Live Concerts

  • Live at Irving Plaza, New York. Having already conquered the UK with his chart-topping debut album ‘Long Way Down’, we caught Tom Odell’s dazzling live show at Irving Plaza, New York City in 2013. Watch the 22-year-old English wunderkind deliver stirring hits like ‘Another Love’ (10 million+ views on Youtube) as he brings his heart-wrenching album to life in gorgeous fashion.  
  • Live at Factory Theatre. One of the most-lauded music acts in Australia’s alternative scene throughout the 1990s, Underground Lovers bridge the divide between ‘traditional’ drums and wires rock bands and the electronic sounds that came to the fore in the 90s. Their definitive album ‘Leaves Me Blind’ was listed at No 54 in ‘100 Best Australian Albums’ published in 2010. They were very active until the early 2000s (even supporting New Order on their 2002 Australian tour) but took an ‘extended break’ and didn’t return (with their classic early 90s lineup) until 2009. We caught this show in 2011 with that lineup in blistering form.  
  • Live at The Metro Theatre, Sydney. The production collective that continues to defy definition with its blend of electronic, hip-hop, dance and rock. Filmed here in 2008 at the Metro Theatre in Sydney, it features a range of killer tracks including Eye For An Eye.  
  • Live at Oxford Art Factory, Sydney. Originally from New Zealand (well, we guess they’re still from New Zealand!), this psychedelic rock band is now based in the USA. Formed in Auckland in 2010, they released their first album in 2011 to much critical acclaim (Pitchfork gave it an 8.1). Their second album (‘II’) was even more well received and preceded an extensive world tour during which they consistently sold out shows in the UK/Europe and North America. This show, captured in an intimate venue in Sydney during 2011 was off the back of their first album and shows a band set for big things.  
  • Live at the Electric Ballroom, London. These guys have to be seen to be believed. Just try Blues Hand Me Down and you'll be a convert. This show is from 2011 off the back of their debut album  
  • Live at the Manning Bar, Sydney. Brisbane grunge heroes Violent Soho headed out on their biggest national tour in 2014 and we captured the Mansfield lads killing it at one of THREE sold-out shows at Manning Bar in Sydney!  
  • Live at the Enmore Theatre, Sydney. We captured Walk The Moon‘s first trip Down Under, with screaming fans squeezed into the Enmore to catch a glimpse. Not that it should have come as a surprise to anybody; the Cincinnati outfit were named as Nylon Magazine’s Band Crush, as a Hot New Band by SPIN Magazine and as a New York Post band “You Must Know” (to name but a few!). Playing a short and sweet set that featured fan favourites like ‘Tightrope‘ and ‘Anna Sun‘, as well as a thumping tribute to Bowie (‘Let’s Dance’), Walk The Moon’s fast paced high energy show had their loyal followers whipped up into an absolute frenzy in no time. So grab some face paint, slip on your dancing shoes and join the dance party courtesy of Walk The Moon. It’s out of this world!  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. This New York-based indie rock band, formed in 2000, undertook a co-headline tour of Australia during 2010 with Ash – and both bands joined forces at the end of each night to form WASH. We were lucky enough to capture all three sets – and we’ll bring those other two sets to you shortly. This tour was in support of WAS’s third album ‘Barbara’. The album received an impressive 4 star rating from NME who described it as a ‘sonic keg party’ which highlighted the ‘sheer shaggy melodic charm’ of the band. Dive in!  
  • Live at No Sleep Til festival, Sydney. These metalcore legends hail from Troy, Michigan and formed in 2005. We caught this show early in their career in 2010 following the release of their first full length album 'To Plant A Seed'. Long time followers of the band will know that their lead singer, Kyle Pavone (in full flight here), tragically died in 2018 at the ripe old age of 28. The band has carried on as a five piece since then, and their first album in 5 years will be released late 2022.  
  • Live at XOYO, London. We Were Promised Jetpacks formed in Edinburgh, in 2003. The band played their first gig at their school’s ‘battle of the bands’ competition, which they won. The four-piece eventually relocated to Glasgow. In October 2010 the band toured in North America to open for Jimmy Eat World. In July 2011, the band announced their second full-length album, In the Pit of the Stomach and we caught them in London at that time.  
  • Live at XOYO, London. This shape shifting ‘band originally formed in London in 1976. They’ve disbanded a number of times over their career but have always kept coming back and are still putting out new and great material. With every album seeming to move in a different direction, no single show is going to encapsulate the Wire sound, just the Wire sound for right now. This show, captured in 2011, was filmed around the time of ‘The Black Session’ album and features many of the songs from it. These guys never disappoint.  
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    Live at Manning Bar, Sydney. By the time we got the opportunity to film these Australian punk legends in 2009, founding member Ian Rilen (who was also a member of Rose Tattoo back in the day as well as the great Sardine V) had already joined the great moshpit in the sky. His energy and punk enthusiasm continued to be celebrated after his death with another original member, Steve Lucas, stepping up to lead this legendary band (who should definitely not be confused with the LA band of the same name).  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. These guys were described as ‘experimental rock’ by some which can often be the kiss of death for many bands. To be honest, they wrote a bunch of killer pop/dance songs. Sadly, they broke up in 2019, but this show from 2010 (when they toured heavily in support of their highly regarded ‘Odd Blood’ album) was them at their thrilling best.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. One of Australia's favourite bands over more than two decades and led by the irrepressible Tim Rogers, we were thrilled to be able to capture them in 2008 as they toured in support of their fabulous (and amazingly, eighth!) album Dilettantes.  
  • Live at Frankie’s Pizzeria, Sydney. Welcome ladies and gentlemen to the most exciting show on earth – the Young Henry’s Rock & Roll Circus! Folks, step right this way! There are musical creatures abound of magnificent splendour. You will not believe your eyes and senses as we present to you some of the world’s rarest kinklers together with some of the finest libations. The amazing and fantabulous Bar Flying Circus Band was led by Andy Kent and Davey Lane (You Am I) together with Brock Fitzgerald and Wade Keighran (Wolf And Cub). For one night only in 2016, the infamous Frankies stage served as a revolving door for some of our favourite Australian artists – performing some all-time favourites, culminating in a joyous charivari - an amicable night of beer and ballyhoo. A no-holds-barred party that celebrated the fun side of music and booze!  
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