TONYMARTIN LIZSTRINGER PINKY BEECROFT ANDREW HANSEN SHAUN MICALLEF ADALITA JOSH PYKE THE BENNIES CELIAPACQUOLA ELLA HOOPER HENRY WAGONS ED KAVALEE KATE MILLER HEIDKE QUAN YEOMANS MYF WARHURST HENRY ROLLINS JUDITH LUCY
NEW ALBUM: OUT NOW
"Classic Cowell social commentary, using celebrity foibles to illustrate the decline of human civilisation to an irrepressible electro-dance beat. " - The Age SMH
"Shaun Micallef. Judith Lucy. Tony Martin. Adalita. The roll call featured on Cowell’s second Disco Machine album speaks to the esteem in which he’s held – and it’s a triumph. ****.* - The Guardian
"I don’t know what I was thinking, asking all those people. Is it an addiction? Quite probably. Once I got two, I needed three. Once I’d got nine I needed ten. It was like collecting plastic spacemen from inside Corn Flakes packets. My Mum had to stop me from surreptitiously shoving three extra boxes of Corn Flakes into the trolley just as she was paying the check-out lady." - DC
'COME ON WALEED' FEAT. HENRY ROLLINS & LIZ STRINGER
The clip, the whole clip and nothing but the clip.
Press play to watch the full version of "Come on Waleed" featuring Henry Rollins, Liz Stringer, Tony Martin, Andrew Hansen, Sabrina D'Angelo, Gogglebox cast members Angie & Yvie with Damian Cowell's Disco Machine and friends. The homemade video we've all been waiting for. Enjoy and do a disco machine a solid... share us, flu like.
A TALE OF TWO DAGS
BY MICHAEL DWYER : THE AGE/SMH
The first time Tony Martin met Damian Cowell he had no idea who was inside the balaclava. Martin was on air with Mick Molloy at Fox FM in Melbourne when two members of techno-rock-satire troupe TISM arrived in full regalia for their scheduled interview.