The Juan Maclean, the dance duo consisting of John MacLean and Nancy Whang (also of LCD Soundsystem), has made a comeback with a new track titled “Low Trance State.” The song was released as part of Playground Records’ 10th-anniversary compilation, Playground 10 Years Compilation, which will be released on February 24.
“Low Trance State” is a six-minute instrumental track that features a hypnotic but hard house beat, taking listeners back to the duo’s heyday with DFA Records. While it doesn’t feature Whang’s vocals, the track highlights MacLean’s solo production skills.
The Juan Maclean has been relatively quiet in recent years, with their last release, The Brighter The Light, a compilation LP, coming out in 2018. However, the duo has maintained a strong reputation in the dance music scene, with their unique blend of electronic and house music.
The release of “Low Trance State” is a welcome return for fans of the duo, who have been eagerly waiting for new music from the Juan Maclean. The song demonstrates their ability to create infectious dance beats that are perfect for the dancefloor.
As a part of Playground Records’ 10th-anniversary compilation, “Low Trance State” showcases the label’s commitment to the electronic and dance music scene. The compilation is set to be released on February 24, and fans can expect a collection of tracks that highlights some of the label’s biggest and most exciting releases over the past decade.
Overall, the release of “Low Trance State” is an exciting return for the Juan Maclean and a reminder of their impact on the dance music scene. Fans will be eagerly awaiting more music from the duo in the near future.