Live Concerts

  • Revitalised after their 2007 ‘indefinite hiatus’ The Early November return live at the Factory Theatre in Sydney on 28 February 2013.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. The Exploited is a punk rock band from the second wave of UK punk, formed in late 1979 or early 1980. Here they are livin' the dream in 2007.  
  • Live at the Enmore Theatre, Sydney. Often tagged as garage-rock revivalists, the Fleshtones like to mix the fuzz-guitar and Farfisa organ sounds of that genre with rockabilly, ’50s and ’60s R&B, and surf into a potent retro stew the group likes to call “Super Rock.” Captured here in 2012 as part of the Hoodoo Gurus 30th anniversary ‘invitational’ Dig It Up, you can see why the Gurus have been long time fans - every show is a party and this one was no exception. The Fleshtones continue to record and perform with a wit, passion, and energy that few bands can top.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. Glen Hansard came to prominence in The Frames. He found crossover stardom with Marketa Irglova in the film Once and its associated soundtrack. This is one of our earliest shows and dates from 2007  
  • Live at the Annandale Hotel, Sydney. Formed in New Jersey in 2006, and equal parts Springsteen, punk and NJ hardcore, these guys were on a tear when we captured them on their first visit to Australia in 2008 around the time of their classic breakthrough album ‘The ’59 Sound’ (rated by NME as No 47 in the list of best albums of 2008). Many of the songs from that album are featured here. Sadly no more it seems (after a brief reunion tour in 2018 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of ‘The ’59 Sound’), this show delivers the burning passion that they were known for.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. Hailing from Kansas City, Missouri (why is Kansas City not in Kansas??), these guys were initially regarded as prime movers in the 90s ‘emo’ scene (a label they moved away from reasonably quickly as they developed a more distinctive alternative rock sound). They have been name checked as major influences by bands like My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy and Taking Back Sunday with Pete Wentz of Fallout Boy putting it pretty starkly: “Fall Out Boy would not be a band if it were not for The Get Up Kids”. They broke up in 2005, but thankfully reunited a few years later and in 2010 started recording new music. This show from 2011 took place around the time of their second post-reformation release ‘There Are Rules’.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. We captured these Swedish garage rockers in full flight during 2009. Stand back!  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. There's some days we especially love shooting concerts and this was one of them - The Hives' sensational covers show from 2009. Led by their irrepressible front man Howlin' Pelle Almqvist, it's a fast, furious and deliriously fun show dedicated to the acts who've shaped The Hives' DNA. Featuring old school favourites from Billie Holiday, Mel Dorsey and Joy Ryder and Avis Davis to classics from Australian acts as diverse as The Saints and Flash and The Pan, the band pay tribute in their own riotous fashion. As Almqvist says: "This show is a pleasure for us and it sure is a pleasure for you too, right?" Too right!  
  • Live at the Annandale Hotel, Sydney. Australian quartet the Jezabels shimmer with their anthemic, empowering approach to indie pop. Comprised of singer Hayley Mary, guitarist Samuel Lockwood, pianist/keyboardist Heather Shannon, and drummer Nik Kaloper, the group formed in 2007. We captured them early in their career in 2009. They're Moshcam favourites and we filmed them again in 2011 - coming soon!  
  • Live at Riverstage, Brisbane. Brisbane natives, The Jungle Giants, blew away the Riverstage in early 2022 during a long overdue celebration of their 2021 release, Love Signs. Showcasing songs from that album (the title track of which finished high up in Triple J’s Hottest 100 for 2021), the show was non-stop energy and the audience responded in kind.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. We were lucky enough to capture this great English-American rock duo (American singer Alison Mosshart and British guitarist Jamie Hince) on a rare tour of Australia back in 2011. During this period, their music (certainly at this time) can be described as sparse lo-fi garage/blues. Often bracketed (unfairly we think) with bands like The White Stripes, they cite immediate influences such as Captain Beefheart, PJ Harvey, LCD Soundsystem, The Velvet Underground, The Fall, Patti Smith, Suicide and Royal Trux. Not your usual two piece rock band!  
  • Live at the Enmore Theatre. These guys are Australian rock royalty, blending punk and rockabilly into a high energy mix, delivering “anthemic choruses and memorable songs in abundance” (thanks Ian McFarlane!). Formed in Melbourne in 1994 and led by the incomparable Chris Cheney, they rose to fame in the late 1990s after the release of their double A-side single, “Second Solution/Prisoner of Society” (the former is featured here). Their debut album rightly earned its place in the highly respected book “100 Best Australian Albums” and we caught this show in 2008 during one of their many subsequent career highs.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. This show from these English indie legends was captured in 2010 around the time of the release of their third album The Runaway. They were in Australia for the 2010 Splendour In The Grass festival and we were lucky enough to capture them at a small club sideshow on that tour. Oh, and they also played Glastonbury that year.  
  • Live at the Factory Theatre, Sydney. The Necks defy categorisation. Chris Abrahams (piano), Tony Buck (drums), and Lloyd Swanton (bass) conjure a chemistry together that defies description in orthodox terms. These three musicians are among the most respected and in-demand in Australia and internationally, working in every field from pop to avant-garde. Check out their relatively recent collaboration with electronic legends Underworld on the epic 47 min track Appleshine Continuum to see what we mean. Featuring lengthy pieces which are totally improvised and slowly unravel in the most intoxicating fashion, frequently underpinned by an insistent deep groove, no two performances are ever the same. Not entirely avant-garde, nor minimalist, nor ambient, nor jazz, the music of The Necks remains among the most unique in the world today. This show from 2008, entitled ‘Guelph’, is just one facet of this extraordinary band. (And apologies – as it’s a single ‘song’, we can’t split out any free track for this one!)  
  • Live at Enmore Theatre in Sydney. The classic rockers treated Sydney’s Enmore Theatre to an evening of big hits in 2010, proving their status as music legends. The show was a double header with Blondie - also filmed by Moshcam and available here for your viewing pleasure! Can there be too many hits in one night?  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. Sprinkling their impassioned brand of alternative rock with touches of screamo, pop-punk, and metal, the Red Jumpsuit Apparatus was originally born in 2003 in Middleburg, Florida. We filmed this show in 2009 after they'd performed multiple festival shows as part of Soundwave. The strain of the tour shows a little we think, but still a great show.  
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