The Ever Expanding Moshcam Catalogue

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With new content added every week, it’s just way too difficult to keep this list up to date. But to give you an idea, the Moshcam catalogue includes originally filmed performances from the likes of Slash (with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators), Iggy and the Stooges, Paul Weller, Royal Blood, Parkway Drive, Los Lobos, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Hot Chip, Hall & Oates, Courtney Barnett, Bloc Party, Alice Cooper, The Hives and The Church – so there’s something for everybody!

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But that’s not all! We’re releasing additional content every week and upcoming releases include amazing shows from Lime Cordiale, Northlane and Polaris (and that's just a taste of what's coming!). They'll be joining great recent releases from bands like The Rubens, The Jungle Giants, Ocean Alley, Andy Golledge (a killer show that one!), Sycco and Even - all ready and waiting for you here on Moshcam, along with more and more of the truly amazing content from the very deep Moshcam catalogue. To give you an idea, we’ve listed below what’s been recently added. Check back regularly to see what else we’ve got up our sleeve!

Recently added


Alpha Wolf

OK, time for the World Stage project to turn it up with these Melbourne based metalcore legends. We caught these guys during their scorching 2022 tour through Australia just ahead of their northern hemisphere dates (where they’re currently tearing up the US and Canada before turning their sights on the UK and Europe later in the year). After witnessing their blistering support slot for Polaris at our recent Roundhouse shoot (spoiler alert- coming to Moshcam real soon!), we knew their Factory headline show would make for an amazing concert film unto itself – and how right we were! Featuring killer songs from their ARIA nominated second album ‘A Quiet Place To Die’, this is a show all heavy metal fans need to check out.

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!


The Rubens (2022)

We’re long time fans of this great Australian band who we last filmed in 2013. After such a long time and so many great songs since then (not to mention a shutdown of the live scene for the best part of two years), 2022 seemed like the perfect time to catch up with them again as part of our World Stage project – and they really delivered at this sold out show!

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Gary Numan (2011)

For over 30 years, Gary Numan has moved effortlessly from one genre to another, all the while creating something instantly recognisable 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 dark wave, 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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Maps & Atlases

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.

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Art vs Science

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’.

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Frenzal Rhomb

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).

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Swervedriver, originally formed in the UK in the late 80s, were initially lumped in with various other “shoegaze” bands from the time although they were always much heavier and more varied than that tag suggested. As they developed, they somehow managed to meld elements of psychedelia, pop and indie rock into one great sound.  They went on hiatus in 1998 (OK, they broke up!) before reforming in 2008 for a world tour, which kicked off with a performance at Coachella – not a bad first gig back! We caught them in Sydney a few years later in 2011 ahead of their release (in 2012) of their first new material in around 14 years.

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Tegan and Sara

This Canadian multi-instrumentalist duo formed in the late 90s – although, let’s face it, it’s not like their meeting was just a happy accident - they’re twin sisters! Still going strong today with a new album in the works for late 2022, we captured this show back in 2009 in support of one of their great albums ‘The Con’.

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