Music producer NHOAH has created history with his 80-minute live show on a wall-less skyscraper, with the obstacle of gale-force winds! Due to the strong wind, only close friends, artists and technicians were allowed to attend the event, as a safety measure. The show included violinist Lulu Schmidt, vocalist Ina Viola, and six unreleased NHOAH songs.
These six new songs will feature on his upcoming album. He credits publications like Resident Advisor, Quietus, TRAX Mag, Clash Magazine, PopMatters, Magnetic Magazine, Data Transmission, The Arts Desk, MTV London and Electronic Groove and airplay from BBC 6 Nemone’s Electric Ladyland who have added to his success. NHOAH has worked with the producers for The Eurythmics, Depeche Mode, and Bronski Beat’s Larry Steinbachek. His album Tangowerk was nominated for the German Record Critics’ Award. The music producer’s latest single ‘Paris La Goutte D’or’ has been supported by acclaimed DJ’s like Digitalism, The Black Madonna, Wankelmut and WhoMadeWho.
NHOAH talks about the live-set, “It was a fantastic experience, a magical moment of one and a half hours. A fire of music in the storm. A euphoria that we could share with nature in an underground party, or better said “overground party”, in an incomparable way. Sometimes the wind lifted us off our feet. It was never easier to dance than on this day. Thank you, storm. You first scared me but then gave me the greatest joy.”