We live in an era in which we’re experiencing an overflow of information. Classic media and social networks keep bombarding us with things we’re allegedly supposed to know about. How much of this is actually needed and how does this overflow affect our brains and emotions?
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Rock music and faith (Ep 51)
Rock music is still regarded by many as satanic or anti-religious, but art and faith don't need to be mutually exclusive.
An interesting interview about it available (in German) on: https://www.domradio.de/themen/kultur/2019-08-01/religionswissenschaftlerin-ueber-christliche-botschaften-im-heavy-metal
Wacken Open Air Part 4 (Ep 50)
Big music festival are not just massive events but also an interesting experience because of their atmosphere and the sense of connection they provide. In this episode I tell you about my second visit to Wacken Open Air.
Singing Part 2 - Is higher always better? (Ep 49)
We’re used to music being sung in higher registers and consider this to be the "best" way of singing, but that’s not true, since lower ranges can be just as interesting and rich.
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Changing an expected outcome (Ep 48)
Sometimes we are so used to some things always going wrong that we expect this negative outcome to occur every time. However, we always have the possibility of turning it over.
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