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The Cactus Channel ‘Stay A While’

This week’s feature album comes from Melbourne band The Cactus Channel with “Stay A While”. 

This is the band’s third album, and a departure from their signature soul-funk instrumental roots. Stepping up to the mic is the band’s own Lewis Coleman, adding a new dimension of silvery vocals. Marking a decisive turning point, their music has evolved into something wilder, a little darker and heavier. The inclusion of vocal melodies and dreamy soundtracks are embellished with electrifying wig-outs and woozy meditations.

This new sound has been cooking for a while now, with their boundary-splintering EP alongside Ball Park Music singer Sam Cromack release earlier this year, following a 7″ single collaboration with Nick Murphy (known as Chet Faker).

To support “Stay A While” the band has release a music video for ‘Storefront’ and is embarking on a national tour beginning 24th November at the Foundry in Brisbane.
Catch them in Sydney on December 1st at the Factory Floor! Tickets from

Highlight Tracks: Storefront, Leech, And Then They Rubbed Their Tired Eyes.
Tune into Breakfast and Youth Jukebox on 2RRR 88.5FM all week long to hear these songs and more.

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