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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


The musicians livestream event helped kick off Mental Health Month.

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Australian DJ Hot Dub Time Machine hosted an incredible live stream over the weekend, kicking off Mental Health Month. Continuing his renowned livestream efforts, the musician partnered up with Lifeline to raise money for all those in need, raising a massive $60,000 for Lifeline.

“I’m really thrilled to have raised so much money for Lifeline. It’s a fitting finale to the Hot Dub At Home streams which have done so much for my own mental health and for a huge amount of locked down Australians over the past 18 months. We had over 8,000 unique viewers during the two hour stream, so to raise almost $65,000 shows the incredible generosity of the Hot Dub community." says Tom Lowndes, the musical mind behind Hot Dub Time Machine.

Colin Seery, CEO Lifeline Australia, said of the partnership, “Connection is key, particularly in these uncertain times. Lifeline is really excited to partner with Hot Dub at Home to promote self-care through music for the start of Mental Health Month. Currently Lifeline receives a call for help every 30 seconds, feel extra good knowing that this live fundraiser will support Australians in need right now.”


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