Wolfram is an adorably scruffy (he's got a bit of a teen wolf thing going on) Austrian musician and producer (he served as executive producer on the killer Sally Shapiro album Disco Romance) whose self-titled debut album, as collobarator Andy Butler of Hercules and Love Affair fame puts it, "intelligently and lovingly sings the praises of the significant contributions that the euro sound from those early days of electronic music dance has made on pop music."
Wolfram recently dropped the Out studio to chat about his new album -- featuring collaborations with the aforementioned Butler, Shapiro, Paul Parker, and Haddaway of "What is Love" fame -- his influences, which definitely include '90s euro but definitely do not include La Bouche, and working with the infamously shy Shapiro:
Wolfram's self-titled debut is in stores now and available for download from iTunes. For more info on the musician, visit his official website and follow him on Twitter.
-- NOAH MICHELSON
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