Adam Jacobs, contributor
The Juan Maclean’s music sounds like what a dude with a MacBook and a handful of Adderall performing at Coachella would play.
The album starts off with a driving track that made me feel like I was in a video game, yet also made me nervous that someone would hear me listening to the song. Repetitive bass beats and light, airy vocals make most of this album fade into the background. It would be perfect for the new Tron soundtrack. If you work in a factory or are a robot, the bass thump will make you churn out those Beanie Babies in record time.
In A Dream, the third album from The Juan Maclean is a hodgepodge of electro sounds sure to make any 13-year-old girl or meth addled young adult cream in their jeans. But for me it’s just mediocre, at best.
Rating: 5 out of 12 cans of PBR!