Live Concerts

  • Live at Echoplex, Los Angeles. It was a night built on timeless British punk rock. Two legendary musicians and old friends – Stranglers ex-frontman Hugh Cornwell and former Sex Pistols’ bassist Glen Matlock and songwriter– playing back-to-back shows at Los Angeles’ intimate Echoplex venue. Both were in brilliant form and Moshcam was there to film them exclusively at this show in 2012. After Matlock delivered a gloriously gutsy set (coming soon!), Cornwell kicked off his set with a “Stranglers sandwich”, moving from the rough-edged ‘Toiler On the Sea’ to “a crunchy morsel from ‘Hooverdam’ (‘Wrong Side Of The Tracks’) and on to a stomping rendition of ‘Goodbye Toulouse’ from their 1977 debut ‘Rattus Norvegicus’. Along with a bevy of songs from his vast solo catalogue, he also delivered much-loved Stranglers hits including (of course!) ‘No More Heroes’, ‘Peaches‘ and his seductive masterpiece, ‘Golden Brown’. At the end, Cornwell invited “hero” Glen Matlock back on stage for a raucous rendition of Mose Alison’s jazzy number ‘The Seventh Son’ and had all the old punks in the room in the palm of their hand. Join the party and watch the full gig now!  
  • Live at the Roundhouse, Sydney. This Australian metalcore band seemed to have trouble landing on a permanent vocalist, initially breaking up in 2007, reforming in 2008 to play a farewell tour with another vocalist, and finally getting back together again in 2011 with new vocalist Jamie Hope. We caught them during that reformation tour. It was a blinder. They went on to release their third (and sadly, it seems) final album in 2014. But they live on, here on Moshcam!  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. The voice of the legendary Stone Roses in solo mode in 2008. A great collection of the best of his solo tracks and classic Stone Roses songs in the intimate surrounds of Sydney's Metro Theatre.  
  • Live at the Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney. The iconic Australian band supported Hall & Oates on their 2012 tour (also filmed by Moshcam - check it out!) and reminded the audience just why they're legendary. Many who were there on the night regarded the bill as a double header and couldn't believe their luck in seeing two great acts in one night.  
  • Live at the Hordern Pavilion, Sydney. It was an old-school punk party complete with stage invasions, crazy crowdsurfing and an arsenal of punk anthems – it’s Iggy And The Stooges‘ scorching Sydney show! Filmed exclusively by Moshcam in 2013, the band brought the fun and the fury, setting the tone for an electrifying night out at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion. Armed with new tracks from their then upcoming album ‘Ready To Die’, the punk powerhouse tore through their coveted back catalogue including defining moments like ‘No Fun’, ‘I Want To Be Your Dog’ and ‘Search and Destroy’. Now, the best seat in the house belongs to you!  
  • Live at the Factory Theatre, Sydney. We caught this great American singer-songwriter on her 2010 tour of Australia in support of her fourth album ‘Everybody’ (which debuted at #18 on the Billboard charts). Over her defiantly independent career, she has sold over a million albums and millions of singles. Apart from a slew of great originals, this show features possibly the world’s first (but unquestionably the best!) ukulele version of Radiohead’s ‘Creep’.  
  • Live at Metro Theatre, Sydney. OK, so there are jukebox bands and there are jukebox bands - and if you’re going to see one, you gotta make sure it’s one of the best, right? So how’s this one for you? Glen Matlock (founding member of the Sex Pistols), Clem Burke (drummer for Blondie just for starters), James Stevenson (Kym Wilde, The Cult and The Alarm amongst others) and Gary Twinn (Supernaut, Twenty Flight Rockers and Honeydrippers). A tribute band made up of the people who were actually there! Watch ‘em rip through a bunch of rock solid classics in this show from 2011.  
  • Live at the Enmore Theatre, Sydney. Captured by Moshcam at the height of their powers, this show from 2011 is not to be missed!  
  • Live at the Enmore Theatre, Sydney. Live and in your face from 2010, these guys surely need no introduction. Been Caught Stealing is there and worth the price of admission on its own. Go Perry!  
  • Jebediah After winning the National Campus Band Competition, the group were brought to national attention with heavy airplay on Triple J, and set the stage for their stunning debut album. Friends and brothers, Jebediah have rocked their way to the top of the ARIAS and for great reason. See what they’re all about live at The Annandale Hotel in Sydney on 5 September 2008  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. You may know Jeff Martin as the key man from Canadian outfit The Tea Party (no relation to that subsequent U.S. political movement!). But he’s always cast a wider music net than that. This show from 2013 featured the then newly formed The Armada - these guys took the Tea Party sound and pushed it in new directions (whilst the Tea Party also continued following a reformation in 2011). A treat for fans of both the Tea Party and Jeff’s solo pursuits.  
  • Live at the Enmore Theatre, Sydney. This famed British rock act is best known for its early 90s international hit "Right Here, Right Now" - you know it even if you don’t! They had a string of other chart successes, but apart from the Culture Vulture EP In 2004, they didn't release any new material from the early 2000s until the 2018 album Passages. However, during this recording hiatus, they continued to tour sporadically including in August 2011 when the band undertook a short tour (dubbed on one poster The World's Smallest World Tour!), playing three shows in Australia before closing with a show in Japan. We were there to capture that World Tour!  
  • Jet
    Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. Are You Gonna Be My Girl made Jet one of the hottest bands on the planet and this show from Sydney's Metro Theatre in 2009 proves why!  
  • Live at the Enmore Theatre, Sydney. This show from 2008 reveals why John Butler and his music are revered. Truly one out of the box.  
  • When he wasn’t playing keyboards for Animal Collective, Panda Bear, and Haunted Graffiti, he was writing and recording his own hermetic, experimental, and oftentimes misunderstood compositions. Check out the genius at work live at Keystone Festival Bar in Sydney on 11 January 2012.  
  • Multi-instrumentalist, arranger, producer, and vocalist, Jonti, began assembling music after his departure from South Africa to Australia. Spending countless hours studying records like they were books, processing each song, this became Jonti's music school, testing his theories on a 4-track recorder. Jonti has now recorded with Mark Ronson, Santigold, Sean Lennon and the Dap-Kings, as well as producer John Agnello (Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr., Kurt Vile). Check out his set live at The Standard in Sydney on 7 March 2013  
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