Polaris Music Prize nominee Mac DeMarco was in town last month for what seemed like an endless string of performances packed into the week that was NXNE. During the festival mayhem he was still able to swing by Indie88 to chat with fellow Albertan Carlin about what his new record “Salad Days” is all about, his band’s notoriously raucous (and often raunchy) live shows, weird past jobs he’s had, and his love of Canadian blue-collar labour force fashion.
He also treated us to a sweet and tender little acoustic performance of “Let Her Go”:
And if you missed Mac at NXNE this year, fear not. He will be returning to Toronto for a show on November 6th at Danforth Music Hall.