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Sun, July 14th

The War On Drugs

Over the past few years, The War On Drugs managed to build an unprecedented global reputation. The Philadelphia band grew to stadium proportions and beyond since the success of their breakthrough album ‘Lost in The Dream‘ (2014). Their hallmark: a very distinctive, atmospheric sound that… Lees verder »The War On Drugs

Cat Power Sings Dylan ’66

Cat Power – the alter ego of Chan Marshall – comes to Cactus Festival with a reinterpretation of Dylan’s ‘Royal Albert Hall Concert‘. A legendary concert that caused controversy in 1966 because of its partly non-acoustic/electric nature, which at the time was absolutely not done… Lees verder »Cat Power Sings Dylan ’66

Unknown Mortal Orchestra

For more than 10 years, Ruban Nielson has been “good at being in trouble“. The New Zealand musician has a knack of sabotaging a sophisticated sense of pop with his free spirit and thirst for experimentation. The latter may have prevented him from being shot… Lees verder »Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Anna Calvi

Anna Calvi, the London-based singer-songwriter with an opera voice and masterful guitar skills makes powerful and passionate music inspired by goth rock, flamenco and classical composers like Ravel and Debussy. In the process, she explores themes of lust, control and heartbreak, which she complements with… Lees verder »Anna Calvi

Waxahatchee

Katie Crutchfield grew up in Alabama, near Waxahatchee Creek. The singer-songwriter already has six albums to her name, with her sound evolving from lo-fi folk to generous alt-country and back. What always remained the same is her voice: sincere and warm, with a slight Southern… Lees verder »Waxahatchee

Demob Happy

Riffs! Glam! Melody! Newcastle-based Demob Happy is not afraid to ogle the big stages. Even on their third album ‘Divine Machines’, the trio throws their influences into the blender. Their combo of QOTSA swagger, shiny stadium rock and a love for John Lennon tunes make… Lees verder »Demob Happy