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Miriam Wallbaum

Twentysomething. Music & media student. Hopes for satisfaction for everbody. Passionate about making changes. Likable scatterbrain. Cooking & baking obsessed. Drawn to melancholic music.

Latest articles by Miriam

Where Two Worlds Intersect: Ry X And Frank Wiedemann Return As Howling

For this little video conversation, the two members of Howling only meet each other virtually. One being on vacation with his family where it suddenly started to rain heavily, the other sitting in his light filled living room in sunny California – two high-contrasted worlds, just like Frank Wiedemann and Ry Cumings musical backgrounds are. As the two didn’t talk much during the last few months, they were pretty happy to see each other and laughed a lot during the conversation our editor Miriam Wallbaum had with the two gentlemen when talking about their second LP "Colure."
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One Month Of Music: A Personal April Recap by Miriam Wallbaum

How do you keep an overview about the countless new releases in the world of music? Well, easier said than done but thank god the staff of NBHAP keeps an overview. In this column one from the team personnally reflects on the past four weeks and the music that matters during this time. This time it's the turn of longtime NBHAP editor Miriam Wallbaum to ramble about our favourite passion in the world.
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Neo-Classic, What Now? A Conversation With Martin Kohlstedt and Ólafur Arnalds

It seems like the term Neo-Classic is on everyones lips today. Altough many people have heard of this special genre, most of them only regard it as background music without bothering about what's really hidden behind. To show the world that this beautiful music is much more than only a background soundtrack, NBHAP editor Miriam Wallbaum decided to talk to two Neo-Classic pioneers about the scene: Germany's Martin Kohlstedt and Iceland's Ólafur Arnalds.
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