Tag : mac demarco

Rock en Seine Festival Review

1 year ago / 0 comments

This year was the 15th anniversary of the French music festival Rock en Seine with a 110 000 people attending the 3-day festival, with headliners including The XX, PJ Harvey and Flume among others. Having attended this festival for 3 years running, I have realised how popular it has become … Read More

This Old Dog by Mac Demarco

2 years ago / 0 comments

Mac is back. But it’s definitely not bigger than ever. He has spent his time developing a real caricature of himself, letting his musical outputs slide. His lack of hygiene, dry humour, goofy style and give-a-fuck stoner attitude has allowed his already healthy adolescent following to grow. He’s done interviews … Read More

‘This Old Dog’ and ‘My Old Man’ by Mac Demarco

2 years ago / 0 comments

Mac Demarco has released two songs from his new album out on May 5th . The songs ‘My Old Man’ and the title track ‘This Old Dog’ are a break away from the sound of previous full length album Salad Days (2014) and his mini album Another One (2015). The … Read More

The Alternative Christmas Playlist

2 years ago / 0 comments

Twas the night before Christmas, and you’re on the verge of strangling yourself with tinsel because you’ve heard The Progues’ ‘Fairytale of New York’ 7623867 times on the radio already. If this sounds like you, then look no further. Your local music nerds at the Music section racked their heads together … Read More

Another One by Mac Demarco

3 years ago / 0 comments

In 1998’s ‘The Big Lebowski’, Jeff Bridges’ drawled “Um, I am not “Mr. Lebowski”. You’re Mr. Lebowski. I’m the Dude.” However, Jeff Lebowski is no longer the Dude: Mac Demarco is. Demarco has now become somewhat of a cult hero since releasing odd-ball jangle pop gem Salad Days last year. With it he … Read More

Album Review // Mac Demarco – '2'

6 years ago / 0 comments

  Mac Demarco  – 2 – Captured Tracks Mac Demarco’s ‘2’ showcases an understated blend of guitar driven song writing, lying proximal to Kurt Vile with echoes of The Velvet Underground. Indeed this is a high praise, but though a refreshing diversion from current rock music, this well crafted album ultimately bespeaks the untapped … Read More