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Thomas P. Heckmann - Ghosts mp3

Performer: Thomas P. Heckmann
Title: Ghosts
Country: US
Catalog Number: NOVUM-II
Label: Carpe Sonum Novum
Released: 2015
Style: Dark Ambient, Ambient, Electro, Experimental
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 743

Tracklist

1Steps4:12
2Mortification5:50
3Fear6:48
4Scream4:44
5Ghosts 8:28
6Farewell2:48
7Darkness8:52
8Paradoxon7:55
9Absolution 8:33
10Vault10:14
11Node4:54

Credits

  • Mastered By, Liner Notestph
  • Written-By, ProducerThomas P. Heckmann

Notes

Released in Digipak.

℗ + © 2015 Carpe Sonum Novum

Limited to 300 copies.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: 13840 - 30256 30256-2D2B 082715
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI A505

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Carpe Sonum Novum
  • Copyright (c) – Carpe Sonum Novum
  • Mastered At – Trope Mastering

Album

Ghosts by Thomas P. Heckmann, released 09 January 2016 1. Vault 2. Node 3. Ghosts 4. Absolution 5. Paradoxon 6. Scream 7. Darkness 8. Fear 9. Steps 10. Mortification 11. As creation goes, the name Ghosts came straight on my mind and influenced the further recordings of the album heavily. My experiments with ambience, rooms, fear, darkness and the innermost ghosts we all carry with us came to very it turned out to be a very physical satisfaction as well to listen to the atmospheres and the sheer immense power of the drones and music, that sometimes emerged just by itselfor was it . Heckmann, released 22 September 2015 1. Farewell Thomas P. Heckmann's career smacks of diversity, ingenuity, and a stubborn refusal to adhere to genre. First gaining notoriety in the early 90s as a vital cog in the German techno machine, he founded the Trope Recordings label and set about firming up a beachead in the already splintering electronica scenes of the time. Body Music Album Teaser. Thomas P. The Melting Pot. Heckmann 25th Anniversary Remixes, Pt. The Lost Tales V. The Lost Tales Vol. Heckmann on free to Thomas P. Heckmann Ghosts Vault, Node and more. 11 tracks 73:18. Nombre real: Thomas Peter Heckmann. Perfil: Techno and electronic music Producer from Mainz, Germany. Listen to Ghosts by Thomas P. Heckmann - Ghosts by Thomas P. Heckmann on Beatport, the world's largest music store for DJs. But what gives Ghosts its most unique flavor is the schizophrenic paradox of styles that lies at its core. Vault and the title track work that post-industrial mojo to satisfying, if acrid, ends, conjuring up such contemporary voices as Andy Stott and some of the motley Mordant Music crew. Album 2015 11 Songs. Ambient the last famous cinema music composer Thomas Newman always creates mystic and mysterious atmosphere. Check out his Ghosts to understand the talent of

Reviews (1)
Malaris
Thomas P. Heckmann's career smacks of diversity, ingenuity, and a stubborn refusal to adhere to genre. First gaining notoriety in the early 90s as a vital cog in the German techno machine, he founded the Trope Recordings label and set about firming up a beachead in the already splintering electronica scenes of the time. Juggling a well-respected DJ/producer career with his own admirable musical talents made labels such as Force Inc., Mille Plateaux and Pete Namlook's Fax +49-69/450464 sit up and take notice. Now, with Ghosts, his third release on Carpe Sonum, Heckmann's blended his various influences into a veritable tour de force of textural girth and grit.

Ghosts is as unlikely a 'follow-up' to his previous Lost Tales volumes as you're likely to find. Trading in what is euphemistically termed dark ambient on this go-round, Heckmann seems to have inadvertently or intentionally forged a modern post-industrial statement of extraordinarily powerful intent. Largely eschewing the easily recognizable horizontal hold of electronica's well-trodden beat structures, Heckmann augments his mildly abrasive tones and brittle atmospheres with pulses carved from an aural wood of drift rather than driftwood. The eleven pieces on Ghosts cackle and glee with an almost demonic abandon, percussive accents bouncing throughout the stereofield in an often wild display of vivid color schemes. Nowhere is this more evident than across the eight minute panoptic nerves of "Absolution", where Heckmann's many years of adept rhythm programming blossom forth in an explosive rush of digital swing.

But what gives Ghosts its most unique flavor is the schizophrenic paradox of styles that lies at its core. "Vault" and the title track work that post-industrial mojo to satisfying, if acrid, ends, conjuring up such contemporary voices as Andy Stott and some of the motley Mordant Music crew. Heckmann's hauntological soundworld here is so complex that Ghosts is one of those rare records that bares repeated visits, deeper listening, undivided attention; after the headcrack sensations felt during the first spin, successive replays are necessary to absorb everything Heckmann's compositions painstakingly reveal. It's that kind of freaky mindtrip.
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