It’s wine time!
Hot Dub Time Machine
Feat. Gang Of Youths, Hot Dub Time Machine, Amy Shark and more.
The first-ever NYE In The Park lineup has arrived.
Another new option for your New Year’s celebrations.
Bags = packed.
Prepare your palette.
“I saw fights, I saw all kinds of things…behaviour that has no place in music venues or at one of my shows.”
A pretty awesome “all Australian wineup”.
Get your wine on.
“I think that people have to realise that their actions at a legendary venue like the Enmore have ramifications.”
“Rampaging teens who got ejected were smashing windows and being little fucks around the neighbourhood.”
More local legends join the bill.
Get ready for one hell of a day at the races with these huge acts.
Yes, THOSE Workaholics guys.
Lost Paradise barrels into it’s second year with a sell out event
Lost Paradise has found even more acts to cram into its already stacked lineup, with the NSW woodland music festival adding six new artists to their 2015 bill. Hot Dub Time Machine, Daniel Avery, Hayden James, Sampa The Great, World Champion and A.D.K.O.B. join previously announced mega-acts Angus & Julia Stone, Jamie xx, Four Tet
The one man, multi-generational party machine that is Hot Dub Time Machine, aka Tom Lowndes, recently got back from the always-hyped mega-festival that is Coachella and almost immediately dived back on the touring circuit at home, with shows at Groovin The Moo. Before he finishes up on GTM this weekend and kicks off his own
Don’t worry, Radelaidians, Hot Dub Time Machine hasn’t forgotten about you. The DJ has announced the first-ever Festival Of Hot Dub, a one-off event which will see him return to Radelaide for two nights of musical journeying this June. What’s more, he has also added more dates to his national tour. Festival Of Hot Dub’s
Get ready to take to the seas.
Sydney’s time-travelling DJ and perennial party monster, Hot Dub Time Machine, has announced his only Australian tour dates for 2015, with six shows to take place after his appearances at Groovin The Moo 2015. The last twelve months have seen Hot Dub Time Machine play huge sets at Sydney Festival, Falls Festival and Splendour In