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 we’ve listed below what’s coming up soon – so check back regularly to see what else we’ve got up our sleeve.

Recently added

1

Andy Golledge Band

In his own words “Andy Golledge is a livewire and a gentle soul, trapped in a 70s tuna fisherman’s body. He looks like your old man back in the day, sounds like Neil Young, with the energy of Springsteen, and a vulnerability all his own”. Couldn’t have summarised it any better ourselves! This Australian alt-country artist’s shows are amongst some of the funnest and most joyous shows we’ve ever witnessed, and we were thrilled when he agreed to be part of our World Stage project.  Following the release of his debut album ‘Strength of a Queen’ in March 2022, he undertook a short tour culminating in this memorable sold out show in Sydney. Given the energy and love in the room, we think it’s highly unlikely you’ll ever see him at such close quarters again. Andy, we gotta take our shirt off to ya (and many audience members agreed!) –this one was a blinder. (Happy Trigger Warning. By the way, if the sight of a large part of the audience onstage with their shirts off just revelling in the sheer joy of the music is something which might offend, you might want to bail on this show before the encores! For the rest of you, turn it up and strip down!)

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!

2

Sycco

Another very welcome addition to our World Stage series is Brisbane based Sasha McLeod, better known as Sycco (who you may have seen join the stage with The Jungle Giants in their earlier show in this series). Still very early in what is clearly going to be a stellar career, Sycco has already released a number of great songs which led, in part, to her picking up a nomination forTriple J Unearthed Artist of the Year in 2020. Earlier this year, she released her latest single “Superstar” to rave reviews and, naturally, that song is front and centre of this great show from March this year. This is one artist you’re going to hear a lot more of in coming years – and remember folks, you saw her here first!

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!

3

The Hives (Cover Songs)

There's some days we especially love shooting concerts and this was one of them - The Hives' sensational covers show from 2009. Led by their irrepressible front man Howlin' Pelle Almqvist, it's a fast, furious and deliriously fun show dedicated to the acts who've shaped The Hives' DNA.Featuring old school favourites from Billie Holiday, Mel Dorsey and Joy Ryder and Avis Davis to classics from Australian acts as diverse as The Saints andFlash and The Pan, the band pay tribute in their own riotous fashion. As Almqvist says: "This show is a pleasure for us and it sure is a pleasure for you too, right?" Too right!

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!

4

Redd Kross

Redd Kross hit their stride in the 90s with the classic ‘Phaseshifter’ album – and then went on indefinite hiatus in the late 90s, not returning until the mid-2000s. Hoodoo Gurus seized on the opportunity to get the band to perform aspart of the Gurus’ 30th anniversary ‘invitational’ in 2012 when this show was recorded.

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5

Ash

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 NorthernIreland 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 ofAll Time. One not to miss!

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6

Real Friends

It was 2014 and the first time the Chicago pop punk favourites had gracedAustralian shores, and we made sure we didn’t miss it. We weren’t disappointed!The band was touring off the back of some highly regarded EPs and just ahead of the release of their debut album. The band is still going strong although they now have a new vocalist (Cody Muraro) who replaced founding member Dan Lambton (who of course is featured here).

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7

Emilie Autumn

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.

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!

8

Ocean Alley

Another great Australian act to join our World Stage 2022 project. Please welcome to the stage the fantastic Ocean Alley with their "cruisey psych, rock and reggae fusion" (thanks Happy, couldn’t have described it better ourselves!). Originally from the northern beaches of Sydney, they are now taking on the world. We captured them here in early 2022 before a capacity crowd at Brisbane’s fabulous Riverstage. Get on board!

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