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Photo Gallery: Groovin The Moo Part 2 - Maitland Showgrounds (09.05.15)

Part 2 of our Groovin The Moo Maitland Festival photo coverage includes artists such as Peaches, Hermitude, Hot Dub Time Machine, Charli XCX (pictured above), Broods, Wolfmother, RL Grime, Hilltop Hoods and Flight Facilites (ft. Owl Eyes). Photos by Johnny Au.

the AU playlist: Hot Dub Time Machine presents 10 best songs for every mood (and situation)

If there's someone who knows a song for every mood and situation it's Hot Dub Time Machine. We asked the World's First Time Travelling Dance Party what tracks he'd recommend for cocktail parties, sex, BBQ's and everything in between. We're covering all bases with this playlist featuring Hozier, Olivia Newton-John, James Brown and more.

Hot Dub Time Machine dates announced for May to coincide with Groovin the Moo tour!

Sure to be one of the highlights of the 2015 Groovin The Moo festival tour, Hot Dub Time Machine has gone and one upped his game in announcing a string of headline dates to follow on from the tour itself! The tour will see Hot Dub Time Machine taking what's become a famous show through to Darwin, Hobart, Perth, Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne - the shows will sell out, we can bet on that.

A$AP Ferg, Broods, Hilltop Hoods and more feature on the 2015 Groovin The Moo bill!

Australia's huge regional touring festival, Groovin the Moo, has dropped its line up this morning, sure to rev festival punters up into a tizz. Last year saw GTM introduce a South Australian leg to the tour and in 2015, the Oakbank Racecourse in the Adelaide Hills is where GTM will start. Kicking off on ANZAC Day, the likes of A$AP Ferg, Hilltop Hoods, Broods and more will perform around the country at venues in Bunbury, Bendigo, Canberra, Maitland and finally Townsville. Like most years, tickets for Groovin the Moo tend to fly out the window, so keep an eye on sale dates and jump up on em!

Secret Garden Festival announces full line up for 2015!

The Secret Garden Festival recently dropped the news that it had completely sold out all tickets for the 2015 festival, which was only testament to the event's continued popularity and faith from the loyal public who've backed it for so long. Today, the Sydney organisers dropped the full line up of artists set to perform and man, is it impressive. Over 60 bands and DJs will play over four stages at Secret Garden, promising to be the biggest outing of the festival yet. Both international and Australian talent will be represented well at the event, so if you've managed to nab yourself a ticket, you're definitely in a lucky crop!

'Biggest. Tour. Ever' announced for Hot Dub Time Machine!

Arguably one of the biggest DJs currently touring Australia, Hot Dub Time Machine is gearing up for his biggest, most epic national tour yet! Aptly dubbed the 'Biggest. Tour. Ever', Hot Dub Time Machine is headed to Australian theatres this October and November for some nights of partying crowds aren't likely to be forgetting in a hurry.

Gig Announcements: SA & WA – 3rd April 2014

In this issue: Violent Soho hit the road with The Smith Street Band, The Audreys play hometown show this July, Mat McHugh tours in support of new EP, Shake it! Showcase returns to WA this Anzac Day, Hot Dub Time Machine announces additional shows, Disentomb return to Perth this April, Death Dependant launch album this May and Red Ink launch single.

Hot Dub Time Machine set for national tour through March, April and May!

Ain't no party like a Hot Dub Time Machine party, cos a Hot Dub Time Machine party don't stop. Literally. These gigs go forever, except you don't notice because you're too busy dancing up a storm to the orders of the Dance Commander. Too many bad pun could be made here so we'll keep it short and simple. You love Hot Dub Time Machine and the journey you go on when you're involved in a show. You want more? There's a national tour taking the phenomena around the place over the next three months. Keen? Keen.

Sydney Festival Photo Gallery: Chaka Khan + Hot Dub Time Machine - The Domain (11.01.14)

The annual Summer Sounds in The Domain at Sydney Festival turned on a spectacular night with legendary 10 time Grammy winner Chaka Khan. Hot Dub Time Machine got the crowd dancing as support. Photos by Johnny Au.

Festival Review: The Falls Music and Arts Festival (Day One) - Byron Bay, NSW (31.12.13)

Falls Festival Byron Bay

Falls Festival is an undeniable institute in the Australian music industry, and it was with great excitement that the third installment was introduced. However, the inaugural Byron Bay rendition was by no means a smooth experience - but wrinkles are expected in any newborn. At times, the dusty camping site looked more like a post-apocalyptic refugee camp than the resting place of thousands of festival revellers. There were insufficient toilet and shower blocks resulting in lengthy lines at any given time of the day. Drinks were mid-strengthened and full-priced, only further encouraging alcohol smuggling in future years. Yet in saying all of that, Falls Festival Byron Bay was an irrefutable success.

Festival Review: The Falls Music and Arts Festival, Day One & Two - Lorne, Victoria (28.12.13 - 29.12.13)

Falls Festival 2013: four days, three bottles of vodka, zero showers, countless slices of pizza and all in all one unforgettable experience. As a Falls rookie, I had no idea what to expect when embarking on the four day festival adventure… But as I sit here, nursing the worst flu I’ve ever contracted in my life, unable to keep my eyes open for more than two hours at a time, all I can think about is the countdown to next year's festival (and wondering where on Earth I can get a breakfast pizza as amazing as the one I ate every morning for four days, #cleaneating).

Festival Review: The Falls Music and Arts Festival, Day One - Marion Bay, Tasmania (29.12.13)

The Falls Music and Arts Festival really begins in Tasmania the moment your car reaches the top of the last hill revealing a spectacular view of Marion Bay; a sparkling blue sea surrounded by rolling green hills with a natural beauty that’s almost unrivalled the world over. It’s so enthralling that you temporarily forget the bumper-to-bumper traffic… and inevitably stressful task of setting up camp that all lie ahead.

First artist announcement for the 2013 Falls Music and Arts Festival revealed; The Roots, Solange amongst those to play for the first time!

As we head ever nearer to the end of the year, the good folk who run the annual Falls Festival in Lorne, Marion Bay and now Byron Bay, have announced who will be flying to Australia to spend the New Year period with us. The festival, headlined last year by Irish trio Two Door Cinema Club and featured the likes of DZ Deathrays, The Hives and The Flaming Lips, has brought some impressive talent with its first artist announcement.

Gig Announcements: Hot Dub Time Machine, Bahamas, Raise The Roof For Pure Pop and more.

Scroll through to check out what is happening in your neck of the woods over the coming weeks with another bunch of gig announcements!

Hot Dub Time Machine One Night Only in Sydney