Wunderkind Maxi Hecker 1st began taking part in his breathy, polyester pop for an audience in the corners from the Hackesche Markt in Berlin. The youthful vocalist/songwriter would stand there along with his acoustic guitar and amp so that they can woo women a decade older after that him with gorgeous “schweinepop” or “inexpensive pop.” Hecker started his music profession like a drummer for numerous rock rings, but found that the rings wouldn’t normally play his tunes just how he meant. He soon lay out by himself as a genuine musician of solitude, playing all of the parts himself. After offering about 30 copies of his demonstration to anyone who indulge his romanticism, Hecker obtained his first standard release using the track “Cold Blowing wind Blowing” around the soundtrack Alaska.de. His full-length debut, Infinite Like Songs, adopted in 2001 on Kitty-Yo. The recording, more suitable for California seaside bunnies compared to the market of Berlin, founded Hecker’s placement among pop Casanovas like Air flow and Momus.