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Mac DeMarco announced on Polaris Prize short list & Terminal 5 Show announced is thrilled to announce that Mac DeMarco has been announced on the Polaris Prize short list for his current album Salad Days. Polaris Prize honors the best album of the year by a Canadian artist. Other artists in the running include Drake, Arcade Fire, and Owen Pallett. At the ripe old age of 24, Mac has already released three albums to date and toured the globe charming fans not only in Canada and the United States but internationally as he’s sold out venues across Asia, Australia, South America, North America, and Europe. Mac DeMarco will be performing at Terminal 5 on Tues Nov 4th with international acts Connan Mockasin and King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. Tickets go on sale Friday and can be found here.

Mac DeMarco, Speedy Ortiz and Juan Wauters announced at 4 Knots Festival in New York in July Panache is very excited to announce the addition of Mac DeMarco to the 4 Knots Festival lineup. He will be joining Panache artists Speedy Ortiz and Juan Wauters on July 12th down at the South Street Seaport in New York. Definitely one of our favorite Ny summer past times. Kick back and join us as we rock the summer away, rain or shine! More info here.

Panache announces Northside Festival Showcase @ Baby's All Right Panache is excited to announce our Northside Festival showcase on Thursday June 12 at Baby’s All Right. The lineup features Hunters, Australia’s King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Walter TV, Homeshake, Juan Wauters, Big Ups and a very special dj set from Mr. Jonathan Toubin who will be closing the evening with a soul set.  Thee Oh Sees will also be in town playing a daytime show at McCarren Park that weekend. We will be announcing more details soon. Looking forward to seeing you all there!!!!! You can RSVP here.

Mac DeMarco, Ty Segall & Jacco Gardner announced on FYF Fest's lineup is thrilled to announce that one of our favorite festival’s FYF Fest has announced their lineup. Panache artists Ty Segall and Mac DeMarco will be returning for another consecutive year, and Netherland’s Jacco Gardner will be making his debut performance at the festival which takes place this year at its new home, LA Sports Arena & Exposition Park. Full lineup and details here. Hope to see you out there in the sun!

Pitchfork premieres Pepperoni Playboy, a Mac DeMarco "macumentary" directed by Jon Leone out the Mac DeMarco documentary which premiered on Pitchfork this past week. Directed by Jon Leone, Pepperoni Playboy, a 34-minute “macumentary” shot in part by DeMarco and bandmate Pierce McGarry, follows Mac as he hams it up on tour in China & Australia, shows off his Jizz Jazz Studios in Brooklyn and masters his current record Salad Days at Bonati Mastering.  The film captures an amazing snapshot and moment in time in his quickly growing career, while also showcasing the hilarious and charming personalities that make up Mac and his bandmates. Check out the film here.

Today’s Shows / Jul 23, 2014

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Durham, North Carolina,
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Wunderbar But Tickets


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Troubadour But Tickets

Artist Updates


Artrocker reviews White Fence's For The Recently Found Innocent

There are have been some great psych albums this year, but White Fence set the standard for the return to the 60’s feel and you’ll have many hours of enjoyment getting lost in it’s myriad of psychedelic abandon.


Pitchfork features Mac DeMarco on Tyler, the Creator's "Loiter Squad"

...Odd Future released a new episode of their skit-based Adult Swim show, Loiter Squad. One of the skits, “Granny, Tyler, More” features Mac DeMarco soundtracking Tyler’s incredibly uncomfortable and possibly NSFW daydream…

Cheese on Toast

Cheese on Toast features Tiny Ruins' video for "Me At The Museum, You In The Wintergardens"

Premiered by the U.S. public radio website NPR this morning comes a new video for Tiny Ruins filmed, edited and made by Neil Finn while on tour in Europe.

Pop Matters

Pop Matters reviews Reigning Sound's Shattered

Cartwright and Reigning Sound, with another consistent album, could have shown us the resilience of rock music at its most elemental. But with this brilliant turn they take it a step further. They prove you don’t need to deconstruct genre…

Colorado Daily

Colorado Daily reviews Mac DeMarco's show at The Gothic Theater

DeMarco mixed these philosophies just splendidly, making for one of the most unique concert experiences I’ve ever had. Like his music, the surface level may have seemed bittersweet, but at its heart it was a show designed for having a good time to…


Stereogum announces Mac DeMarco's Salad Days Demos

Mac DeMarco released his new album, Salad Days, earlier this year, but now fans will be getting something more: DeMarco’s previously released demos for the albums 2 and the aforementioned Salad Days will be getting a proper vinyl release…


Pitchfork announces White Fences split with Jack Name

The White Fence split is out on September 2. It features the track “Nero (Has a Lot to Think About)” and is backed by a track called “Belly Full of Blood” from Los Angeles singer/songwriter Jack Name. Listen to a preview of both tracks above.


Pitchfork announces Jack Name's split with White Fence

The White Fence split is out on September 2. It features the track “Nero (Has a Lot to Think About)” and is backed by a track called “Belly Full of Blood” from Los Angeles singer/songwriter Jack Name. Listen to a preview of both tracks above.

Times Leader

Times Leader reviews Zig Zags' Self-Titled

It may be 2014, but “Zig Zags” is filled with metal that sounds like it has been plucked right out of the timestream and the yesteryears of the genre.

Brooklyn Rail

Brooklyn Rail interviews White Fence

Tim Presley is a four-track small room wizard crafting lo-fi California sunshine punk for people who loathe leaving their homes. His lyrics are simultaneously throwaway and intensely personal—arid yet uncomfortably precise.


Garotas Suecas' "Bucolismo" featured as KEXP's Song of the Day

Garotas Suecas, Portugese for Swedish Girls, are an alternative rock outfit from Rio De Janeiro comprised of five men and one woman. They’ve been rocking the southern hemisphere since 2005, but have recently started gaining a cult following…

Paste Magazine

Paste reviews Reigning Sound's Shattered

Over several studio albums, Reigning Sound’s musical focal point has never been easy to pinpoint. Unlike a swath of other experimental maestros, Greg Cartwright’s insistence on inconsistency is a really good thing.

The AV Club

AV Club reviews Reigning Sound's Shattered

While Reigning Sound has definitely rocked harder, there’s more to life than going loud and fast. This is confident, uplifting music from a true-believing family man and sometimes electrician with no apparent desire to play stadiums…


Pitchfork reviews Reigning Sound's Shattered

But in a humbler, warmer, more openhearted way, Reigning Sound have risen above themselves—as well as the garage-rock idiom that spawned them— while spiritually hewing true.

Village Voice

Village Voice reviews Juan Wauters' performance at 4Knots Festival

Unassuming and ambitious sounds like an odd combination, but Juan Wauters radiated both qualities as he took the stage Saturday. Looking as if he had just stepped from the crowd, with nothing but an acoustic guitar…


Diffuser reviews Mac DeMarco's show at 4 Knots Festival

Garnering a huge crowd on the pier, Mac DeMarco blew fans away with an offbeat but endearing sense of humor and, more importantly, a tight band that played a curious and fascinating brand of sunglasses rock.


White Fence's For the Recently Found Innocent featured on NPR's First Listen

Presley uses White Fence as a proving ground for ideas that, as of For the Recently Found Innocent, have steered toward the gentle pomp of late-‘60s psychedelic pop, rock and folk.


Gothamist posts photos of Mac DeMarco playing 4Knots Festival

In addition to Dinosaur Jr.‘s heavily crowd-surfed set, the affable (and clearly quite adored) Mac DeMarco also rocked the docks. Speedy Ortiz was reliably excellent, along with Those Darlings, Nude Beach, and Juan Wauters.


Noisey interviews Mac DeMarco at a Cat Cafe

I met Mac at Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium, a place that is basically a weird strip club for people that want to watch and pet cats instead of humans. It’s a bizarre place: full of twee tea-sets and grown women crawling across the floor…

Alt Citizen

Alt Citizen interviews Juan Wuaters

Queens resident by way of Uruguay, Juan Wauters has been making music with his band the Beets for quite a while. Now playing solo, with not much more than a guitar and an interesting light set up to accompany him onstage…


Pitchfork reviews Tonstartssbandht Overseas

With their prolific nature, it would be easy to give Tonstartssbandht bonus points simply because of all the different sounds they can make, but this band and Overseas are special because of how they utilize all the tools at their will.

Pasadena Star- News

Pasadena Star-News reviews Reigning Sound's Shattered

In lesser hands, the juggling of styles on “Shattered” might have come off as jarring or confused, but thanks to Cartwright’s excellent songs and Reigning Sound’s fluency in a variety of musical styles, it all works.

Go Up State

Go Up State features Reigning Sound's show in Greenville

As has become Reigning Sound’s signature, the new album has a 1960s flavor with influences that encompass a wide array of sometimes obscure rock and soul from that era.

Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph reviews Tiny Ruins' Brightly Painted One

Tiny Ruins is New Zealand-based Brit Hollie Fullbrook’s solo project. For her second album, Brightly Painted One, out now on Spunk, she has expanded her sound world with a regular bassist in Cass Basil…

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