BWMAT201920 | released September 15, 2019 | Materiaal Series, Part XX | Performed and recorded live at The Gatherings concert series in St. Mary’s church, Philadelphia, USA, April 13, 2019
Bernhard Wöstheinrich – Keyboards and virtual synthesizers, Live-Sequencing
Ombient / Mike Hunter – P132 Synthesizers .com Modular; Maxikorg; Minikorg; Polymoon; Strymon Volante
Editing and mastering: Markus Reuter
Cover drawing: Christine Kriegerowski Audio Recording (board mix): Neil Cippon
Special thanks to Chuck van Zyl, Ian Staer, Jeff Towne, George “G$” Bley and the whole all-volunteer crew that supported us at St. Mary’s church in Philadelphia.
released May 23, 2019 | June 25, 2019 | The Klamauk triptych was recorded at Port25 Raum für Gegenwartskunst in Mannheim, Germany, on April 25th, 2019.
credits Markus Reuter – Touch Guitars® AU8, electronics Tobias Reber – electronics Bernhard Wöstheinrich – electronics
F.OH. engineer: Heiko Raubach
Recorded, mixed, mastered and produced by Markus Reuter
Cover artwork by Tobias Reber
Design by Bernhard Wöstheinrich
Thanks to Dennis Kuhn and Stefanie Kleinsorge for hosting us.
Recorded live on the 14 April 2019 broadcast of STAR’S END Ambient Radio on WXPN 88.5FM in Philadelphia , USA
“In tones edged in platinum the collaboration between Bernhard Wostheinrich & Ombient rings of a far-ranging sonic intelligence – which is felt in its unrestrained directness of expression. By overcoming the limitations of contemporary music this duo better expresses their un-conforming ideas of the cosmos and infinite space” – Chuck van Zyl
Audio recorded by Roycee Martin & Jeff Towne
Video by Chuck van Zyl
Recorded Live 13 April 2019 at The Gatherings Concert Series, Philadelphia, USA
Audio Recorded by Neil Cippon
Thanks to: Ian Staer, Jeff Towne
Extracts from a conversation of Bernhard Wöstheinrich and Tobias Fischer (publisher of “15 Questions” and editor for “Beat”) on the occasion of the release of the album Elsewhere.
Photos by George Bley, Elijah Joseph Weber-Han, Markus Reuter, Herman Ashley and Bernd Webler
Sheep by Christine Kriegerowski