Live Concerts

  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. We caught this fabulous British metalcore band in 2010, some 6 years after they formed, in support of their critically acclaimed album ?Hollow Crown? (described by Rock Sound in 2012 as one of their 101 Modern Classics and Kerrang! gave the album its maximum KKKKK rating!) ? this set features a number of songs from that album. At the time, the band included current lead vocalist Sam Carter (who joined in 2007) as well as foundation members, drummer Dan Searle and his twin brother, guitarist and main songwriter Tom Searle. Sadly, Tom passed away in 2016 making this footage something of a time capsule.  
  • Live at the Enmore Theatre, Sydney. This Sydney based electronic trio formed early in 2008 when the members were at university (with one of them undertaking an Arts degree and, you guessed it, one of the others completing a Science degree!). London based XFM named them as one of the 20 Bands to Watch in 2010, and it?s no surprise that they?ve toured internationally with the likes of Groove Armada. With a new album ?Big Overdrive? due imminently, we thought it was timely to reprise this show from 2011 when they were touring in support of their ARIA Award winning album ?The Experiment?.  
  • Ash
    Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. Filmed in 2010 as part of a double header with We Are Scientists (who came together at the end of the night to form WASH ? coming soon!), this rock trio from Northern Ireland were in great form. At the time, they were in the midst of their A-Z Series (when they released a new single every fortnight for a year!) and a number of tracks from the eventual album release are featured here. Not surprisingly, they also included songs from their 1996 release ?1977? which in 2013 (keep up!) was added by NME to their list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. One not to miss!  
  • Live at No Sleep Til festival, Sydney. Described by Pop Matters as being ?too goth to be emo, too metal to be punk, and too brazenly emotional to be metal", we caught these guys in 2010 at the No Sleep ?Til festival (when they performed alongside other killer acts like Megadeth and Descendents whose sets are also on Moshcam). At the time, they were touring in support of their fifth album ?Congregation of the Damned?, an album generally regarded as amongst their best. Not long after this tour, they announced an indefinite hiatus and didn?t return until 2014. This set features original but recently departed lead vocalist Alex Varkatzas, so definitely one for the fans of their earlier albums.  
  • Live at the Factory Theatre, Sydney. Fresh from their stint on the US leg of the Vans Warped Tour, Attila joined the Loud Fest lineup in Sydney in August 2013. Armed at the time with their explosive new album ?About That Life? (still sounds great!), the death metal party-starters? blend of brutal riffs, wild raps and WTF attitude turned the Factory Theatre into one fierce throwdown and we were there to capture it.  
  • Live at No Sleep ?Til festival, Sydney. 2010. This American metalcore outfit are known for their melodic riffs and unusual time signatures, with their songs often deciding to simply not go there with a chorus! Formed in high school during 2003, they broke through in 2007 with their legendary second album ?Messengers? (which reached number 81 on the Billboard charts). 2009 saw the equally impressive third album ?Constellations, which was even more successful. Shortly after that, they embarked on their first tour of Australia with Architects, both supporting Parkway Drive - incidentally, shows from both bands are also on Moshcam!They returned in 2010 as part of the No Sleep ?Til festival from whence this set comes (along with many other acts we filmed that day). In the years that follow they continued to go from strength to strength (winning Grammy Awards along the way) and are still a force to be reckoned with.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. Baby Animals took the Aussie music industry by storm with their eight-times platinum self-titled debut album in the early ?90s, with hits like ?Early Warning? and ?Rush You? firmly establishing the band, and its charismatic front woman Suze De Marchi. After disbanding in 1996 they made a hugely popular return in 2008. They were still firing on all cylinders when we captured them in 2015.  
  • Live at Webster Hall, New York. Fusing Jewish, Gypsy and Arabic instrumentation and rhythms with a banging party pulse, this New York-based collective treated their hometown crowd to an electrifying show in 2013, brimming with wild party tunes, funky jams and crowd-surfing. Moshcam filmed the whole show and saved you a seat in the front row. So sit back and soak up the spectacle of Balkan Beat Box in effect!  
  • Live at XOYO, London. Everybody with working eardrums can pinpoint one or two potential ear-worm songs, insistently catchy tunes that bore into your head and downright refuse to let go. ?Sweet Sour? is definitely one of these beasts, and for all the right reasons. Okay it might not be Band of Skulls most lyrically profound song to date, but there is just something about the raw, grinding guitars and the shift from a whining melody to an in-your-face raucous chorus that is just addictive listening. And it ticked all the right boxes when the Southampton three-piece used it to kick off their gig at XOYO in London. Front man Russell Marsden was right when he called the group the veritable ?Swiss Army Knife? of bands. They have an incredibly versatile sound that can switch from meaty bass-heavy rock to bluesy garage or gloomy ballads in a heartbeat. Marsden?s yowling vocals mix really well with bassist Emma Richardson?s sweeter harmonies ? a fact showcased brilliantly by their third song of the night ?Fires? and instant rock classic ?Lies?. At this show, captured back in 2012 in support of the then new album ?Sweet Sour?, the band treated the crowd to a great mix of both old and new tracks. If you had questioned all the positive hype around Band of Skulls before the gig, you were eating a nice big slice of humble pie by the end of it. One thing?s for certain - with all the drum-heavy beats and Marsden?s squealing guitar riffs cranked up to eleven, these guys were born to play live!  
  • Live at the Annandale Hotel, Sydney. Following the release of their seminal ?Blue Record? (named in 2013 by LA Weekly as the ?20th Greatest Metal Album in History? no less!), 2010 was a big ?Australian? year for these American metal legends. After touring early in the year as part of the prestigious Soundwave festival (RIP) they returned later that year to support Metallica on its Australian tour. During that tour they took some time out to play this small club date. Given the timing of this show, long time fans will realise that it features the classic lineup, being most of the original members plus long time bass player, Pete Adams. You?re welcome!  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. This guy needs absolutely no introduction! Here in the intimate surrounds of Sydney's Metro Theatre in 2009 with his then band The Relentless 7, this is a fabulous show.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. It had been a huge few years for Best Coast when we filmed this show in 2013. The Los Angeles outfit had collaborated with Iggy Pop on the True Blood soundtrack, had their video for ?Our Deal? directed by Drew Barrymore and burnt their name into the blogosphere with two great albums of sun-kissed beach rock. Channelling the spirit of old school acts like The Ventures and The Beach Boys, Best Coast took us on a sweet surf-pop safari at their Sydney show. Riding high on the release of their second record ?The Only Place? (rated #14 in Rolling Stone?s end of year poll), indie vixen Bethany Cosentino, guitarist Bobb Bruno and band surged through their set of DIY hits like ?Boyfriend?, ?The Only Place? and ?Do You Love Me Like You Used To?. The endless summer starts now? enjoy the show!  
  • Live at the Troubador, West Hollywood. Indie folk?s original queen Beth Orton hold court in this intimate Los Angeles show, filmed exclusively by Moshcam in June 2013. Both powerful and vulnerable, the English siren seduced fans with eternal alt-classics like ?Stolen Car? and ?She Cries Your Name? alongside selections from her then current release ?Sugaring Season?, which The Guardian gave four stars and called ?a fresh, autumnal album that?s unashamedly mature yet impressively free?. ?I?m playing all the classic joints. That?s what you say over here, right?? she asked between songs with a smile. In a true treat for fans, she was joined by husband and fellow muso Sam Amidon for six sublime tracks on the night. So relax, sit back and breathe in the beautiful sounds of Beth Orton live  
  • Live at the Factory Theatre, Sydney. One of the great 90?s Australian indie bands, Big Heavy Stuff remained sadly under-appreciated during their heyday, eventually going on ?indefinite hiatus? in 2006. Thankfully, they reunited for this show in 2009 for the That Then This Now documentary. The band reformed again to support Powderfinger in 2010 as part of that band?s farewell tour. Sadly, that seems to have been it for these guys - but at least we have this show!  
  • Live at Manning Bar, Sydney. 2010. Definitely one of the more outrageous and provocative bands we?ve filmed over the years, Black Lips also had somewhat tragic beginnings. Guitarist Ben Eberbaugh was killed in a motor accident before the release of their self-titled 2003 full length debut album (on the legendary Bomp label). Fun fact - their sixth album ?Arabia Mountain? (released a bit after this show from their 2010 Australian tour which features some of the songs from it) was produced by none other than Mark Ronson.  
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