Live Concerts

  • Live at the Annandale Hotel, Sydney. Although he was well-known as the son of legendary performer Steve Earle, Justin Townes (for Townes van Zandt) Earle was a stellar songwriter in his own right. He sadly died all too early in 2020 after a critically acclaimed career and eight essential albums. We captured this show back in 2008 around the time of his first full length album The Good Life and just prior to his 2009 Americana Music Award as Emerging Artist of the Year. Blues, country and rock n’ roll all wrapped up in one great package.  
  • Live at the 9:30 Club, Washington DC. If you have swept all memories of the Kaiser Chiefs and their plethora of earworm songs into some forgotten corner of your brain, it’s time to do some serious memory digging. If you still need to be convinced that their catchy-as-hell tunes are worth revisiting, this video of their gig at 9:30 Club in Washington in 2012 should do the trick. If the crowd had any fears about whether the Kaisers could pull off a show with the same relentless energy as they did circa 2007, they were soon quashed when the band burst into an explosive rendition of opener ‘Every Day I Love You Less’. But by the time you realised you shouldn’t have doubted them in the first place they were already bombarding your eardrums with glorious noughties sing-a-long gems like ‘Never Miss A Beat’ - and the shimmering indie-pop sound and infectious beats that we grew to love in songs like ‘Ruby’ are there to drive you into a frenzy of arm-waving, and when they broke into the brooding, synth-funk laden ‘Little Shocks’ a couple of songs into the set, it was met with a very positive response from the crowd. Then again, when a frontman is as engaging and spontaneous as Ricky Wilson, it’s hard not to get into the groove of things whether the song is familiar or not. If the Kaiser Chiefs set out to prove on that night that they still have “it” in bucket loads, there are two words that were probably on the lips of everyone at the show by the end of the night: mission accomplished.  
  • Live at the Luna Park Big Top, Sydney. In 2013, armed with their exhilarating new album ‘Asymmetry’ and a fistful of fan favourites, Karnivool delivered a killer show – and Moshcam was there with cameras rolling. The Perth prog-rock mavericks are Moshcam alumni. Having filmed them in 2008 and 2009 (two of our most popular shows ever), we were happy to go three in a row at their Big Top gig at Sydney’s Luna Park.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. Plugged as the ‘world’s first infinitely looping album’, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard’s Nonagon Infinity is a relentless rollercoaster of a record that doesn’t let you off. Scratch the nine-chapter appearance – with every song flowing into the next and the final track linking back with the first, it’s best to view the LP as a 41-minute instalment of heavy-psych-rock that’ll have you fondling your once redundant repeat button. On this fateful night in 2016 at the Metro Theatre in Sydney, the seven-piece psych wizards showcased the live rendition of Nonagon Infinity in all it’s looping goodness, while chucking in some classic-fan-favourites. Turn your speakers up to 11 and get ready to bounce around the room. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard hit you like a Berocca on steroids, dipped in adrenaline.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. The music of Kitty, Daisy & Lewis is influenced heavily by R&B, swing, jump blues, country and Western, blues, Hawaiian and rock ‘n’ roll. Yep really. They are all multi-instrumentalists playing guitar, piano, banjo, lapsteel guitar, harmonica, double bass, ukulele, drums, trombone, xylophone and accordion between them. Did someone say over achievers? They've supported artists as diverse as Jools Holland, Mika, Billy Bragg, Mark Ronson and Razorlight. The band also featured in the 2008 documentary We Dreamed America about the influence of American roots music on British musicians. Enjoy this show captured by Moshcam back in 2012. You're welcome!  
  • Live at the Brixton Academy, London. This show was captured in 2014. What else do you need to know???  
  • Live at Metro Theatre, Sydney. 2008. Californian punk legends - say no more! And they have links to other bands we’ve filmed over the years and who you can see on Moshcam now. Lead singer Joey Cape is also in Me First and the Gimme Gimmes (which is available now for you to watch) and he also released a split album with No Use for a Name vocalist Tony Sly featuring acoustic versions of songs by both bands. Yep, we’ve also got a No Use For A Name show for you. This show comes from 2008 when they were touring with their then release, the EP I Think My Older Brother Used to Listen to Lagwagon. Classic!  
  • Live at the Hordern Pavilion, Sydney. The pop-tastic duo of Oli and Louis Leimbach, aka the fabulous Lime Cordiale, are the latest addition to our World Stage series. With the help of their equally talented brothers in (touring) arms, the guys got the capacity crowd at the Hordern jumping recently and we were there to capture it all. They've had multiple entries in the Triple J Top 100 and, in 2021, they deservedly won the ARIA Award for Best Australian Live Act for the Relapse tour – but the "14 Steps to a Better You" Tour takes it to the next level! One of those very special nights – brought to you exclusively by Moshcam. You’re welcome! (Oh, and don’t forget to also check out the support set from the great Teenage Dads, also here on Moshcam).  
  • Indie singer-songwriter has never looked so good as Lior makes it. The Aussie has fast become a staple of the scene since his entry in 2005 with an exceptional debut album, and we have been lucky enough to catch his awe-inducing gig at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney on 3 April 2008. Check it out - you won’t regret it.  
  • A young gun from Albury made her way to the music industry, and we couldn’t be happier. Lisa Mitchell graced our screens on Australian Idol, and built her career from the grass roots up to perfect the craft of writing and performing - and that she very much did. Check out Lisa live at Metro Theatre in Sydney on 3 October 2009  
  • Live at the Enmore Theatre, Sydney. Come for La Bamba - stay for the music! As any fan will tell you, La Bamba gives you a false impression of these guys. Their name means "The Wolves” and their music is incredibly diverse and influenced by rock and roll, Tex-Mex, country music, folk, R&B, blues, and traditional Spanish and Mexican music such as cumbia, boleros and norteños. They are true legends and this show from 2011 shows why.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. With the release of his landmark CD “Where There Is Life” in 1995, Luciano emerged as one of the most important reggae singers in decades and the greatest hope for roots reggae’s survival in the digital dancehall era. Since that much acclaimed release, Luciano’s music has been consistently praised for imparting sentiments of spiritual salvation, Rastafarian edification and African repatriation. We captured this amazing show from him way back in 2008.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. Another Swedish sensation. OK, not as big as that other Swedish ‘pop group’, but she should be! A great mix of dreamy indie pop and electronica, we were lucky enough to capture this small club show back in 2009 following the release of her debut album ‘Youth Novels’. Some great originals and some pretty handy covers from artists as diverse as Vampire Weekend, Kings of Leon and A Tribe Called Quest.  
  • Live at the Brixton Academy, London. The digital dancehall specialists otherwise known as Major Lazer had a blast in Brixton with a highly-charged, hyper-active explosion of beats, booty girls, Zorb Balls and smoke guns, supported by Redlight and Martello. We filmed the premiere of their full theatre show in 2013.  
  • Live at Garage, London. Emerging from Chicago during 2004 as a four piece, Maps & Atlases initially formed part of that city’s burgeoning diverse underground scene of the early 2000’s (which embraced a wide variety of post-hardcore, math rock, indie, punk and emo acts). With both folk and experimental music as core early influences, Maps & Atlases were originally lumped into the math rock category. However, over the years, they definitely outgrew that categorisation, particularly through their first two critically acclaimed albums, 2010’s extraordinary ‘Perch Patchwork’ and 2012’s ‘Beware and Be Grateful’. We caught them in London during 2012 when they were touring in support of that second album. Inexplicably, they went into hiatus (at least on the recording front) for the next 6 years, re-emerging in 2018 as a trio and with a new album in tow, ‘Lightlessness Is Nothing New’. Sadly, not much has been heard of them in recent years (we’re pretty sure COVID didn’t help!), but hopefully we haven’t seen the last of these guys.  
  • Live at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. Mariachi El Bronx is the fourth studio album and released in 2009 by the LA based The Bronx. As the name suggests, and contrary to their usual hard core style, this album was recorded in mariachi style - of course it was! The band toured in support of the album and, for those shows, dubbed themselves Mariachi El Bronx (often playing alternate shows as The Bronx). We were lucky enough to capture this show in 2009. And they’re still doing it! As to why, in a December 2008 interview, singer Matt Caughthran commented that the album "was something that was a part of us that we didn't really realize. I mean, being from Los Angeles and, you know, growing up and surrounded by Mexican culture, it just kind of happened…We were writing two or three songs a day for that record, and the lyrics and everything just kind of shit out of all of us…it was the funnest and easiest record we've ever made.” Amen to that!  
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