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The Wire (UK)

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UbiBene I Wire Jan16
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Datzee (Bosnia)

Hans-Joachim-Roedelius & Leon Muraglia - Ubi Bene (Passus Records)

Front

"Ubi panis ibi patria." - "Where there is bread (plenty of food), there is my country." 

"Ubi bene ibi patria" - "Homeland is place where is good for me.."

I'm sorry, you just can't escape harsh reality and breaking news, headlines: we are all witnessing  the human tragedies, one of the greatest in the history. Millions of people are forced to go and leaving their homes, their patriasand going to uncertain future. Actually if there is future where they go, they go to the Western World unfortunately likeliving stock. One thing; I have survived and passed through Bosnian Civil War as a kid, feel fortunate enough. I don't share their destiny and their walk of shame, and sleepless nights, fears. I don't share their uncertainty for tomorrow morning - for now. For now we all should be thankful and thinking about it. And I hope we will find solution. If you are in situation to help: help if you can. Or maybe you don't share my point of view.

Young Roedelius came to Berlin as a student and become part of something what will become movement of global cultural influence.In grim time of human human history, that political conflict Cold War was a mother of all other smaller, real wars of that time. And Cold War was one thing, that we are all glad it didn't become physical real, actual war. It could bring us to points of extinction.

Roedelius, as you know, first become part of few young people gathered aroundHuman Being project and part of Zodiak Free Arts Lab collective who experimented with music, technology - they were looking for a new way of expressions. Actually it was space, some kind of gathering  place for all young Berliners. Also their specific situation: they were kids of that era, of fear, conspiracy, and possible nuclear war. And specially for the Germans: the shame and shadow of 2nd World War.  

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And secondly, he and his long-life musical partner Dieter Moebius become part of crucial German electronic group Kluster, and later Cluster (after departure of Conrad Schnitzler - you can expect review of his new album soon on this blog). Both incarnation of the band's albums was produced by legendary Conny Plank, producer of many pivotal krautrock records, and also bands like Ultra VoxEurythmicsDAF,Killing JokeBrian EnoDevo and others.

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As a Kluster they recorded two records full of industrial and hypnotic beats. Songs had biblical references and it's funny cause those records which contains only two tracks and 50 minutes of industrial noise - each record, was financed by christian catholic organization. After departure of SchnitzlerCluster signed to Phillips, and released two pretty electronic and experimental albums: Cluster and Cluster 2. 

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Around that time they had meet  Michael Rother guitarist from NEU!, and the formed something like krautrock supergroupHarmonia, released two albums, the masterpiecesMusic from Harmonia and Deluxe. 

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Again, as Cluster they release Sowieso, and two albums with Brian EnoAfter The Heat and Cluster and Eno. Then they release Grosses Wasser - last great record record from the duo before they went separated ways. But never stopped releasing extraordinary music. And also this text is about something else.

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Year is 2015 and Hans-Joachim Roedelius has joined forces with Leon Muraglia. They have released Ubi Bene, and that's why are we here. And as I have seen the name of the album, it made me go political on this one. Album is full of (let's call it) classical krautrock sounds and tracks like Red in Circular LoopMy Heart and Mind Were Disposed..., A Reflection in Deep Sea. Especially last one had that piano child-ish like song which sounds like later, more melodic Cluster phase. Or we have dark and bleakindustrialexperiment-ish (reminds me on my fav Cluster 2) tracks like A Machine Dreams (only 21 seconds long!!!), There is a Huge Duck Standing Right behind You/The haunted Space, Surface That Appear To Change. There is beautiful, ambient, and melodic tracks perfect for home or if you are in-full-clothes-enjoying-those-winter-small-amounts-of-Sun-in-your-garden soundtrack like: She Had Always Loved Vienna, Gently Falling Snow, A Nostalgia For Lollipops. And even droney track Cloud Iridiscence  (I played that one at the after partyyes). Of course there is even track that sounds like it is borrowed from Autechre or Boards of Canada - (which could be only a pretty good comparison), it mean they're in good company and could easily fit in standard DJ techno set.

Ubi Bene is mellow and it is quite contemporary, full sounds that reminiscence on a good side of life. It is optimistic and made me get up and go to buy a bottle of fine red wine. To share it with my girl.Yes there are bad things in life, and awful things happening in the world right now as I type. People's greed will always make other people suffer, as you can read in the beginning of the text. But for now I will spend two hours with wine, person I love and Ubi Bene on repeat. Actually me getting up and flipping the discs every little while. 

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Something more, I guess Leon Muraglia is here, in this album 50%, just likeRoedelius. I hope we can expect more from him in the days/years to come, and I see this is first release of Passus Records so I'll keep my eye on him and them also. Next time, if there could be another Roedelius/Muraglia project I would buy it cause I sawMuraglia, just like I bought this one with just reading Roedelius. This joke is onRoedelius.   

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http://datzee.blogspot.no/2015/11/hans-joachim-roedelius-leon-muraglia.html

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The Chain DLK (Italy)

UbiBene ChainDLK Jan16 LOGO



UbiBene ChainDLK Jan16

http://www.chaindlk.com/reviews/?id=9056

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ubi quietus

http://thequietus.com/articles/19177-hans-joachim-roedelius-and-leon-muraglia-ubi-bene-review

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Westzeit (Germany)

UbiBene Westzeit Nov15


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Rif Raf (France)

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It would be too easy to invoke and kraut rock to get back on board gear along with Hans Joachim Roedelius working out since the mid-60s he founded his group Kluster with Dieter Moebius and Conrad Schnitzler - renamed Cluster following the departure of the latter - was one of the figures of the underground Berlin scene qu'Harmonia while he created with Moebius and Michael Rother (Neu bat- tor!) in the seventies won him the patronage of Brian Eno. Subsequently, the list went solo albums to increasing health. Today, over eighty, he continued imperturbably his man Bon path. This new record sees him team up with a young DJ / musician outcome of the electronic scene of Oslo, founder of Kosmische London Club, dedicated to kraut rock and ambient experimental music. On nearly an hour, the pair offers a dozen compositions, some of which manage ment has réelle- capture attention and stand out from the type to be placed in an out-place, somewhere between rock and metronomy German ambiantalisme hugging her sometimes too.

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Rif Raf (Netherlands)

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Hans-Joachim Roedelius is a legend. The now 80-year-old Berliner stood at the cradle of electronic music - and especially krautrock - and was part of bands like Cluster and Harmonia. The veteran is clearly still very active with this month but two releases. For 'Imagori "he collaborated with Christoph H. Müller, who normally open to the beautiful weather with ao Gotan Project. The result is a beautiful, experimental and surprisingly accessible plate on which the pianofrag- elements of Roedelius seamlessly blend in with the excellent production of Müller. Leon Muraglia is again a Norwegian DJ / producer / guitarist whose beats and bleeps fine blend with piano experiments of Roedelius. "Ubi Bene 'goes from funny popcorn to ambient melancholy (think Muraglia's compatriots note Biosphere) with a lot in between. This successful samenwerkin- gene between these old fart and producers cers of younger generations taste for more. (mb)

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Radio Nacional de EspañaRNE 3 Atmosfera22.11.2015
www.rtve.es/radio/radio3


HANS JOACHIM ROEDELIUS & LEON MURAGLIA

Después de tanto tiempo escuchando su música y hablando virtualmente con él, por fin tuvimos la oportunidad de charlar con Roedelius en el Festival Semibreve. Fue él el que inauguró el festival subiéndose al escenario del teatro circo con un buen puñado de músicos portugueses que le acompañaron en el primer concierto de la pasada edición, la quinta, del Semibreve.

Roedelius es incansable, entrega trabajos prácticamente cada año y en ocasiones más de uno. Figura imprescindible en los comienzos de la electrónica y la improvisación, gusta de rodearse de buenos músicos con los que improvisa y sobre todo, disfruta.

Así que abrimos nuestra Atmósfera con su última entrega, Ubi Bene, que reúne a Roedelius con el fundador del Kosmische Club, Leon Muraglia, músico versado en las lecciones de la pionera música alemana de los 70, el Krautrock. Y como el disco merece, escucharemos dos de sus tracks

En sus 80 años de vida, Roedelius jamás ha decepcionado, todo lo contrario, ha sabido capturar con sus dos grupos míticos: Cluster y Harmonia, la excelencia de la electrónica. Y justamente ese sentimiento es el que capturan ahora en este “Ubi Bene” Roedelius y Muraglia con una asociación casi telepática sin caer en un pastiche de mal gusto.


(Google translate)

After so much time listening to music and talking with him virtually finally we had the chance to chat with Roedelius in Semibreve Festival. It was he who opened the circus climbing on stage theater with a handful of Portuguese musicians who accompanied him on the first concert of last year, the fifth, the Semibreve festival.

Roedelius is tireless, delivers practically jobs every year and sometimes more than one. Essential figure in the early days of electronics and improvisation, likes to surround himself with good musicians to improvise and above all, enjoy.

So we set up our atmosphere with its latest installment, Ubi Bene, which brings together Roedelius with Kosmische Club founder, Leon Muraglia, musician versed in the lessons of the pioneering German music of the 70s, the Krautrock. And as the record deserves, we hear two of his tracks

In its 80 years, Roedelius has never disappointed, on the contrary, has captured with his two legendary groups: Cluster and Harmonia, excellence in electronics. And that feeling is just now caught in this "Ubi Bene" Roedelius and Muraglia with an almost telepathic partnership without being a pastiche of bad taste.

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Spex, Germany

UbiBene Spex Oct15


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HHV.de Magazine, Germany

ENGLISH TRANSLATION: Between light and inconsequential fits in music is not just a lot. In other words: Light music is difficult. If you can still enjoy a productive force with more than eighty years, as she lays on the day Hans-Joachim Roedelius - of course, well fueled by the interest of a young audience that its contribution to electronic music history, whether discovered by Cluster, Harmonia or solo newly and pays tribute to - then the chances are good to get this curve. This corresponds to what he pours in the form of a double album in dialogue with Leon Muraglia, not just a general idea of ​​"easy". Both send us back into the dark and quite always Diffuse, especially in the longest piece, at the end still comes up whose surreal synth Geisterwald with a fine point. But firstly, its pastoral sound in the free-flowing pieces is so masterfully formed that their developments seem inevitable, one surrenders its course: You feel lifted, even in the unknown drifting moments. Secondly, the two dominate the art of framing: a handful of friendly treasures in place anchors the mind in basic trust that everything is in order. Two short siblings about where mutate Muraglias guitar tissue for Music Box Thumbnail or continue the lyrical song moments with Brian Eno in association with Roedelius' piano. Ever the piano: the latest in the undisguised Seventies movie theme reverie of "She Had Always Loved Vienna," it is clear that these posh simple vocals the sound world of Hans-Joachim Roedelius probably long finds a mirror in that of Ryuichi Sakamoto. But above all, carries off this music tells of the distance, whether. In the typical, wings beating tones that draw in the background on the sky as well as in knarzfahnigen, voranpflügenden Krautrock Beat Leon Muraglia, who founded the Kosmische Club in London twenty years ago, has lived for ten years in Norway, in addition to the electronics, the guitar is his instrument. Before he dressed as Vini Reilly wraps itself towards the end unexpectedly in knitternde shadow, has the strangest of twelve pieces have a special break in stock, because suddenly the piano has a melody full weserbergländischer Wanderlust on the lips. Coincidence that sounds like a Norwegian Edvard Grieg dances, or maybe yes but a salute to Muraglias adopted home. Taking us to the album title: "... ibi patria" is the rate at Cicero or Aristophanes continue, and we must in these days like to read as a reminder that man is now very reason has legs below it, so that he hinbegeben since may, where it pleases him.

http://www.hhv-mag.com/de/review/7898/roedelius-muraglia-ubi-bene

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Ondarock, Italia


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ENGLISH TRANSLATION: 

On the cusp of 81 years, which he will reach on October 26th, Hans-Joachim Roedelius is nothing less than one of the most active and prolific musicians of the German scene. Alongside Qluster, the latest incarnation of his most famous and long-lived project, today shared with the disciple Onnen Bock, the Berlin veteran still finds time to cultivate important and diverse collaborations (Christopher Chaplin, Stefan Schneider, Lloyd Cole just to mention the latest) and begin other brand new ones.

The latter category befits this new collaboration with Leon Muraglia, owner of the famous Kosmische Club in London who - along with with German record label Bureau B - are the most active institutions in recovering and keeping alive the kraut-cosmic tradition. Already active with the project Radio 9 and until recently in the the line-up of (now-defunct) Salvatore, the Englishman now hooks up artistically with one of the absolute idols of that German generation, in what is just the latest in an impressive line of simultaneous output by Roedelius with artists 3 or 4 generations younger.

"Ubi Bene", as can be imagined from the title, is a nostalgic amarcord adorned with sounds typical of the second generation krautrock of the seventies. The main focus, self-referentially, is directed at the heights of Cluster's "Zuckerzeit" and the more experimental, distinctly expressionist Roedelius, from "Lustwandel" to "Frühling". Muraglia injects his passion for DJing through electronic motorik and propulsive melody into this soundscape, both provided as required by the palette of The Maestro.

The result is a colourful record with willing pop tendencies, where retro is combined with a melodic lightness and a carefree sense of flow. Examples of this are the synthetic squiggles of "My Heart And Mind Were Disposed To The Gentle Feelings Of Good Will", featuring Anthony Barratt, the more bucolic "A Nostalgia For Lollipops" and especially the delicious nursery rhyme "A Reflection In Deep Sea ". Then we arrive at the Catherine wheel of arpeggiators in "Red In A Circular Loop", a vertigo-trip in the style of Neu! and one of the more uptempo pieces signed by Roedelius.

There is also space for a few more thoughtful passages, here again displaying great variety of mood. The acquarello "She Has Always Loved Vienna", full of pianistic nostalgia typical of Roedelius in the '80s and '90s, the ambient immersion of "Cloud Irridescence", the graceful guitar/piano caresses of "Gently Falling Snow "and the distorted and red hot apotheosis " Summer Breeze, Turning ", with friend Barratt this time on guitar, all coexist well. All pieces are steeped in simply unparalleled class.

Opening and closing, however, there is even space for the abstract Teutonic futuristism that Raster-Noton owes so much. The march à-la-Atom ™ of "Kurhaus Skinnydip" starts the dancing with the martial and mechanical "Surfaces That Appear To Change", recalling when communications between Berlin and Düsseldorf were dense and frequent. The dark industrial style Asmus Tietchens of "There Is A Huge Duck Standing Right Behind You / The Haunted Space" completes the palette of a multi-coloured autumn jewel that emanates as much passion as it does class.

http://ondarock.it/recensioni/2015_roedeliusmurata_ubibene.htm

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Benzine mag, France

UbiBene Benzine Sep15

Need we introduce Joachim Roedelius Hans? At the origin of ambient music, from krautrock and experimental music with a few musicians in the early 70s, collaborator Brian Eno, Dieter Moebius, Tim Story, Lloyd Cole and musician in the great bands and also that timeless Cluster and Harmonia are, man, now aged 80, is dedicated to music still as ambitious but quieter as will still report to listening to this new album called Ubi Bene. Composed with guitarist Leon Muraglia, the album is lined in its previous work, this time with a mixture of piano, guitars, electronic sounds, all in an album that sails between electronica, contemporary or experimental music. In less than an hour, the duo offers music evocative atmospheric cityscapes mostly very sweet, lovely. (3.5) Richard Benoit
Passus records - August 2015

http://www.benzinemag.net/2015/09/16/chroniques-express-123/

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22 tracks, Italia:

Chiudiamo con un album che, sebbene sia gà in circolazione dalla fine del mese di Agosto, entra di diritto in questa rassegna vista la grandezza di uno dei due musicisti che lo firmano. Infatti l´ottantenne pioniere e maestro indiscusso dell´elettronica Hans Joachim Rodelius unisce le sue forze al ben più giovane Leon Muraglia dando vita a questo “Ubi Bene”. Un disco al di sopra delle mode, lontano dai chlichè ed aldifuori dal tempo.

ENGLISH TRANSLATION: 

We close with an album that, even though it has been around since the end of August, earns its right to be part of this review due to the greatness of one of the musicians who made it. In fact it is the 81-year-old pioneer and indisputed maestro of electronica, Hans-Joachim Roedelius who unites his forces with the much younger Leon Muraglia, giving life to 'Ubi Bene'. A record far above fashion, far from the clichés and timeless.

UbiBene 22Tracks Sep15


http://www.dlso.it/site/2015/09/30/un-sacco-di-album-elettronici-che-sono-usciti-settembre/3/

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Musikexpress Magazine, Germany


ENGLISH TRANSLATION: Roedelius widens his musical horizon by working together with different musicians (Leon Muraglia) and that it is unique for this year's Roedelius releases. And "There is a huge duck..." is the best piece of ambient in a long time.

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Sonic Bang Magazine, Italy

UbiBene Rockerilla Sep15

ENGLISH TRANSLATION: At the venerable age of 81 years old Hans-Joachim Roedelius continues to have fun rennovating the language of the insurmountable Cluster (already remembered in the lovely record cover) the group which he shared with his partner Dieter Moebius. The first tracks of his new double album Ubi Bene, recorded with Leon Muraglia (producer and guitarist with the Norwegian Salvatore and Radio 9), are a brilliant demonstration of this: Kurhaus Skinnydip sets of like a dark techno abyss a la Vladislav Delay before melting behind an impalpable melody; Red In A Circular Loop overlays a waterfall of morning dew with the irresistable idea of an electronic bolero that take flight in the second half of the track, Cloud Iridescence is a languid, enveloping ambient nocturne that continues to circulate around the neurons well after the track has ended. Roedelius also rediscovers the romantic and classical vein of his 90s solo records in the ballad She Had Always Loved Vienna and the melancholy-loaded aquarello Gently Falling Snow. The styles spread across the 4 sides of a double album instantly seduce and even allow Roedelius the luxury of losing himself in some old memories in the 11 minutes of There Is A Huge Duck Standing Right Behind You / The Haunted Space. Stainless/rustfree.

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African Paper Magazine, Germany

UbiBene AfricanPaper Aug15


ENGLISH TRANSLATION:

From the representatives of the electronic avant-garde that emerged in the 70s in musical neighborhood of Krautrock and regionally, especially in Berlin, which is now 80 years old, Hans Joachim Roedelius belongs (Kluster, Cluster, Harmonia, Aquarello) clearly the most productive, especially in the last years published numerous publications, which so strongly build on his previous work, that one can speak only with difficulty by a second spring or even a separate chapter of his artistic biography. The latest work "Ubi Bene" was created in collaboration with the much younger Producer and DJ Leon Muraglia and contains twelve tracks between planar Ambient, nosigen approaches and soul-stirring piano passages.
The various ingredients that cover a wide range between contemporary and retronostalgischer electronics as they pull all the stops between sliding and danceable are fairly evenly distributed, and each facet has its special moments - for that reason each entry must be misleading here. The ethno beats reminiscent of a rubber truncheon clocks begin the opener "Kurhaus Skinnydip", agree on ground electronic dance music, which will soon be replaced by a completely different aligned ambient tracks and pieces with acoustic focus, viewed as no less essential in the sound mosaic will prove by "Uni Bene". In his combinatorics from minimal beats and an otherwise rich and rather warm sonority of the first track but does not promise too much, as this proves to be an underlying theme. In a melancholy jazz piano embossed "She Had Always Loved Vienna" Roedelius and Muraglia even combine Hall and density to a seemingly paradoxical structure.
In the course of twelve compositions in which hit ethereal pad sounds on noise orgies, almost post-rock piano and guitar passages and distorted hum, created more and more the impression that the element actually connecting can be found in a relaxed contentment that not only atmospherically by the attracts full album, but can only integrate different elements together - ubi bene in Latin means something like "Where it is good," and this fits really nicely with this property. Titles like "Cloud Iridescence", "A Nostalgia for Lollipops" or "Surfaces did appear to change" that create symbolic associations with a rich setting, do the rest. The piece has a circulation of 750 double-LPs including DL code. (U.S.)

http://africanpaper.com/2015/08/29/hans-joachim-roedelius-leon-muraglia-ubi-bene/

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DLSO, Italy

UbiBene DLSO Sep15


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whisperinandhollerin magazine, USA


UbiBene W&H Sep152

http://www.whisperinandhollerin.com/reviews/review.asp?id=12444

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deutschlandradiokultur (interview with Joachim)


Ubi Achim


http://www.deutschlandradiokultur.de/elektro-pionier-hans-joachim-roedelius-eine-exotische.2156.de.html?dram:article_id=330103

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md-eksperiment.org, Russia

http://md-eksperiment.org/post/20150826-osenne-letnie-eksperimentalno-muzykalnye-relizy-chast-pervaya

Дле тех, кто интересуется электронной музыкой Ханс Йоахим Роделиус не нуждается в представлении: основатель Kluster (с Конрадом Шницлером и Дитером Мебиусом) и Harmonia (с Мебиусом и Майклом Ротером), он является ключевой фигурой и пионером жанра. Сейчас в свои восемьдесят Роделиус по-прежнему очень продуктивен и не только регулярно выступает, но он также выпустил впечатляющее количество треков за последние годы. Ubi Bene - альбом, сделанный Роделиусом в сотрудничестве с Леоном Мурагли - электронщиком и гитаристом молодого поколения, который помимо сольных записей работает, как диджей. 12 треков альбома - это элегантное путешествие среди фортепиано, эмбиента, экспериментальной и электронной музыки.

(For) those interested in electronic music, Hans Joachim Roedelius needs no introduction: The founder Kluster (with Conrad Schnitzler and Dieter Moebius) and Harmonia (with Moebius and Michael Rother), he is a key figure and a pioneer of the genre. Now in his eighties Roedelius still very productive, not only appeared regularly, but he also produced an impressive number of tracks in recent years. Ubi Bene - an album made in collaboration with Roedelius Leon Muraglia - an electronics and guitarist of the younger generation, which in addition to solo recordings works as a DJ. 12 tracks on the album - is an elegant journey through the piano, ambient, experimental and electronic music.

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Radio Hannover 87.6Grenzwellen, 02.03.2016, 21.00-00.00
www.radio-hannover.de

Hour 21. Hans-Joachim Roedelius & Leon Muraglia – A Reflection In Deep Sea2. Kluster – Eruption (excerpt)3. Cluster – Fotschi Tong4. Cluster- Sowiesoso5. Eno, Moebius & Roedelius – The Belldog6. Harmonia – Sehr kosmisch7. Harmonia – Deluxe (Immer wieder)8. Harmonia & Eno – Vamos Companeros9. Hans-Joachim Roedelius – Übern Fluss10. Roedelius & Müller – Himmel über Lima11. Lunz - Lunz

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soundundvison_15 – 05.10.2015(jeden 1. + 5. Montag im Monat 21:00 – 24:00)

Richard Hawley ‐ I Still Want YouRichard Hawley – Which WayJulia Holter – SilhouetteJulia Holter ‐ Lucette Stranded On The IslandKurt Vile – I’m An OutlawKurt Vile – That’s Life Tho (Almost Hate To Say)Mercury Rev ‐ You're Gone With So Little For So LongMercury Rev ‐ Emotional Free FallBlue Daisy ‐ Six DaysBlue Daisy – AloneNicolas Godin – OrcaNicolas Godin ‐ GlennBattles – Non‐ViolenceBattles – Ff BadaHeCTA – Change Is In Our PocketsHeCTA ‐ Sympathy for the Auto IndustryESB – The FlashlightESB – JellyfishHarmonia ‐ Proto‐Deluxe at Harmonia Studio in ForstHarmonia ‐ Live at Fabrik in HamburgMueller_Roedelius ‐ About Tape (feat. Brian Eno)Mueller_Roedelius ‐ OrigamiHans Joachim Roedelius & Leon Muraglia ‐ A Reflection In Deep SeaHans Joachim Roedelius & Leon Muraglia ‐ Gently Falling SnowTuxedomoon / Cult With No Name – DorothyTuxedomoon / Cult With No Name ‐ Do It For Van GoghStein Urheim & Mari Kvien Brunvoll ‐ For NowStein Urheim & Mari Kvien Brunvoll ‐ GoldBarbara Morgenstern – Scrambler (with Robert Lippok)Barbara Morgenstern – Übermorgen (Radio Edit with Justus Köhncke)Bob Moses – Like It Or NotBob Moses ‐ Talk