Live Concerts

  • Live at the Enmore Theatre, Sydney. What a wild show! In 2011, the US Celtic punk powerhouse had the crowd rocking out on and off the stage, with the show climaxing in a huge stage invasion.  
  • Live at Riverstage, Brisbane. Moshcam’s World Stage project is not just about the bands you already know, but also about the great emerging artists you should get to know. Falling squarely into that category is Perth band Dulcie, captured here in early 2022 when they supported the great Ocean Alley (that show also coming soon!) with their wonderful harmonies and pop sensibilities. Their latest release is “Tell Ur Friends” and we totally agree. One to watch…now!  
  • Live at Enmore Theatre, Sydney. American rock royalty, Ed Kowalczyk, paid tribute to the hits of his past and his outstanding solo career at Sydney's Enmore Theatre in 2010. Renowned worldwide as lead singer and driving force of multiplatinum rock band Live, we captured Ed on his tour in celebration of his debut solo album release, Alive.  
  • Live at the Enmore Theatre, Sydney. Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros have drawn comparison to acts such as The Polyphonic Spree, Arcade Fire and any number of hippy family bands from the 60’s and 70’s. With their shameless happiness and boundless energy, this show from 2014 showed why they won passionate new followers at every turn.  
  • Live at the El Rey, Los Angeles. How to describe Emilie Autumn? An eclectic mix of cabaret, electronica and glam rock (which she’s sometimes described as “Victoriandustrial”), this American singer-songwriter, poet, and violinist is definitely one out of the box. Perhaps we should just leave it to Emilie to give you an idea: “Well, if you’ve ever lacquered on black nail varnish, sported striped stockings, danced to German industrial music, would commit criminal acts for a cup of tea, have a thing for electric violins, an even bigger thing for musical theatre, participated in a shadow cast of cult films set in circuses, or you love someone who has, then you’ve probably seen my mug before.” We caught this amazing show at the legendary El Rey in LA back in 2012 when she was on tour to promote her then current album Fight Like A Girl. She’s been a bit quiet on the music front in recent years, so even more reason to dig into this show.  
  • Live at The Lexington, London. Back in 2012 when we filmed this show, Eugene McGuinness was on the brink of something big, and justifiably so – but then he disappeared, and we thought that was it. But 2022 has unexpectedly delivered a new album from this British singer-songwriter which we’re very happy to see - and a good excuse to bring you this show from his tour in support of his then second solo album (although his third if you count the one he made in 2009 with his band, Eugene and the Lizards), ‘The Invitation to The Voyage’. Swaggering yet soulful, anthemic but sonically experimental, it was recorded with the dual assistance of producers Clive Langer (Elvis Costello, Morrissey, Madness) and Dan Carey (MIA, Hot Chip, Santigold) – no slouches either of them. Welcome back Eugene!  
  • Live at the Annandale Hotel, Sydney. Australia was Evan Dando's second home for quite a while there. Caught in 2009 on one of his frequent tours through the country, the one true Lemonhead runs through a career spanning set of classic songs, both Lemonheads and solo material, as well as some very tasty covers.  
  • Live at Brunswick Ballroom, Melbourne. Kicking off our World Stage 2022 project (showcasing the best of Australian current music) is the legendary Even - self-acknowledged by Ash Naylor (singer/guitar/songs) as being heavily influenced by the best of sixties and seventies rock (and you know that can’t be a bad thing!). This ‘Christmas Even’ show (yep, filmed on the eve of Christmas) at the fabulous Brunswick Ballroom in Melbourne has it all – new songs from their awesome 2021 release ‘Reverse Light Years’ (5 stars in The Guardian!), crowd favourites from their earlier releases, special guests and a few choice covers for good measure. And that's not (all as they say in the classics)! On the night, the band was joined by some great special guests in Anton Ruddock, Finn Phelan-Naylor, Nick Batterham and Nick Murray. We’re over the moon to be able to share this with you. And don’t forget to check out our interview with Ash Naylor, as well as a review of this very gig, in our blog.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. Explosions in the Sky is an American post-rock band from Texas. The band has garnered popularity beyond the post-rock scene for their elaborately developed guitar work, narratively styled instrumentals, what they refer to as “cathartic mini-symphonies,” and their enthusiastic and emotional live shows - abundantly on display in this show filmed by Moshcam in 2011.  
  • Live at the Sydney Festival, Sydney. Born on the Ivory Coast and based in France, Fatoumata Diawara blends jazz and blues with the traditional Wassoulou music of her Malian parents to create her own contemporary folk sound. Her debut album, Fatou, is a testament to her musical style – the fluid and graceful African rhythms infused with global influences, led by her lithe and sensual voice. This show, performed as part of the 2012 Sydney Festival, perfectly displayed a fresh new talent with a unique sound and a bagful of beautiful self-penned songs.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. Five Finger Death Punch (also initialized as FFDP or 5FDP) is an American heavy metal band from Los Angeles, California. Formed in 2005, the group's name is derived from classic martial arts cinema. We captured this show in 2009 and they didn't disappoint!  
  • Live at The Forum, Sydney. What makes a band truly remarkable? Insightful lyrics? Memorable melodies? Blow-your-mind live performances? The truth is that it takes all of those things along with a boundless enthusiasm, an infectious energy and a supreme devotion to the fans. This show from 2008 has it all on display. As they say, an oldie but a goodie!  
  • Live at Cargo, London. These guys are (perhaps were) a French-British indie folk kinda band led by French musician François Marry. We filmed this show in 2012 at the time of the band's third (and very positively received) album, E Volo Love. NME gave the album a far from shabby 7/10. We think this show’s even better!  
  • Live at No Sleep Til Festival, Sydney. This Australian punk act deploy a wicked sense of humour (particularly in their choice of song titles – the free track here leaves you in no doubt about their perspectives on Johnny Ramone!). Australian rock music journalist Ed Nimmervoll summed them up best: "[their] history is littered with legendary stories, perhaps true, perhaps exaggerations, but stories which fuel and match their song and album titles. Their songs are often profane, likely to poke fun at someone including themselves, hint at a social conscience, and inside all the tough talk and body jokes be hopelessly romantic." Yes, that approach has got them into trouble on more than one occasion, but hey, they wear their art on their sleeve which is more than you can say about many these days. Whilst the band has undergone various line-up changes over the years, the core duo of Jason Whalley (lead vocals) and Lindsay McDougall (guitar, vocals) has remained pretty constant. Those playing along at home will also know that Whalley and McDougall also held down the Triple J morning shift for a few years as Jay and The Doctor (which was pretty ironic given that the station had previously banned their music!). We caught this set back in 2010 at the No Sleep ‘Til festival (which also featured the likes of Megadeth and the Descendants, whose sets are also now on Moshcam).  
  • Live at Enmore Theatre, Sydney. Are Friends Electric? We were there at the Enmore Theatre in 2009 to find out. This set is definitely one for the fans, featuring many of his well known songs delivered in his trademark style. He returned in 2011 to play The Pleasure Principle in full and we were there to capture that show as well - look out for that one as well. We'll add it in the near future. In the meantime, relive the hits with this show  
  • Live at the Enmore Theatre, Sydney. For over 30 years, Gary Numan has moved effortlessly from one genre to another, all the while creating something instantly recognizable as his alone. Inspiring new generations of musicians at every turn, the synth-pop pioneer who first launched a thousand blips before morphing into the neo-metallic lord of darkwave, has not only reinvented himself but shed new possibilities on increasingly jaded genres. In this spectacular concert we filmed in Sydney during 2011 (having also filmed him earlier in 2009), he profiled his extraordinary debut 1979 album The Pleasure Principle (containing the megahit ‘Cars’, featured here) and it’s astonishing to remember that it was recorded with no guitars whatsoever. In this show, those same songs were delivered with a fierce determination, and it’s easy to see how the sheer symphonic power of those early chords lay the foundation for the industrial goth-metal of later songs like Jagged and Halo (also included in this set).  
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