Desk, Electronic Groove and Radio 6 Music’s Nemone. His
recent release victories include his debut album, “West-Berlin” and “Abstellgleis zu Remixen” and “120 Red Skies zu
Remixen”, both featuring outstanding remixes from the likes of 808 State, μ-Ziq, Pixelord, Peter Zirbs and Mieko Suzuki.
NHOAH’s Melodic Techno is set apart by his use of harmonies and melodies, as well as complex vocals not often seen in today’s
Techno world. His affinity for spaces and places is reflected in his music, and the accompanying set to “Stairway To
Nothingness - Glacier Concert’’ is no exception. Scenes characterised by overwhelming views of countless alpine summits, the
glacier lends itself to artistic endeavour. Brimming with contrast, the video presents stark visuals of space, wilderness, uncultivated
and uninhabited landscape laid over with NHOAH’s textured patterns of chiming synths and electronic blips. The dizzying heights
and pure majesty of the Dachstein Glacier juxtapose the tiny human figures, creating a sense of limitless freedom - much like the
freedom found in music itself.
Speaking of the experience, NHOAH says: “It was an amazing experience to play live at 9000 feet above sea level. A year of
planning, 10 people and just 2 hours at sunset to play the set - including many brand new tracks. I was very cold. It was not easy
to play with shivering fingers in 6 degrees celsius. My instrument displays went crazy as well, but at the same time, my heart leapt
for joy over the almost divine moment. The feelings we shared while we were performing were the perfect expression of what the