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Release: Bernhard Wöstheinrich & Stephanie Hanna – Peace Rug

BWMAT202030 | released September 25, 2020 | Materiaal Series, Part XXX | Recorded live on Saturday, December 14 2019, broadcast and musical backdrop for the artistic intervention “Peace Rug” by Stephanie Hanna. The music performance took place at the THF Radio station in Berlin, Germany.

On December 14 2020, Torhaus Radio hosted an experimental talk around the artistic intervention “Peace Rug” by Stephanie Hanna happening at Tempelhof Airport.

Text excerpts: Wikipedia on Tempelhof Airport and online catalogus of Rheinmetall Defence

The intervention of the “Peace Rug” at the so-called “Court of Honor” at Tempelhof Airport was realized in the context of the international competition “Art in the Underground 2019” by neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst Berlin in friendly cooperation with of Tempelhof Projekt GmbH.


Vocal sound snippets: Stephanie Hanna
Mastering: Markus Reuter
Artwork by Christine Kriegerowski (

Release: TaboTago – Simulacron

released September 12, 2020
| Simulacron, the new album released by the very young electro-elders of TaboTago is program music to the book by Daniel F. Galouye of the same name, and even more inspired by Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s film “Welt am Draht – World on a Wire”, which also goes back to the novel.
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Release: centrozoon – Redundancy Mega Mix

released September 4, 2020

centrozoon on turntables – how would that sound like? The Redundancy Mega Mix is the result of an experiment where the tracks of centrozoon and the Redundant Rocker plus some specially produced rhythm tracks have been relentlessly blend together on a Denon DJ Prime 4 console.

Although this Remix is not necessarily what a common DJ set would be like it might open up a new listening approach to some of the more difficult and challenging centrozoon releases, such as “Boner“, “The Room of Plenty“, “Fire” or “Peril“.

But what would you expect by a remix that is done by one of the centrozoon maniacs himself anyway? Of course it is just yet another piece of absurd insanity.


Remixed by the Redundant Rocker

Special thanks to Radio Modul / Lukas Schmolzi for providing the space and the amazing DJ console.

Mastered by Markus Reuter

Release: Bernhard Wöstheinrich & Volker Lankow – THF Experience Show 20200815

BWMAT202029 | released September 4, 2020 | Materiaal Series, Part XXIX | Recorded live on August 15, 2020 broadcast of the THF Experience Show on THF Radio, Berlin, Germany.


Bernhard Wöstheinrich – Keyboards, Synthesizers and Sequencers
Volker Lankow – Percussions, Loops and Drones

Recording engineer: Brook Yacob
Mixing and mastering: Markus Reuter
Cover drawing: Christine Kriegerowski

Thanks to Ayosha Kortlang and the whole team at THF Radio

Release: Bernhard Wöstheinrich & Tim Motzer – Ruminations over Tea

BWMAT202028 | released August 7, 2020 | Materiaal Series, Part XXVIII | Recorded live on September 23, 2012, broadcast of Chuck van Zyl’s STAR’S END Ambient Radio on WXPN 88.5FM in Philadelphia, USA.

This performance was part of the Umlaut-Tour 2012 of Tim Motzer and Bernhard Wöstheinrich.

“As memory serves, a very busy hectic day & night during our Umlaut Tour 2012 in which Bernhard Wöstheinrich, and I (along with visualist Dejha Ti) played an expansive electronic/avant garde concert set at Orion Studios in Baltimore, Maryland. Afterwards, we packed up all the gear, and hurtled up I-95N to WXPN studios in Philadelphia. After such a long day of running, traveling, packing and unpacking, and playing two concerts, I must say it was a relief to end our day with this set of soaring emotions, ruminative explorations and epiphanies, as we do from time to time in the studios of WXPN.  It is wonderful to have this musical document of where we were musically back then in 2012. We hope you will enjoy it as much as we do.” – TM, August 5, 2020

Further releases resulting from recordings of the Umlaut Tour 2012:




Bernhard Wöstheinrich – Keyboards and virtual synthesizers,
Tim Motzer – Guitars, electronics

Audio recorded by Jeff Towne
Editing and mastering: Markus Reuter
Illustration: Christine Kriegerowski

Special thanks to Chuck van Zyl and the whole crew that was around at the studio of WXPN in Philadelphia