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Set The Controls To The Heart Of The Machine

Set The Controls To The Heart Of The Machine

The Time and Space Machine play live with the Australian Pink Floyd, Hawkwind and psych'ers The Lucid Dream at the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics, near Manchester, on July 6th 2013. Phazers will be on Stun as we contemplate both time and space in this awesome setting.

Details here

Tickets here

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Last London gig of the year: The Lexington,Kings Cross. Monday 3rd December

The Lexington

The Time and Space Machine play their last London gig of the year at the Lexington in Kings Cross on Monday 3rd December. Support comes from ace London psych bands Lola Colt and Black Market Karma, so it's a triple header of UK psych goodness.

We're going to make it our Xmas party, so come along and be festive amongst the oil wheels!

Tickets available here

The Time and Space Machine World Tour Of London

Richard Norris

After a summer of festivals, the Time and Space Machine are headlining two psychedelic festivals in Liverpool and Lewes, then embarking, this Autumn/Winter, on what we are calling 'The Time and Space Machine World Tour Of London'.

The dates are as follows, with more to be added. We have gigs in Central, North, East and West London… if you fancy putting us on in South London, to collect the set, please get in touch!

Fri 12th Oct - London Palladium - with H.Hawkline   [Buy Tickets]

Sat 20th Oct - Oxfam Oxjam benefit at The Nest , Stoke Newington   [Buy Tickets]

Weds 24th Oct - Union Chapel, Islington - with Tim Burgess   [Buy Tickets]

Sat 17th Nov - Regeneration, The Tabernacle, Notting Hill

A weekend exploring altered states of experience.   [Buy Tickets]

Mon 3rd Dec - The Lexington - with Black Market Karma and Lola Colt   [Buy Tickets]

The Time and Space Machine cover Amy Winehouse's 'Rehab' for Q magazine tribute


The Time and Space Machine have recorded a cosmic cover of Amy Winehouse's 'Rehab' for a tribute CD that is being given away with the August issue of Q Magazine, out Monday July 2nd. The Quietus reckon it sounds like "Lou Reed's transformer if he'd been imbibing pep pills in the sun, rather than giving off the whole mardy New York smackhead vibe." Other artists featured include the Cribs, Manic Street Preachers and St.Etienne.

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The Time and Space Machine – Rough Trade Live Instore 24th July

Rough Trade

The Time And Space Machine will be performing live at Rough Trade East on the 24th July from 7pm.

Buy the The Time And Space Machine's new single "Good Morning" (released on the 23rd July) in store at Rough Trade East and collect your wristband at the same time, any remaining wristbands will be given out 1 hour prior to the stage time...One per person. If ordering on-line please tell us in the comments section that you would like a wristband for the event.

Pre-Order "Good Morning" from Rough Trade and get a free wristband.

10 Days Off

10 Days Off

The Time and Space Machine will be bringing their full on live band experience to the legendary 10 Days Off dance festival in Ghent, Belgium, on Saturday 21st July 2012.

The night will also feature a legendary DJ playing a six hour set straight after the band. He's not announced yet but he has a T+SM connection... can you guess who it is?

ClashMusic DJ Mix Podcast

Clash Music

Taking us on a 'Hot Trip To Heaven' in this week's DJ mix is Richard Norris aka The Time And Space Machine.

Take a seat and listen to the podcast on the Clash Music website here

And while your listening to the amazing mix from The Time And Space Machine why not check out the track by track run down of the new album "Taste The Lazer" also featured on

Sun Is Shining Dub N Chill Interview with Richard Norris

Richard Norris

The Time And Sapce Machine (aka Richard Norris) takes time to speak with Sun Is Shining Dub N Chill.

Read the full interview on the website here

Standon Calling 2012

Standon Calling

The Time And Sapce Machine have just been added as "Very Special Guests" to this years Standon Calling festival.

Standon Calling is a three-day party featuring musical icons, breakthrough acts, a swimming pool, themed fancy dress, an on-site nightclub, bars that never seem to close, sprawling arts installations, roaming interactive theatre and much more besides. It is one of the UK's most interactive and creative festivals and it's just 40 minutes away from London.

It takes place between the 3rd & 5th August in Standon, Hertfordshire.... more details can be found here

Green Man Festival 2012

Green Man Festival

Colours swirl, patterns collide... The Time and Space are bringing their psychedelic circus to the Green Man 2012.

Initially a solo project for Grid/Beyond the Wizards Sleeve man Richard Norris, TTASM has now expanded into a 5 piece live band. Expect Hammond freakouts, backwards guitars, vocal harmonies and a dash of phazer, all laid over tight but loose psych/ motorik grooves. Add a retina expanding psychedelic lightshow and get ready to fly.

The Time And Space Machine - Pill Party In India (Release date 6th Feb 2012)

Pill Party In India

'Pill Party In India' is rich with the energetic twang of Exotica carried down a highway of fast-paced bongos and live drums with interludes of blips, wiggles and ghostly soundtrails. Absolutely stunning.

The first remix comes from our pet love, Psychemagik. It's a supurb bit of work by our friends from the cosmic forest; The bass is chunky, mesmerising sounds fly at you glorously in superwide stereo and there's some cracking vocal samples added to great effect too!

To clean up, Mojo Filter delivers his 'Om Nama Shiva Remix.' Think squelching acid basslines under traditional plucked Indian instrumentation, with strings and on-point production values and you're about there. This has to be heard to be believed! A sheer joy!

Watch out for the 5 piece TTASM band, complete with mind frying light show, coming soon to a festival near you!

Richard Norris talks to Spine Television

Spine Television

Producer and musician Richard Norris talks about the music of sensation.

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"Increase the Peace" Tee

Stussy T-Shirt

The Time And Space Machine have joined forces with symbolic brand Stüssy for a series of T-shirt to celebrate their 30 years.
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New Masters Volume 2 - Presents The Time And Space Machine


When it comes to being a man of many talents there are few to equal Richard Norris. DJ, producer, musician, audiovisual artist, A&R man, author and journalist, his is a career of many twists and turns which have always seen him at the forefront of pushing new ideas forward and championing diversity and innovation. As 2010 closes Richard is focusing most of his energy based around three projects: ‘Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve’, ‘The Grid’ and ‘The Time And Space Machine’.

As the next installment of the Nang Masters Series (Volume 1 was Bottin), our main protagonist delivers his ‘Time And Space Machine’ themed compilation. Gathering his favourite tracks from some of the coolest Indie labels around, each track is either a remix or a specially commissioned edit.

Things open up with Richard’s cheeky Pink Floyd-esque take on ‘Neeve’ from Permanent Vacations prime movers, Woolfy Vs Projections. Mining the 60’s psychedelic seam that runs through all of Richards’ music we then get the groovy ‘Bones’ from A Mountain of One. If Richard on this album is one part Psychedelic and one part Balearic then his third part would be 70’s and Disco. You can hear his slick grooves and sounds on tracks such as Space’s ‘Carry On Turn Me On’, Visti and Meyland’s ‘Stars’ (an Andrew Weatherall favourite) and the slow-mo disco of Bastilla’s ‘Ghosts’.

Every album needs down-tempo, chilled and Balearic moments and here we have three fine examples; the beautiful ‘March of The Dawn’ by the Mummers, the SoCal summer sheen of ‘Chemise’ by Sorcerer and ‘Ghetto Glamour’ by Chris Coco’s City Reverb project.

Rounding off the master stroke of influences – which all sound dispersed while all retaining that magic, unifying Richard glow – are the trippy ‘Different Light’ by Psychic Sherpa, the earthy ‘Polaris’ by the Yellow Moon Band and the ‘This Little Night’ by the most clever Pollyn.

All in all a fine listening experience and a great way to spend an hour of audio delight. Stay tuned for more from the Masters series and of course more from Richard, in any of his guises.