Thomas P. Heckmann

Real Name:
Thomas Peter Heckmann
Profile:
Techno and electronic music Producer from Mainz, Germany. His first release was as Exit 100 in 1991 on the Force Inc. Music Works label out of Frankfurt. In 1993 he founded Trope Recordings, and its sub-label Acid Fuckers Unite (A.F.U.) the following year. In 1998 he succeeded those labels by starting Wavescape, and its sub-label Sub~Wave in 2000. He restarted AFU Music with the new name of AFU Limited in 2005 with much success with his own and the massive releases by Popof and Butch. The sub label AFULAB was followed some time later.
He currently produces Techno and all forms of electronic underground music for AFU Limited, Nachtstrom Schallplatten, Carpe Sonum and the like.
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Thomas P. Heckmann Discography Tracks

Albums

DBMLABCD 4 Thomas P. Heckmann - The Labworks Years album art Thomas P. Heckmann Presents Spectral Emotions Thomas P. Heckmann Presents Spectral Emotions - The Labworks Years(CD, Album, Ltd) Death Becomes Me, Labworks UK DBMLABCD 4 UK 1995 Sell This Version
Thomas P. Heckmann - Raum album art Thomas P. Heckmann Raum (Album) Mille Plateaux, Mille Plateaux Germany 1999 Sell This Version
Thomas P. Heckmann - Tanzmusik album art Heckmann* Tanzmusik (Album) Wavescape Germany 2000 Sell This Version
PS 08/114 Thomas P. Heckmann - The Lost Tales Vol II album art Thomas P. Heckmann The Lost Tales Vol II(CD, Album, Ltd) Fax +49-69/450464 PS 08/114 Germany 2008 Sell This Version
PS 08/113 Thomas P. Heckmann - The Lost Tales Vol I album art Thomas P. Heckmann The Lost Tales Vol I(CD, Album, Ltd) Fax +49-69/450464 PS 08/113 Germany 2008 Sell This Version
Thomas P. Heckmann - Dark Matters album art Heckmann* Dark Matters (Album) Nachtstrom Schallplatten Germany 2013 Sell This Version
SEIZE-III Thomas P. Heckmann - The Lost Tales Vol. III album art Thomas P. Heckmann The Lost Tales Vol. III(CD, Album, Ltd) Carpe Sonum Records SEIZE-III US 2013 Sell This Version
Thomas P. Heckmann - The Lost Tales Vol. IV album art Thomas P. Heckmann The Lost Tales Vol. IV (Album) Carpe Sonum Records US 2014 Sell This Version
NOVUM-II Thomas P. Heckmann - Ghosts album art Thomas P. Heckmann Ghosts(CD, Album, Ltd) Carpe Sonum Novum NOVUM-II US 2015 Sell This Version
SEIZE-XXVII Thomas P. Heckmann - The Lost Tales Vol. V album art Thomas P. Heckmann The Lost Tales Vol. V(CD, Album, Ltd) Carpe Sonum Records SEIZE-XXVII US 2016 Sell This Version
Thomas P. Heckmann - Body Music album art Thomas P. Heckmann Body Music (Album) Monnom Black, Monnom Black, Monnom Black Germany 2018 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

JJ006 Thomas P. Heckmann - Acid-Pin-Ups-II album art T.P.H.* Acid-Pin-Ups-II(12", Promo, W/Lbl) JJ JJ006 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
DJAX-UP-228 Thomas P. Heckmann - Kobol Tracks № 1 album art Thomas P Heckmann* Kobol Tracks № 1(12") Djax-Up-Beats DJAX-UP-228 Netherlands 1995 Sell This Version
Thomas P. Heckmann - The Choice E.P. album art T.P.H.* The Choice E.P. (EP) Thee Blak Label Belgium 1996 Sell This Version
Thomas P. Heckmann - Mechanisms album art T.P.H.* Mechanisms Acid Fuckers Unite (A.F.U.) Germany 1997 Sell This Version
Thomas P. Heckmann - Titty Twister album art Thomas P. Heckmann Titty Twister Electric Music Foundation US 1997 Sell This Version
EF 26-12 Thomas P. Heckmann - Titty Twisters Two album art T.P.H.* Titty Twisters Two(12") Electric Music Foundation EF 26-12 US 1998 Sell This Version
WS 1201 Thomas P. Heckmann - Backlash / Global Native album art Heckmann* Backlash / Global Native(12") Wavescape WS 1201 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
AFU022 Thomas P. Heckmann - Metropolis / Fahrenheit 451 album art TPH* Metropolis / Fahrenheit 451(12") Acid Fuckers Unite (A.F.U.) AFU022 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
Thomas P. Heckmann - Kopfgeister album art Heckmann* Kopfgeister Wavescape Germany 1999 Sell This Version
Thomas P. Heckmann - Ultra Vixens EP album art Thomas P. Heckman* Vs Marc Romboy Thomas P. Heckman* Vs Marc Romboy - Ultra Vixens EP (EP, Maxi) Le Petit Prince Australia 1999 Sell This Version
WS1208 Thomas P. Heckmann - Satan & Deibel album art Heckmann* Satan & Deibel(12") Wavescape WS1208 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
WS 1203 Thomas P. Heckmann - Rache Ist Süß album art Heckmann* Rache Ist Süß(12") Wavescape WS 1203 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
Thomas P. Heckmann - Oblivion album art Heckmann* Oblivion Wavescape Germany 2000 Sell This Version
Thomas P. Heckmann - Sundance album art T.P.Heckmann* Sundance Sub~Wave Germany 2000 Sell This Version

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genocyber

genocyber

August 18, 2018
djs, produces, manages his own label, does audio mastering, collects and restores synthesizers....is there anything he cant do?
AskeladdenBlack

AskeladdenBlack

July 1, 2018
Relentless producer, big vinyl collector and all-round good guy who is a great ambassador and should be regarded as a living legend of the scene.
Jarren

Jarren

October 12, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
Thomas P. Heckmann, it's a name you know. When you went looking for records back in the 90's-00's (in real record stores), if you saw Drax or his name on a release you'd instantly want to hear it.

His own work (amongst which Amphetamine is the most well-known), or his remixes.

You were simply guaranteed a great piece of work.

And, listening to his remix of Programmed, I am happy to say that the master is still in full effect.

Quite simply, a legend.
TIM

TIM

March 29, 2015
Heckman is the pinnacle of German techno beginnings. Hard, abrasive, melodic and climatic. He can do different styles as well. And in his later years has now fully delved into full ambient albums. His name might be more famous if he followed trends like trance. You won't find much more dance floor destruction then on his Drax releases. So aggressive and mind melting that you don't need any mind altering influences. Just turn off the lights and watch the vinyl spin. Still underrated after all these years...
scherben

scherben

June 3, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
Heckmann's techno is at its' peak when he gives us his take on EBM. He's the master at peak-time stormers, with sawtooth basslines and excellent use of sounds and percussion underpinning them, usually accompanied by an excellent denouement i.e. EBM 1 and Sundancer. Further, his remixes tend to rework the original track completely, into something that's usually a big improvement on the original.......

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