The End of All Things To Come (Clear... 2XLP
When the then 21-year old Mac DeMarco released his debut Rock and Roll Night Club 12” just a short while ago in the Spring of 2012, it was accompanied by a barrage of bizarrely funny promo videos, wildly unhinged live performances and a not-so-subtle disparate range of promo photos. The glam facade was purely that, an image that was manufactured for fun to confuse the stiff and compartmentalizing world of indie music journalists. But it wasn’t all a jest, as that EP covered a whole range of music styles that were latent in the ex-Makeout Videotape frontman’s already impressive slough of cassette-only releases. The sincere and warm Mac who sang “Only You” was the same lipstick-wearing sleazoid that crooned “Baby’s Wearing Blue Jeans” and that suited him and his listeners just fine.
Cooking Up Something Good
Freaking Out The Neighborhood
Ode To Viceroy
The Stars Keep On Calling My Name
My Kind Of Woman
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