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Henning Grabow

A Kid of the 90s but feeling older. Dreamer and proactive deplacer of inevitable truths. In a love/hate relationship with the Internet and digital world. Too introverted to be anything else but hopeful and passionate about these strange and beautiful times we live in. A romantic cynicist. Follow Henning on Twitter

Latest articles by Henning

Reeperbahn Festival 2020 Is Happening … But How?

Our beloved annual gathering in Hamburg takes place from September 16th to the 19th. That is as much of a news in this extraordinary year as it is reason for doubts, questions, anxiety and maybe also a little euphoria. The RBF 2020 is an experiment that is for sure. And it won't be comparable to anything we've come to love about this event over the years. So where are the gains in this?
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What’s So Wrong With The Light? A Picture Puzzle Of Angel Olsen

Last year's sparkling and sprawling All Mirrors marked yet another giant leap for Angel Olsen towards indie stardom. A place where she belongs but that can also come with a very dangerous environment. Turns out: Olsen can teach us all a thing or two about how to ruthlessly reflect. How to take a look in the mirror – and what to make of the many illusions and delusions that come with it.
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‘May You Always Be Loved’: A Mote Of Dust’s Craig Beaton On Quitting Music

Craig Beaton, legendary figure of the Scottish indie music scene and his musical partner Graeme Smillie announced a final musical statement as A Mote Of Dust before the man quite possibly stops music alltogether. We owed it to him, that in this (possibly) last interview he got all the room he needed to explain himself. It became quite an extensive one: Honest to the bone, furious, warm and smart. Just like Craig Beaton's music...
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A Desire To Be Disarming: The Formula To Julien Baker’s Magic

Especially with her latest album 'Turn Out The Lights' Julien Baker won hearts all over the world, turning the 23 year old American into the darling of emotional indie songwriting. With her newly found supergroup Boygenius she just dropped another more than promising project. A talk to her reveals that she's got no agenda with all that, but to connect: The marginalized, the angry, the majority. All can relate to her disarming emotionality.
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