Mac DeMarco

Mac DeMarco

LE BIKINI - RAMONVILLE ST AGNE
PLACEMENT LIBRE
Mac DeMarco

Mac DeMarco

LE BIKINI - RAMONVILLE ST AGNE
Mercredi 28 septembre 2022 , 20h00

Annulé

La séance est annulée !
Spectacles P. Sansonetto & Radical Production présentent

Le concert de Mac DeMarco prévu le 28 septembre 2022 au Bikini est annulé.
Voici le communiqué de l’artiste :
"Hello, Mac D here. I need to continue work on five easy hot dogs, I’m afraid I have to cancel some shows this year because of this. Not all of them, but a good chunk of them. Don’t get me wrong, I love live rock and roll music, and for canceling I’m so sorry. Once I’ve completed what I have to do, I promise to come and share.”
Pour obtenir le remboursement de vos billets, merci de vous adresser à votre service de billetterie avant le 28/11/2022


Depuis la sortie de « Salad Days » en 2014, Mac DeMarco est devenu le plus cool et décalé des artistes de la scène indie internationale. Sa fragilité insouciante et loufoque ont conquis le public et il remplit des salles à travers le monde.
Le canadien multi-instrumentiste a annoncé son nouvel album Here Comes The Cowboy pour le 10 Mai 2019, première sortie à paraître sur son propre label Mac's Record Label.
« Hi, Mac Here. 
First off, thank you for listening to my new record. This one is my cowboy record.
Cowboy is a term of endearment to me, I use it often when referring to people in my life. 
The rusty old grinning pin on the front and back covers of the record was purchased from a man in the mountains somewhere in the Nantahala National Forest between Chattanooga, TN and Asheville, NC. 
Where I grew up there are many people that sincerely wear cowboy hats and do cowboy activities, these aren’t the people I’m referring to. Before realizing that your surroundings don’t necessarily define who you are, I felt very uncomfortable in the company of that culture.
This record was recorded in my garage during the first two weeks of January, 2019. I played all the instruments, except for a little bit of keyboard here and there, which was played by my touring keyboard player, and friend for most o me life now, Alec Meen. My travelling sound man Yakitori Santar helped me track it and put it together as well. It was raining a lot in Los Angeles while we were recording, you can hear it tapping on the windows of the garage here and there if you listen closely. »

- Mac Demarco