16 Songs, 23 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

An eight-song refresher after 2014’s Salad Days, Another One finds the preternaturally chilled-out Canadian singer/songwriter doing what he does best: sweet, saucer-eyed folk-rock in the vein of Ween or the Beatles, made by someone who sounds like they’re still waking up. A domestic at heart, DeMarco recorded the EP at home in Far Rockaway, Queens—the album-closing “My House by the Water” starts with the sound of the beach and ends with him giving out his address and inviting folks over for coffee.

EDITORS’ NOTES

An eight-song refresher after 2014’s Salad Days, Another One finds the preternaturally chilled-out Canadian singer/songwriter doing what he does best: sweet, saucer-eyed folk-rock in the vein of Ween or the Beatles, made by someone who sounds like they’re still waking up. A domestic at heart, DeMarco recorded the EP at home in Far Rockaway, Queens—the album-closing “My House by the Water” starts with the sound of the beach and ends with him giving out his address and inviting folks over for coffee.

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