Fans of Montreal garage revivalist Mac DeMarco might be well aware of his penchant for charmingly sloppy cover material during his live sets. He pulled out several "gems" during last weekend's Pitchfork Music Festival, rolling out personalized versions of tracks from 'Taking Care Of Business' to Metallica's 'Enter Sandman,' in a massive medley finale.

DeMarco carried this over during his recent performance at Bloomington, Indiana's Russian Recordings, which is available to stream in its entirety below. In the ten minute mash medley, DeMarco brought out his profoundly funny versions of the aforementioned 'Taking Care Of Business' and 'Enter Sandman,' as well as Limp Bizkit's 'Break Stuff',' and 'Message In A Bottle' from The Police, as well as others.

For those not interested in his versions, the rest of the show is comprised of cuts from his previous two albums. Stream it below, or buy one of 200 cassette versions of the recording from the Jurassic Pop Bandcamp page.

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