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.

Coming soon

1

Rudimental

They were already one of the hottest acts in the world right when we filmed them in 2013 at their sold-out Sydney show. Turbo-charging UK soul with surging drum 'n' bass,Rudimental's nine-piece live outfit turned Sydney's Enmore Theatre into a triumphant dance party. When the beat drops on euphoric anthems like ‘NotGiving In’ and ‘Feel The Love’ and the crowd explodes into action, it’s truly exhilarating stuff.

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!

2

Evan Dando

Australia was Evan Dando's second home for quite a while there. Caught in 2009 on one of his frequent tours through the country, the one true Lemonhead runs through a career spanning set of classic songs, both Lemonheads and solo material, as well as some very tasty covers.

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!

3

The Brian Jonestown Massacre

The famously eclectic band (typically filed under ‘psychedelic’ but that doesn’t really do them justice) fronted consistently by Anton Newcombe, they were the subject (along with their sometimes rivals, Dandy Warhols - also on Moshcam!) of the award winning 2004 documentary Dig! – check it out if you can. They’re still going strong, and we filmed this show in 2010 around the time of their release ‘Who Killed Sgt Pepper?’. Expect the unexpected.

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!

4

Beth Orton

Indie folk’s original queen Beth Orton hold court in this intimate Los Angeles show, filmed exclusively by Moshcam in June 2013. Both powerful and vulnerable, the English siren seduced fans with eternal alt-classics like ‘Stolen Car’ and ‘She CriesYour Name’ alongside selections from her then current release ‘Sugaring Season’, which The Guardian gave four stars and called “a fresh, autumnal album that’s unashamedly mature yet impressively free”.
“I’m playing all the classic joints. That’s what you say over here, right?” she asked between songs with a smile. In a true treat for fans, she was joined by husband and fellow muso Sam Amidon for six sublime tracks on the night. So relax, sit back and breathe in the beautiful sounds of Beth Orton live.

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!

5

Daniel Johnston

A towering figure in the lo-fi scene, typically performing and recording solo, Daniel sadly passed away in 2019 (which, in the way of things, only seems to have burnished his reputation). He was the subject of the 2006 documentary The Devil and Daniel Johnston which is well worth a look. We were lucky enough to capture this show during a rare Australian tour in 2010.

Coming 27 January 2022

6

The Wonder Stuff

One of the giants of the British alternative scene, driven primarily by Miles Hunt(the songwriter, guitarist and vocalist), the band initially broke up in 1994. But you can’t keep a good songwriter down and Hunt reformed the band in 2000 and, in one form or another, they’re still going strong today. We captured this show in 2011 when they were touring to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their third studio album ‘Never Loved Elvis’.

Coming 27 January 2022

7

No Use For A Name

One of the early west coast (California) punk bands, they became much more than that over the years (whilst never losing their punk roots).  Driven primarily by Tony Sly (lead singer, guitarist and chief songwriter), the band came to an abrupt end with his untimely death in 2012. We caught them in full flight during 2008 around the time of the release of the aptly named ‘Feel Good Record of the Year’!

Coming 3 February 2022

8

Best Coast

It had been a huge few years for Best Coast when we filmed this show in 2013. TheLos Angeles outfit had collaborated with Iggy Pop on the True Blood soundtrack, had their video for ‘Our Deal’ directed by Drew Barrymore and burnt their name into the blogosphere with two great albums of sun-kissed beach rock. Channelling the spirit of old school acts likeThe Ventures and The Beach Boys, Best Coast took us on a sweet surf-pop safari at their Sydney show. Riding high on the release of their second record ‘TheOnly Place’ (rated #14 in Rolling Stone’s end of year poll), indie vixenBethany Cosentino, guitarist Bobb Bruno and band surged through their set of DIY hits like ‘Boyfriend’, ‘The Only Place’ and ‘Do You Love Me Like You UsedTo’. The endless summer starts now… enjoy the show!

Coming 3 February 2022