Legal name: Uwe Schmidt
Also performs as: 21 Brothers, Almost Digital, Atom Heart (German acid/ambient/electronica producer Uwe Schmidt), Atom™ (German electronic/acid producer Uwe Schmidt), Atomu Shinzo, BASS, Bitniks, Brown (aka Uwe Schmidt), Bund Deutscher Programmierer, CMYK, Cœur Atomique, D'Ammond, DJ Marco Favati, DJ Roxy, Don Atom, DOS Tracks, Dots, Dr. Mueller, Dropshadow Disease, Erik Satin, Flextone, Fonosandwich, Geeez 'N' Gosh, Hüllkurve, i, Interactive Music, Lassigue Bendthaus, Linger Decoree, Lisa Carbon, Lisa Carbon & Friends, Los Negritos, Los Sampler's, Machine Paisley, Matt & Silver, MC Unknown, Microsmiles, MIDISport, Mike McCoy (Uwe Schmidt, German elcetornic producer), Mono™, Naturalist, Paul Vanderstukken, Phreak, Phresh Phantasy, Plastique (One-off performance name of Uwe Schmidt), Pornotanz, Real Intelligence, Schnittstelle, Semiacoustic Nature, Señor Coconut y Su Conjunto, Silver Sound, Slot, Soundfields, Superficial Depth, Takeshi Onda, The Disk Orchestra, The Fumes (One-off performance name of Uwe Schmidt), The Roger Tubesound Ensemble, The Stereonerds, Tobias Selbermann, Urban Primitivism, VSVN, Weird Shit, XOX Crew
Uwe Schmidt (born 27 August 1968 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany), also known as Atom™, Atom Heart, or Señor Coconut, is a German composer, musician and producer of electronic music. He is often regarded as the father of electrolatino, electrogospel, and aciton music. In the nineties, Schmidt moved to Chile and developed part of his career there, adopting the alias Mr. Coconut.