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And now for something completely different. Amid the litany of SXSW coverage, I'm happy to report that last night SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO played the rawest...
Michael C. Walsh
| March 22, 2011
DJ the Juan Maclean at the Red Door
In New Hampshire, DFA-disco DJ The Juan Maclean literally brings us into the future at the Red Door in Portsmouth (107 State St., 603.373.6827).
| December 29, 2010
The Juan Maclean at the Red Door
Six Finger Satellite made some of the most influential crash-and-burn post-punk records of the '90s. After their disastrous end, former guitarist John MacLean emerged from...
| September 29, 2010
Yacht | See Mystery Lights
One reason DFA is the label of records people want at their party is because the folks there have a sense of humor — be it James Murphy's prolonged deadpan hipster-papa martyrdom, the Juan Maclean's unconcealed boner for shitty piano pre-sets, or the smi
| July 31, 2009
"I grew so weary of playing by myself on the laptop. I felt so controlled by the computer."
It's a pleasure keeping the Field on repeat
| May 15, 2009
Happy St. Patrick's Day from the Juan Maclean
With less than a month to go until Boston native the Juan Maclean drops his new DFA disc The Future ...
| March 17, 2009
Make it new!
A refresher course from the indies
A refresher course from the indies
| March 16, 2009
Four friends, two bands, and nine years laer, Arcadia Landing is closed for business, according to a statement posted on their MySpace page on July 25.
Arcadia Landing call it quits
| August 27, 2008
The beat goes on
It’s been seven years since DFA Records authorized scads of ostensibly soulless hipsters to relax a little and shake their asses the way young people ought to.
DFA’s heyday may be a whole heydecade
| August 26, 2008
Going on sale: July 18, 2008
The Walkmen, Ray LaMontagne, Jonathan Richman, Gang Gang Dance, Paul Weller, and Henry Rollins.
Breaking news from the concert ticket trade
GOING ON SALE
| July 15, 2008
Far into the Future
Almost every Tuesday night, New York DJ/producer Tim Sweeney live-mixes disco, house, electro, and offshoots and recombinants thereof.
Tim Sweeney's nighttime playlist
| October 08, 2007
In Boston’s gay club culture, night doesn’t get hotter than Hot Lunch, the gay-friendly party that takes over the Paradise Rock Club once a month. Xavier J, "Crystal Meth" (mp3)
Hot Lunch’s exploding party night, plus Bay State Beat Market
| September 12, 2006
“It’s that classic New England heavy thinking man’s rock,” is how Sonic Youth guitarist and Northampton resident Thurston Moore puts it. The Boston hit list: Ten local bands you need to see. By Matt Ashare More Thurston Moore: What a Sonic Youth gu
Black Helicopter reach a higher plane of rock
| September 05, 2006
Mark Farina has been making his mixes in the DJ booth and as a hired remixer for other artists for so long, it’s a wonder this two-disc session didn’t appear sooner.
Sessions | Ministry of Sound
| June 30, 2006
What will be this year's songs of summer? Here are the top contenders. LISTEN: Nelly Furtado, "Maneater" | Keane, "Is It Any Wonder?"
Your soundtrack to summer
| June 07, 2006
Juan and Kon
When you’re immersed in the chaos of Miami’s Winter Music Conference, it’s impossible to stick to a set schedule.
Boston goes to Miami; columnist attempts to keep up
| March 28, 2006
It wasn’t exactly a grand homecoming for former Six Finger Satellite guitarist John Maclean, who snuck into the Paradise February 3 as the electro-funk auteur behind the Juan Maclean.
The Juan Maclean at the Paradise
| February 07, 2006
In the aftermath of the Dorchester shootings, it's even harder to book rap shows in Boston.
Hip-hop promoters beat back a bum rap
| January 31, 2006
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