A sun-drenched Thursday afternoon at Halifax’s Piece Hall brought the ever-needed, laid-back yet endlessly entertaining blessing of Mac DeMarco.
Mac DeMarco plays one of the biggest gigs of his career at Halifax’s Piece Hall on June 27th, with support from Yellow Days, Amyl & The Sniffers and Working Men’s Club.
Lacking the effortless charm of previous albums, Mac DeMarco’s latest LP ‘Here Comes The Cowboy’ sounds disappointingly sterile despite some wonderful moments.
Mac DeMarco is one of the greatest crafters of the love song working today, as exemplified on his mellow third album ‘This Old Dog’.
by Ed Biggs Canadian-born indie troubadour Mac DeMarco became the toast of the indie underground in 2014 with Salad Days, a breezy album of bedroom song sketches that benefitted from sounding spontaneous and demo-like. He’s following it up with a brace of mini-albums in the form of Some Other Ones (consisting entirely of instrumentals) and Another One. It’s not explicitly personal in the same way as Salad Days – by all