Smoke cigarettes and kill bugs, ya dig?
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Is the funny kid tired of being the class clown?
With regards to DeMarco’s self-labeled “jizz jazz” genre, consider this his magnum opus.
Plus: St. Vincent, Tyler the Creator, Childish Gambino, Jeff Tweedy, and Drive-By Truckers.
The review where we relate bands to fast food.
DeMarco returns with his “heavy-hearted” third album.
SXSW week just means we have to dig a little deeper.
Plus: Lorde, The Replacements, Nick Cave, Modest Mouse, and Lykke Li.
The closest thing he’ll ever do to “dream pop”.
Featuring exclusive live recordings, demos, and more.
New album, Salad Days, arrives in April via Captured Tracks.
OutKast, Kraftwerk, Frank Ocean, Neutral Milk Hotel, The National, and loads more.
Big returns, new collaborations, and a song built using sounds from space.
Almost as good as A Little Bit of Pussy.
Salad Days arrives in April.
The friendly singer-songwriter offers a healthy dish of Salad Days.
What does DeMarco crave after a hard day’s work?
Panda Bear, Sky Ferreira, Savages, Yo La Tengo, and many, many more.
Plus: Queens of the Stone Age, The Cure, and Danny Brown.
In Photos: Captured Tracks 5 Year Anniversary feat. DIIV, Mac DeMarco, Beach Fossils, and Wild Nothing
A countdown rich with discovery and rediscovery.