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Nai Harvest x Mac DeMarco – “Onion Man”

Indie rock court jester Mac DeMarco held an impromptu barbecue in Brooklyn earlier this month, and beforehand, he spent four days recording Some Other Ones, an 8-track set of woozy, sun-warped instrumentals to soundtrack the event. Apparently inspired by his burst of lo-fi creativity, UK DIY label Art Is Hard have assembled some friends to […]

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Mac DeMarco – “No Other Heart”

The more songs Mac DeMarco releases off his upcoming mini-album Another One, the more clear it becomes that this is one moony set of songs. DeMarco is in fine lover-boy form on his latest, “No Other Heart,” channeling the same lovesick sentiments as “I’ve Been Waiting For Her” and “The Way You’d Love Her.” If […]

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Mac DeMarco – “I’ve Been Waiting For Her”

Mac DeMarco’s mini-album Another One will be out in just a few weeks, and today he’s shared another track called “I’ve Been Waiting For Her.” In keeping with most of what we’ve heard so far, it’s an understated love song that quickly spirals off into a scratchy, fuzzed-out riff. Between his warbled vocals and the […]

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Stream Mac DeMarco’s Some Other Ones BBQ Soundtrack

Mac DeMarco’s throwing a BBQ/listening party in Brooklyn this afternoon, where he’ll be serving up hot dogs and playing songs from his upcoming mini-album, Another One. He’ll also apparently be playing some new instrumental tracks: He just uploaded an 8-track collection of songs called Some Other Ones to Bandcamp and billed it as the “BBQ […]

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Mac DeMarco – “Just To Put Me Down”

Prolific, sardonic Canadian indie-rock poster boy Mac DeMarco is releasing a new mini-album this summer called Another One, and another song off that album has surfaced today via a recording off Marc Riley’s BBC Music show. Previously, we’d heard the mumbled, romantic drone of “The Way You’d Love Her,” a sweet ballad punctuated by one […]


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Mac DeMarco – “The Way You’d Love Her”

Mac DeMarco recently announced the release of a new mini-album, cheekily called Another One. Actually, “cheeky” might be the best way to describe DeMarco’s preferred mode of being, and “The Way You’d Love Her” continues nicely in this vein. No one is better at dragging an undercurrent of sardonic ribbing through the wide-eyed, moony ballad. […]