Following the celebrated release of 2, Mac Demarco has garnered a tremendous adoration from an increasingly large fan base. Demarco and band's extra-loose, down-to-earth energy is only accentuated in their live performances, an undeniably attractive attribute in a world where artists of Mac's calibre become self-rightous all too often. With such a characterization, it is incredibly exciting to announce a limited cassette run of a recent show in Bloomington, IN, to be released on Jurassic Pop. The cassette is a non-bootleg, professional recording of the performance at Russian Recording, featuring 13 high-spirited tunes. Among the original tracks is a "Cocaine" cover and a bonkers 10-minute medley featuring overwhelmingly goofy renditions of Metallica's "Enter Sandman", The Police's "Message In A Bottle", a wonderfully out of tune "Blackbird", a heavy, anthemic version of Neil Young's "Unknown Legend", and more.
Stream the recordings below, and check out some pictures from the show after the jump.