Mac DeMarco anuncia nuevo álbum para este año + tour 🙌🏻🙌🏻 sería su álbum debut con su propia disquera “Mac’s Record Label”
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Mac Demarco is set to release a new record for the first time since 2017's 'This Old Dog'. He'll also go on a North American Tour starting with @coachella on April 13th and ending October 6th in Morrison, Colorado. Head to our IG Stories for more details about Mac's upcoming travels.
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Mac DeMarco has announced worldwide 2019 tour dates, playing some of his largest headline shows yet as well as UK and European summer festival appearances. 2019 will also reportedly bring new material to be released on DeMarco's own record label #faroutmagazine
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💽 Album: This Old Dog (2017) 🎨 Artist: Mac DeMarco 🌟 Rating: 6.5 💿 Top Tracks: Baby You’re Out, For The First Time, One More Love Song, On The Level
This Old Dog is the third album by Canadian songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Mac DeMarco. I really like Mac, both as a musician and as a person - I think that’s a lot of his charm and most of the time that shines and comes through in his music too. Unfortunately, I struggled to find that as much on this record. TOG is quite noticeably a lot more down tempo and mellow than his previous albums, which isn’t inherently a bad thing, but momentum fails to build up, it has some good moments and probably as many that are just a bit middle of the road.
Ultimately it feels like more of a complication of demos/b-sides that didn’t quite make the cut first time around, but maybe that could be the point? It’s a bit more stripped back, a bit more focused on relationships and a whole lot very back to basics. Which I get, but it feels like a little step backwards, not a huge one but noticeably enough. The best songs remain the more complex tracks, usually when Mac has his Chamber Of Reflection synth out. A solid effort, but ultimately it doesn’t haven’t the charm and humour of his previous records. I look forward to seeing him live this summer though and remain optimistic for future releases.