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‘“This recording session felt significant,” he continues. “Significant because it was the first time all six Gizzards had gotten together after an extraordinarily long time in lockdown. Significant because it produced the longest studio recording we’ve ever released. Significant because (I think) it’s going to change the way we write and record music – at least for a while… A turning point. A touchstone. I think we’re entering into our ‘jammy period’. It feels good.”’

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Fresh from a slew of shows out in Austin for this year’s SXSW, Oh Sees have announced a massive world tour that stretches across the rest of the year.

John Dwyer and co will begin the tour at Shaky Knees festival in Atlanta in early May, before heading to the UK and Ireland, taking in a host of European dates before returning to the States in the Autumn.

DIY Mag joins Mac Demarco on tour in London
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“…in between impossibly gorgeous, slowed-down renditions of ‘2’ favourite ‘Annie’ and more recent track ‘Without Me’ – both of which prove that, without any bells and whistles, the singer’s got a crooner’s pair of pipes that could melt the stoniest of hearts”

Mac DeMarco to play Sasquatch 2016
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Wolf Alice, Yeasayer, Bully, Speedy Ortiz, Mac DeMarco and Savages also appear at the 15th edition of the festival, along with Purity Ring, Oscar, Shamir, and Unknown Mortal Orchestra. The festival takes place over Memorial Day Weekend (27th-30th May) at the Gorge Amphitheater, Quincy, Washington (USA).

DIY Magazine Rehearses with Mac DeMarco
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“Most people would kill at least three likeable acquaintances to spend a day in the company of Mac DeMarco. Photographer Laura-Lynn Petrick spent two entire weeks following him around. Instead of basking in his glory and laughing at all his jokes…”

Makeout Videotape to reissue ‘Ying Yang’
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“Formed in Vancouver, with Captured Tracks labelmate Alex Calder, Makeout Videotape was Mac DeMarco’s first serious band – by his standards, anyway – and it took him out on tour for the first time, too in support of Japandroids…”