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When a reunited band hits the stage and a vintage line-up re-assembles before your very eyes, there’s always a little magic in the air. In this show from Sydney's Hordern Pavilion in 2012, alexisonfire delivered - and then some.

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The Aints!

Filmed in 2018, two days before the recording of their debut LP, The Church of Simultaneous Existence, Ed Kuepper & The Aints! played the unrecorded album in its entirety to a full house at Sydney’s Marrickville Bowls Club (a/k/a The Bowlo) and played the songs that would become for many the album of the year.

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Hoodoo Gurus

They’re as Australian as beers around the BBQ and no doubt they’ve soundtracked a few. In 2012 at the Enmore Theatre, rock legends Hoodoo Gurus showed why they’ve carved themselves a special place in the nation’s music history. Curating and headlining the Dig It Up Invitational (a  series of performances celebrating 30 years since they released their first single ‘Leilani’) the Sydney four-piece proved they’re as relevant as they are rocking, proving that some things never change.

Available from 9 December 2021


Nick Zinner

41 Strings

Back in 2012 we filmed Yeah Yeah Yeahs guitarist Nick Zinner performing "41 Strings" with the Australian Youth Orchestra at the Sydney Opera House as part of that year's Sydney Festival. The piece is part concerto in the classical tradition, but with the modern rock ‘n' roll feel one would expect from Zinner.

Available from 9 December 2021



The production collective that continues to defy definition with its blend of electronic, hip-hop, dance and rock. Filmed here in 2008 at the Metro Theatre in Sydney, it features a range of killer tracks including Eye For An Eye.

Available from 16 December 2021


Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings

The late, great Sharon Jones (and the fabulous Dap-Kings) seen here in 2009 performing as part of that year's Sydney Festival.

Available from 16 December 2021



The enigmatic Jason Pierce (aka J. Spaceman) and his ever changing band of renown, captured here in 2009 at Sydney's Metro Theatre. Ladies and gentlemen, we are indeed floating in space.....

Available from 23 December 2021


All Time Low

Not many bands can continually lay claim to constantly selling out shows whenever they tour Australia, but All Time Low can proudly wear that badge. We caught one of their early shows at Manning Bar at the University of Sydney in 2009 on the Take Action! tour. Includes a bunch of their best known songs including their hugely popular Dear Maria, Count Me In.

Available from 23 December 2021