It was with Production House that Acen released his first hit "Close Your Eyes", which instantly became a hardcore breakbeat anthem. In quick succession Acen released tunes such as "Trip II The Moon", "Window In The Sky" and his debut album "75 Minutes". "Trip II The Moon" is Acen's landmark release, it’s popularity in the club scene ensured that only a trilogy of remix releases could satisfy public demand. It remains a key record in DJs' record boxes to this day. Even though Acen's releases were not licensed to majors, remaining on Production House, "Close Your Eyes" went on to be Music Week's Dance Single of the Year and "Trip II the Moon" went Top 40 in 1992. Later Acen experimented with Drum n Bass releasing tracks such as "No More" and "116.7" on Warner's subsidiary F-111. More recently however, he can be seen behind the lens directing/cutting films and music promos. Acen's latest release "Dirty Raver" (2004) appeared on Rennie Pilgrem's TCR label of which, the video was also directed by himself.