LOON ATTIC was formed as a pop duo in Malaga in September 1998, made by Juan Sanchez (vocals and composer) and David (guitar and keyboards). After 2 months of constant rehearsals playing covers of their favorite singers, took to give his first concert in one of the Pubs of their city, and after seeing the good public acceptance, which began to gain currency after its first performance, co menzaron his musical career by giving concerts throughout the city and participating in all competitions and events we were invited.
was in a competition, after finishing as winners, where they could share the stage at the FESTIVAL OF THE SUN (SPRING 2000) with known groups such as MELON DIESEL (now called TAXI), and juggle JAZZ, now known as BUTTERFLY EFFECT. They also won the same competition the opportunity to record his first "Taking Over The Asylum" (2003), first studio album in English and consists of 13 original songs.
After sharing his career with musicians coming and going, John decides fly to London and record the Spanish version of their first album was called "ASSAULT ON THE MADNESS" (2005), an album with 12 songs in Spanish of the 13 composing the English version.
On his return to Spain, David and John together again his musical skills, study the form and recorded in a home studio set up by themselves, their second album "Circus" (2009), an album with 8 original songs which should be noted his single "Solitude" that was televised on TVE 2.
In 2011 John is launched with Kankana RECORDS who distribute both physical and digital format of the album, and he does a solo with the same stage name "LOON ATTIC" although David Soto has written, along with John, the themes of his new studio album "outer space" , produced, mixed and mastered by Carlos and Anita Rowe Germade, the latter also works with Merche Corisco and Mark Vinodelfin in 3 of their courts. The first single from the new album was titled "AGAIN" , an accompanying music video directed by Jorge Agó. This project has the support of Emmannuel Lafont in the design of the album, Scream Hill in photography, Bert Elkins