The Cactus Channel

Interview: The Cactus Channel describe their new direction & announce Australian tour

September 12, 2017

Melbourne group The Cactus Channel had their chance to showcase up at BIGSOUND this year, a great opportunity for the group to break in some new sounds and get a feel for the new direction they’ve embarked upon. Sitting down with Darvid, Lewis and Hudson, we get a little insight into how the group is approaching the release of their new album, […]

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The Preatures, Holy Holy & more announced for Festival of the Sun 2017

August 15, 2017

Festival of the Sun returns to Port Macquarie this December, looking to sell out quickly too, if previous years’ ticket sales are anything to go by! Long regarded as one of the east coast’s most popular festival events, Festival of the Sun hasn’t changed its blueprint one iota. Still completely BYO, FOTSUN has retained its family […]

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Listen to The Cactus Channel’s new single ahead of their new EP dropping this Friday!

April 19, 2017

The Cactus Channel are a Melbourne-based instrumental group who are teaming up with Ball Park Music/My Pet Radio‘s Sam Cromack on their upcoming 6-track EP, Do It For Nothing. Ahead of the release on April 21st, you can listen to the EP title track, which follows up their first single “Sorry Hills”. Going through The Cactus Channel’s […]

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Single of the Day: The Cactus Channel “Sorry Hills” (2017)

February 13, 2017

Ahead of a collaborative six-track EP due April 21st, Melbourne’s soul-driven gang The Cactus Channel and Sam Cromack (Ball Park Music, My Own Pet Radio) have dropped single ‘Sorry Hills’, the first taste of what’s to come. The single promises what’s to come on the EP, dancing the lines between alternative soul and indie pop; Cromack‘s melancholy lyrics and crooning […]

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The Jezabels, Oliver Tank, Alex Lahey & more for Secret Garden 2017

December 14, 2016

Secret Garden has long held a soft spot in the hearts of many Australian music lovers and it’s no reason why. Held in a gorgeous part of NSW over two days, the festival sells out before the line up even gets announced, such is their stellar reputation. Don your fancy dress and get ready for […]

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