When New York's DFA Records came barreling down the hipster pipeline in the early 00's, it seemed as though none of its artists could top founder James Murphy's snotty electro-rock band LCD Soundsystem. But if anything, the Juan Maclean (which is one guy) easily rolls in a close second. This comes as a bit of a surprise because, unlike LCD, TJM's jerky Krautrock-inspired electro gets pretty abstract. The story goes that Murphy, who'd previously produced Maclean as Six Finger Satellite, convinced the rehabilitated and recently relocated artist to make music again after a long bout with addiction. The rest, as they say, is (disco) history, man.