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  1. Apr 07,  · The irony of the title of The Juan MacLean's sophomore album 'The Future Will Come' is immediately apparent the second the laser hits the spinning disc and the first track fades in. Dusting off an old Korg and a drum machine, The Juan MacLean sound as if they've locked themselves in a room with Human League and Heaven 17 LPs circa /5(8).
  2. The irony of the title of The Juan MacLean's sophomore album 'The Future Will Come' is immediately apparent the second the laser hits the spinning disc and the first track fades in. Dusting off an old Korg and a drum machine, The Juan MacLean sound as if they've locked themselves in a room with Human League and Heaven 17 LPs circa /5(9).
  3. If you haven’t been following the last five years of Juan MacLean’s discography, this is the perfect opportunity to catch up. The New Yorker has compiled nine of his fairly recent tracks on The Brighter The Light, that he had progressively been releasing as EPs and which were honestly worth uniting under one single long format release, as they illustrate the capacity of the producer.
  4. Manthony, an EP by Juan Maclean. Released on Correspondant (catalog no. COR; Digital File)/5(1).
  5. The Juan Maclean - The Juan Maclean - The Future Will Come - DFA - DFALP - anquasibowissehealthmagoodsvabnilu.co Music.
  6. Juan Maclean, or John Maclean, was previously a member of Six Finger Satellite. They released five albums on the Sub Pop label making electro-punk noise-music. James Murphy of .
  7. The Brighter The Light | The Juan MacLean to stream in hi-fi, or to download in True CD Quality on anquasibowissehealthmagoodsvabnilu.co
  8. The Juan MacLean By The Time I Get To Venus (41 Small Stars Remix) The Juan MacLean - Catching Up With ‎ (CD, Copy Prot., Promo, Smplr).
  9. Aug 21,  · The next evolutionary step from the Detroit-heavy sound of early Juan, this new vocal led, glitterball friendly outfit are unafraid to walk the thin line between pastiche and, erm, party. I’m catching up with them on the home straight of their European tour to .

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