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Boomkat Product Review:
Mac DeMarco gone done it again with an infectious blend of indie seduction and blue-eyed soul.Mac DeMarco gone done it again with an infectious blend of indie seduction and irresistible, blue-eyed soul songcraft on 'Salad Days' - his keenly awaited follow-up to 'Rock And Roll Night Club'. We've had a total love/hate thing with this guy since his solo debut first crossed our paths back in 2012. There's something about his whole image and even half his songs which gets right on our tits, but then we manage to ignore that endearing gap toothed grin and get hooked on the sheer pop brilliance of 'Only You' or 'Rock And Roll Night Club' and we're like, we really want to hate you but we're humming your songs on the bus home. Anyway, 'Salad Days' is also infuriatingly infectious, rending eleven songs ranging from deliciously detuned country sass ('Salad Days') to lilting Tropicalia ('Let My Baby Stay'), blue-eyed synth-soul wooze ('Chamber Of Reflection'), and then ends it with the cringey personal message on 'Jonny's Journey'.