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Mac DeMarco has had a lot of people excited for Salad Days since previewing fuzzy rock singles "Passing Out The Pieces" and "Brother" along with the lonely acoustic ballad "Let My Baby Stay." Now you…   Read Story »
Mac DeMarco is a wiseacre dirtbag with a raucous live show, and he'll probably always be known best as such, but he's also got a gift for small, personal, slow-dissolve melodies. MeMarco's new album…   Read Story »
Mac DeMarco's Salad Days is approaching, and while the only studio recording we've heard so far is "Passing Out Pieces," he also previewed several tracks on Canadian radio. Now comes more live Salad…   Read Story »
Since releasing his 2012 album 2, Mac DeMarco has built a serious name for himself as a maker of zoned-out, off-kilter indie rock jams and as a wiseacre with a raucous live show. DeMarco's now ready…   Read Story »
Canadian singer-songwriter Mac DeMarco has a new album called Salad Days, the follow-up to 2012's breakthrough 2, coming in April on Captured Tracks. DeMarco stopped by Edmonton's CKUA to perform an…   Read Story »
With music festival season over, we're now getting some initial lineup announcements for next year. The massive NXNE Festival in Toronto has announced its initial lineup for 2014 and it's looking…   Read Story »
Over the weekend, Mac DeMarco unveiled new track "Young Blood," inspired by the Patrick Swayze hockey movie of the same name. The song is now available for free download via the Adult Swim Summer…   Read Story »
Just a few days ago, we heard a stream of the new live cassette by Mac DeMarco, featuring a version of the Canada songwriter's covers medley that he often ends his shows with. Now, here's some more…   Read Story »
One of the most infamous moments from this weekend's Pitchfork Music Festival came during Mac DeMarco's set, when the lo-fi wiseacre devoted nearly half his onstage time to a goofball medley of…   Read Story »
This past weekend, Chicago's Union Park played host to Pitchfork Music Festival. The two-and-a-half-day event was packed tight with performances from the indiesphere's current marquee artists and its…   Read Story »