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Album Review

Acumen plays progressive rock. Those who, upon hearing that statement, hear sounds like '70s groups Yes and Genesis only have part of the picture, though. Acumen takes that sort of a sound and blends it with '60s political rock stylings similar to Jefferson Airplane and their ilk. The result is a sound that is true to both of those foundations, but still creates its own textures in a very modern motif. The dual vocalist approach (one male, one female) certainly adds to the group's unique sound. All in all, fans of progressive rock, or melodic rock in general, will probably find this CD to be an intriguing change of pace.


Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Producer, DJ, and label owner Antoine Garcin operates in the deep end of tech-house. Based in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France, he debuted as Acumen in 2006 with Several Lifes, a four-track digital release on Polytone. The following year, he and occasional co-producer Damien Almira (aka Timid Boy) launched the Time Has Changed label, which quickly added a sublabel, Time Is Now; the two imprints became the primary outlets for Garcin's output. In 2009, his releases gained vocal support from techno...
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