Tommy Eichmann is a Brooklyn-based Producer, Mixer, Engineer, and Songwriter.
He began his career as a Session Musician, and member of NYC's The Crash Moderns. The 5-piece Power Pop outfit enjoyed successful tours and opening slots, supporting a variety of national acts, from Lifehouse and Bowling for Soup to American Hi-Fi, Cartel, and The Pink Spiders. Soon after, Tommy left the band in order to focus on developing artists.
As a Producer, Tommy worked with longtime friend and collaborator, Alex Winston, on her 300 Entertainment debut EP, "The Day I Died". In addition, he has been developing Brooklyn band, Twin Wave, who's 2016 single "Matador" went viral in both the US and Global Spotify charts, as well as Alt-Pop songstress, Emmy Wildwood, and the Indie Rock upstart, Lucy.
Tommy also recently served as Engineer for the LA alternative duo, POWERS, with whom he penned The Knocks' "Dancing With Myself". Since signing with Defend Music Publishing in 2016, Tommy has also written with a variety of artists, including: Alex Winston, Twin Wave, VHS Collection, Secret Weapons, Emmy Wildwood, Mike Campbell, and The Karma Killers.