Juan Maclean

Real Name:John Maclean

This page is to be used for Juan Maclean's production work, guest appearances, collaborations and NOT for his work under the project The Juan Maclean. So list thàt music / the project work under The Juan MacLean.
John Maclean was previously a member of Six Finger Satellite who released 5 albums on the Sub Pop label making electro-punk noise-music. The band was struck by several tragedies, and Maclean eventually moved into production duties, utilizing his home studio in Providence (nicknamed "The Parlor"). Maclean spent several years out of the music business, getting a degree at the Providence College and teaching English in New Hampshire. He continued a friendship with James Murphy, who moved to New York City and co-founded influential dance-punk label DFA Records. Murphy urged Maclean to get back into music, and got Maclean experimenting with modern electronic mixing equipment. Subsequently DFA would include several Maclean compositions on compilation records. His first album on the label - The Juan MacLean - Less Than Human - was released in July 2005 and several more by The Juan MacLean project followed. In 2011 John Maclean began collaborating with singer Amy Douglas under the name Peach Melba. That decade also saw Maclean releasing solo releases and collaborations with Marcus Lambkin, Kevin McHugh (2) and Geoff Kirkwood.

In Groups:Autofac, Juan Power, Longlost, Peach Melba, Six Finger Satellite, The Juan MacLean, Infinity Machine (4)
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