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Featuring members of San Francisco luminaries A Minor Forest and Tarentel, Lumen borrow from 70's progressive rock and experimental guitarists John Fahey and Steve Reich to create a uniquely modern twist on instrumental rock. With eight appropriately untitled tracks flowing into one another, the marriage of acoustic guitar, upright bass, accordion, and drums weave complex polyrhythms and instrumental virtuosity into the fabric of warm, new age textures. From pensive, sparsely adorned passages to sinister waves of hypnotic interconnecting structures of varying intensity, the ultimate effect is a pensive, refreshing, and ambitious recording that makes for an appropriate partner for most any mood.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Originally starting out as a bedroom collective of several people who had the commonality of disliking post-rock, Lumen eventually branched out in 1997 as Jeffrey Rosenberg, Jeffrey Kane, Andee Connors, and David Blei started playing out in their native of San Francisco. With the release of their debut EP, Toffee, the quartet captured their quirky hybrid of metal ballads, punk, and new age with a layered instrumentation that included acoustic guitars, upright bass, organs, and accordion. Not too...
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 03 May 2001

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