NHOAH “I Need Some”
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NHOAH “I Need Some”

When the beat pushes you forward, the roaring sounds and massive bass fill your ears and body, when the crowd screams and wants more, when tomorrow is far away and you still need something, the whistling lead sound drops in and the euphoria captures the soul of the dance floor


Among the broad and diverse electronic music community there are very few true mavericks who uphold the core belief that music is the result of something bigger than us, something divine. NHOAH is one of these rare artists. NHOAH operates in his own domain, with unflinching dedication to maintaining the purity and conscious impact of music – evident in his output and ethos. With a decorated career dating back to the eighties, including work with producer Larry Steinbacheck (Bronski Beat), mixing engineer Gareth Jones (Depeche Mode) or Brian Pugsley (Sugarcubes and The Shamen), he has depth of experience complemented by an outlier approach. Combined with his unwavering passion, daring attitude and natural gift for connecting with the dance floor, these attributes position NHOAH as an exceptional artist. If you’re unfamiliar with his sound, think The Prodigy meets Chez Damier down the pub with Bicep; house music, spliced with rave and amplified by techno. Positive energy emanates from his music, even when it gets dark.
(Marcus Barnes)

NHOAH has made his name as a producer, composer, DJ, mixing engineer, record label owner. To his core, NHOAH is devoted to creative culture and its inhabitants.

He was the cover feature at MIXMAG BR and also drawing recognition from leading music publications such as Resident Advisor,Techno Live Sets, Techno Germany, Techno Addiction, Techno NL, Techno Wereld,Progressive Astronaut, Suprematic Sounds, 8day Montreal, Sweet Space, Dancefloor Romancer, When We Dip, Deep House London, Sweet Music, Music is 4 Lovers, Music, Quietus, TRAX Mag, Data Transmission, The Arts Desk, MTV London and Electronic Groove as well as airplay on BBC 6 Nemone’s Electric Ladyland.

He performed a live video on a suspended glass stairway on the Dachstein Glacier called ‘Stairway To Nothingness – Glacier Concert’ as well as a ‘Live Set In A Storm In A Wall-less Skyscraper’, both of which premiered via BE-AT TV and has racked up over a million views across streaming platforms to date.

-Official bio

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