TWISK is a band; Lennart Thiem + Mario Schöning + Martina Lenzin + loops from tapes + reverb + drums + guitar + bass + singing + words + AM radio.

TWISK‘s tumblr
TWISK is associated with niedervolthoudini collective,
and Blooha UnLtd.








plastiq – 
Sirenen und Beats: Raphaela Andrade, Lena Geue & Martina Lenzin alias ‘plastiq‘ spielen mit Stimme, Potis und Keys die Musik frei.


Good projects evolve from improvisation and elation. One night in march, Lena, Martina and Raphaela met in one of Hamburg’s mysterious and smoky bars to play some music with beats from tapes, a synthesizer and their six vocal chords. What happened there at ‘Walrus’ sounded exciting, somehow difficult to put in a box. A new band was born and people came up with wild descriptions: plastiq sounds like “sci-fi” or a “tribe of sirens”. Since that night, plastiq rely on the momentum given onstage. Every show is different, inspiring for both musicians and listeners, depending on room, audience and additional performers. The songs that come into being will never be played again.

The band’s concept for their debut album ‚Leipzig’ was to record live improvisations, and then edit the material in a manner of collage. The recordings for plastiq‘s second full-length LP took place in July 2017 at Roter Raum, and the tracks are currently being mixed at niedervolthoudini Studio (both located in Hamburg).

Raphaela Andrade—voice, effects, synthesizer
Lena Geue—voice, effects, synthesizer
Martina Lenzin—beats/Mbira, effects, voice

Link—>plastiq home || plastiq camp



‘Zement’ – zuerst gezeigt am 13.05.2016 im Thalia Theater/Gaußstraße, Hamburg.

Tracks written for Heiner Müller’s ‘Zement’, staged by Greg Liakopoulos, premiered on May 13th 2016 at Thalia Gaußstraße, Hamburg.No.1 to be played mono/on stage to the left, low/adequately;
no.2 to be played stereo/from behind the audience, presently;
no.3 to be played mono/on stage to the right, aloud;
no.4 to be played stereo/on stage, change to mono/on stage to the left, when grande orgue stops/synth bass starts, aloud/adequately.

Regie: Greg Liakopoulos • Dramaturgie: Nikolai Ulbricht • Bühne: Mara Pieler • Kostüm: Magdalena Vogt • Musik: Martina Lenzin • Lichtdesign: Marvin Hesse • Live-Kamera: Benjamin Hassmann • Regieassistenz: Amin Motallebzadeh • Bühnenbildassistenz: Lisa Marie Koller • Videodesign & Kostümassistenz: Victoria Wieder;
Schauspieler_innen: Dor Aloni, Amos Detscher, Sebastian Doppelbauer, Jakob Immervoll, Antonia Jungwirth, Anna Klimovitskaya, Jens Konken.

Photography by Marvin Hesse.


Frauen und Fiktion #2: ‘Lust’ – zuerst gezeigt am 18.11.2016 im Lichthof Theater, Hamburg.

Performance: Eva Kessler und Patricia Carolin Mai // Eine Arbeit von Frauen und Fiktion: Anja Kerschkewicz & Eva Kessler // Choreografie: Patricia Carolin Mai // Konzeptionelle Mitarbeit & mit Texten von: Elsa-Sophie Donata Jach // Bühne und Kostüme: Felina Levits // mit Musik von: plastiq // Technik und Licht: Sönke C. Herm // Dramaturgische Mitarbeit: Alisa Tretau // Beratung Produktion: Zwei Eulen


‘Sladek oder Die Schwarze Armee’ – zuerst gezeigt am 31.05.2015 im Malersaal, Schauspielhaus Hamburg

Es spielen: Amos Detscher Simon Forster, Jens Konken, Rabea Lübbe, Neele Maak, Alexander Merbeth, Malte Sachtleben.

Regie: Anja Kerschkewicz
Dramaturgie: Sascha Hargesheimer und Sebastian Richter
Musik: Lena Geue und Martina Lenzin
Bühne: Andrea Rickhaus
Kostüme: Felina Levits
Regieassistenz: Anne Schmidt
Bühnebildassistenz: Raphaela Andrade
Kostümmitarbeit: Christina Geiger


‘Glamour Galore’ – Premiere am 11.03.2015 auf Kampnagel/K1.


Regie: Anja Kerschkewicz

Es spielen: Christopher Ammann, Eva Kessler, Rabea Lübbe, Neele Maak, Alexander Merbeth, Sebastian Moske, Meike Schmidt

Mitarbeit Konzeption: Eva Kessler / Textentwicklung: Felix Kracke / Dramaturgie: Jascha Fendel, Emilia Linda Heinrich / Regieassistenz: Emilia Linda Heinrich / Bühne: Eylien König / Bühnenmitarbeit: Tatiana Souchoroukof / Kostüm: Christina Geiger / Kostümmitarbeit: Berit Schubart / Musik: plastiq / Video: Josefina Gill / Choreografie: Patricia Mai / Produktionsleitung: Katja Kruglikova


‘Das Wort ist mein Anzug*’ (*Titelverwendung mit freundlicher Genehmigung der Autorin des gleichnamigen Stücks) – zuerst gezeigt am 14.11.2015 im St.Pauli Theater, Hamburg.

Foto © Robert Schlossnickel

Es spielen: Leon Ullrich, Marion Gretchen Schmitz, Florentine Weihe.

Regie: Anja Kerschkewicz
Auszüge nach einem Text von: Sandra Gugic
Musik: Lena Geue, Klaas Hübner, Panagiotis Iliopoulos, Martina Lenzin, Meredith Nicoll
Bühne: Andrea Rickhaus
Kostüme: Felina Levits
Dramaturgie & Regieassistenz: Anne Brammen
Regieassistenz: Kristina Mücke





‘Bilder deiner großen Liebe’ – zuerst gezeigt am 17.10.2015 im Brutkasten/Thalia Gaußstraße.

Es spielen: Carlotta Freyer, Zora Fröhlich, Antonia Jungwirth

Regie: Lea Ralfs
Live-Musik: Lena Geue, Martina Lenzin
Co-Regie: Gabriel Zschache
Bühne und Kostüme: Marie Jaksch
Dramaturgie: Jascha Fendel, Nikolai Ulbricht


shy shaky sharky art pop bliss — OddWop / fb


[on this recording: Kasia Dworatzek, Tom Otte, Mario Schöning]

Sound design:

Comicfestival Hamburg 2017—Illustration: Karin Kraemer, Animation: Annina Brell, Musik: Martina Lenzin / it’s a counterproduct


‘Last Las Vegas’: an animation movie by Jannis Esselbrügge;
soundtrack by Martina Lenzin (it’s a counterproduct!);
also appearing on ‘Delivery 2 Millionaire$’/DVD collection;

solo as ‘MD e_mol’:


As there’s no place called rest – just ways to walk and good shoes – Honeyheads are trying to supply you with some decent footwear, or, at least, a nice soundtrack to wherever you’re going. Reportedly, our music sounds like a Wes Anderson movie, and if so, these might be the tunes to some sequence of that film:


Honeyheads – Live at Wimbledon 


Honeyheads – Live at Wimbledon LP
Release date: 1st of August 2013
Label: All Rock ‘N’ Roll Speeds Up Records / Catalogue No: arnrsu 000010
A1 Aged & In Love
A2 Funeral Joe
A3 Oh, Speed
A4 Exploiting the Hive
A5 (Wait) For You
B1 Autistic Artist
B2 Awake Again or
B3 Bob’s Tale
B4 Make Out Captain
B5 Palm Trees and Technology
B6 Song of Sealed Lips 
(Format: Album; 12inch vinyl + downloadcode)
Artwork by James Turek, Layout by e_mol.


Honeyheads | Tripping The Light Fantastic – Split

Tripping The Light Fantastic | Honeyheads double A-Sided Split 7Inch;
released 1st of July 2013
Label: DUFFLECOAT Records / Catalogue No: DCR511;
A1: ‘Neon Ant Colony’ (by Tripping The Light Fantastic)
A2: ‘Lover Not a Fighter’ (by Tripping The Light Fantastic)
AA1: ‘Funeral Joe’ (by Honeyheads)
AA2: ‘Song of Sealed Lips’ (by Honeyheads)
Artwork by Matthias Moravek, Layout by e_mol.
Thank You TTLF!


Honeyheads – Trivia About







Honeyheads – Trivia About LP;
released April 1st 2011 (CARGO Rec.)
[Hamburg release: February 5th 2011]
Label: MARSH-MARIGOLD / Catalogue No: Mari 34;
A1 Saturday
A2 Listen, It’s Gone
A3 It’s So Temptin’
A4 I Know
A5 It’s A Frame About Rod
A6 Akira
A7 Goodwill St.
B1 Coimbra Skyline
B2 Two Former Fists
B3 From A To B To See You
B4 Linda, Linda
B5 Waiting At A Bus Stop
B6 Whole Lotta Laundry
B7 Out Of Marseille
(Format: 12inch Vinyl + Downloadcode)
Artwork by e_mol.


Honeyheads – Trumours About Honeyheads

Honeyheads – Trumours About… C-26/Remixes;
self-published, 26/12/2011;
A1. Goodwill St. (Never gonna give Dub up) by Aufa!Fikri >5:35
A2. Listen, It’s Gone RMX by Chomolungmas Kleid >4:00
A3. Saturday: Remix #3 by Will Budberry >2:52
B1. Sebus & João Geck Samedi Remix >7:14
B2. Linda, Linda (Broken Toy Mix) by Dormouse >2:15
B3. Forever Street by Nachtigall >2:23
(Format: Compact Cassette, mp3s by request)
Artwork by Caspar.


Honeyheads– The Abelha Mestra Tapes


Honeyheads – The Abelha Mestra Tapes EP;
1) From A To B To See You
2) Coimbra Skyline
3) Out Of Marseille
(Format: mp3 Download w/ Booklet)
Artwork by e_mol.


Honeyheads– Edwyn Speaks Louder Than Kirk


Honeyheads – Edwyn Speaks Louder Than Kirk EP;
Cloudberry#82; March 2008;
1) From A To B To See You
2) Coimbra Skyline
3) Out Of Marseille
(Format: 3inch CD, limited edition)
Artwork by e_mol.


Honeyheads on Compilations:


Honeyheads do the shoe-doo on:
WordPress, too,
and fb.


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