One of techno's foremost experimenters, Thomas Brinkmann has produced a wide body of work ranging from conceptual projects to abstract disco-house. Brinkmann gained a name in the experimental and techno community during the late '90s for his full-length remixes (or as he terms them, "variations") of material by Richie Hawtin and Mike Ink. The variations were made possible by playback of the original records on a turntable of Brinkmann's own design, which included two tone arms with separate outputs for left and right channels. He then achieved critical acclaim and club success with his more accessible Soul Center alias, launched with a self-titled full-length in 1999. Continuing to release minimal techno 12"s and full-lengths under his own name, as well as a handful of experimental releases as Ester Brinkmann, the producer shifted toward ...
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