Hot Dub Time Machine expands his Wine Machine tour to the rest of Oz

Hot Dub Time Machine expands his Wine Machine tour to the rest of Oz

Best. Chardy. Ever. All. Over. Australia.

One of the highlights of the recent Falls Festivals around Australia was surely Hot Dub Time Machine. His decades-spanning sets are just pure fun, which is not something many can really lay claim to these days. Synced-up visuals, sax players, infectious energy from the man on stage, and heaps of fun-af songs - it explains a lot why Hot Dub Time Machine has become so successful in the past few years. He doesn't need a million likes on Facebook, he just knows how to throw a f'in good party and throw it well.

Case in point: his recent trip to Adelaide for the first instalment of Hot Dub Wine Machine - taking his much-adored live show to a winery in Adelaide, where he was joined by some top-shelf Aussie electronic acts like Client Liaison, Bag Raiders and Touch Sensitive, for a party that looked bloody fantastic:

Unsurprisingly, today sees the announcement of a full-blown Hot Dub Wine Machine tour, hitting WA, NSW, VIC and Hobart this coming March/April. While the full lineup has yet to be revealed, we have an inkling it's gonna be huge. You can get on tickets from this Wednesday 18 January, with the full lineup announcement coming early next week.

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