Thomas Brinkmann

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Thomas Brinkmann
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German producer born in 1959, devoted to Experimental and Techno. He is the founder of Max Ernst.
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Thomas Brinkmann Discography Tracks

Albums

PROFAN - CD 2 Thomas Brinkmann - Studio 1 - Variationen album art Thomas Brinkmann Studio 1 - Variationen(CD, Album) Profan PROFAN - CD 2 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
max.E.- CD1 Thomas Brinkmann - Klick album art Thomas Brinkmann Klick(CD, Album) Max Ernst max.E.- CD1 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
Thomas Brinkmann - . album art Thomas Brinkmann & Markus Nikolai & Dominique Petitgand Thomas Brinkmann & Markus Nikolai & Dominique Petitgand - . (Album) Oral Canada 2002 Sell This Version
max.E. CD 6, max.Ernst CD 6 Thomas Brinkmann - トゥキヨゥ+1 = Tokyo+1 album art Brinkmann* トゥキヨゥ+1 = Tokyo+1(CD, Album) Max Ernst, Max Ernst max.E. CD 6, max.Ernst CD 6 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
Thomas Brinkmann - Lucky Hands album art Brinkmann* Lucky Hands (Album) Max Ernst Germany 2005 Sell This Version
max.E. CD 16 Thomas Brinkmann - When Horses Die ... album art Brinkmann* When Horses Die ...(CD, Album) Max Ernst max.E. CD 16 Germany 2008 Sell This Version
bt06 Thomas Brinkmann - The Mortimer Trap* album art Ambarchi* & Brinkmann* Ambarchi* & Brinkmann* - The Mortimer Trap*(CD) Black Truffle bt06 Australia 2012 Sell This Version
Thomas Brinkmann - What You Hear (Is What You Hear) album art Thomas Brinkmann What You Hear (Is What You Hear) (Album) Editions Mego Austria 2015 Sell This Version
Thomas Brinkmann - A 1000 Keys album art Thomas Brinkmann A 1000 Keys (Album) Editions Mego Austria 2016 Sell This Version
fr4/5 Thomas Brinkmann - A Certain Degree Of Stasis album art Thomas Brinkmann A Certain Degree Of Stasis(2xCD, Ltd) Frozen Reeds fr4/5 Finland 2016 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

PROFAN 019 Thomas Brinkmann - Studio 1 - Variationen 2 album art Thomas Brinkmann Studio 1 - Variationen 2(12") Profan PROFAN 019 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
PROFAN 018 Thomas Brinkmann - Studio 1 - Variationen album art Thomas Brinkmann Studio 1 - Variationen(12") Profan PROFAN 018 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
Thomas Brinkmann - Ekkehart / Friedrich album art Thomas Brinkmann Ekkehart / Friedrich Max Germany 1998 Sell This Version
Thomas Brinkmann - Erika / Frauke album art Thomas Brinkmann Erika / Frauke Ernst Germany 1998 Sell This Version
Thomas Brinkmann - Axel / Bernd album art Thomas Brinkmann Axel / Bernd Max Germany 1998 Sell This Version
Thomas Brinkmann - Max.Ernst & Freunde album art Thomas Brinkmann Max.Ernst & Freunde Max Ernst Germany 1998 Sell This Version
Thomas Brinkmann - Anna / Beate album art Thomas Brinkmann Anna / Beate Ernst Germany 1998 Sell This Version
Thomas Brinkmann - Gisela / Heidi album art Thomas Brinkmann Gisela / Heidi Ernst Germany 1998 Sell This Version
Thomas Brinkmann - Clara / Doris album art Thomas Brinkmann Clara / Doris Ernst Germany 1998 Sell This Version
ERNST 05 Thomas Brinkmann - Inge / Jutta album art Thomas Brinkmann Inge / Jutta(12") Ernst ERNST 05 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
Supposé X100 Thomas Brinkmann - X100 album art Thomas Brinkmann X100(12", Ltd) Supposé Supposé X100 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
Thomas Brinkmann - Untitled album art Thomas Brinkmann Untitled Max Ernst Germany 1999 Sell This Version
Thomas Brinkmann - Olga / Petra album art Thomas Brinkmann Olga / Petra Ernst Germany 1999 Sell This Version
Thomas Brinkmann - Monika / Nicola album art Thomas Brinkmann Monika / Nicola Ernst Germany 1999 Sell This Version
Thomas Brinkmann - Untitled album art Thomas Brinkmann Untitled Max Ernst Germany 1999 Sell This Version

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pberdecio

pberdecio

January 8, 2003
Brinkmann's music is deceptively simple, but stunningly innovative. He takes a basic foundation of minimal techno and raw, vintage track house, and adds elements of his elemental razor-scratched vinyl loops. These provide a subtly irregular element that can seem to drift from the beat, but don't-it's hard to explain....
This guy is definitely from the less-is-more school, and as someone who struggles with excess clutter when making tracks, I can certainly appreciate this. From moody minimal techno (best displayed on the "Row" comp.), to Soul Center's quirkily choppy deep house, to the vinyl scratch loop experiments compiled on "Klick", Brinkmann has carved out a personal niche that manages to resonate with various subsectors of the underground.

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