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, The Rubens, Alpha Wolf, Northlane and Polaris (and that's just a taste of what's coming!). They'll be joining great recent releases from bands like The Jungle Giants, Ocean Alley, Andy Golledge (a killer show that one!) 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

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Teenage Dads

Australian indie-pop at its finest, these guys are legends in the making. Still early in what we expect will be a stellar career, they’re driving down the same roads as bands like The Strokes and Vampire Weekend but carving their own distinctive and melodic path. We had the opportunity to film them as part of our World Stage series when they picked up the coveted support slot for Lime Cordiale on their recent 2022 Australian tour.

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!

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The Church (Untitled #23)

If you’ve already watched their Starfish set on Moshcam (featuring Under the Milky Way, a stone cold classic if ever there was one), you’ll be aware that in 2011 we captured this incomparable band playing three of their most iconic albums in full – Starfish, Priest = Aura and this one: 2009′s lush, organic masterpiece Untitled #23 presented here in all its glory. Rolling Stone Australia gave this album an unprecedented 5 star review – “a stunningly ambitious album of shimmering rock”. In the USA, Rolling Stone commented that the band had “truly reaffirmed themselves as one of the world’s leading melodic art-rock bands”. If you don’t know them, you’re in for a treat – and if you do know them, well then you won’t be disappointed!

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!

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The Necks

The Necks defy categorisation. Chris Abrahams (piano), Tony Buck (drums), and Lloyd Swanton (bass) conjure a chemistry together that defies description in orthodox terms. These three musicians are among the most respected and in-demand inAustralia and internationally, working in every field from pop to avant-garde. Checkout their relatively recent collaboration with electronic legends Underworld on the epic 47 min track Appleshine Continuum to see what we mean. Featuring lengthy pieces which are totally improvised and slowly unravel in the most intoxicating fashion, frequently underpinned by an insistent deep groove, no two performances are ever the same. Not entirely avant-garde, nor minimalist, nor ambient, nor jazz, the music of The Necks remains among the most unique in the world today. This show from 2008, entitled ‘Guelph’, is just one facet of this extraordinary band. (And apologies – as it’s a single ‘song’, we can’t split out any free track for this one!).

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!

4

Yeasayer

These guys were described as ‘experimental rock’ by some which can often be the kiss of death for many bands. To be honest, they wrote a bunch of killer pop/dance songs. Sadly, they broke up in 2019, but this show from 2010 (when they toured heavily in support of their highly regarded ‘Odd Blood’ album) was them at their thrilling best.

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!

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By the time we got the opportunity to film theseAustralian punk legends in 2009, founding member Ian Rilen (who was also a member of Rose Tattoo back in the day as well as the great Sardine V) had already joined the great mosh pit in the sky. His energy and punk enthusiasm continued to be celebrated after his death with another original member, Steve Lucas, stepping up to lead this legendary band (who should definitely not be confused with the LA band of the same name).

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!

6

Ingrid Michaelson

We caught this great American singer-songwriter on her 2010 tour of Australia in support of her fourth album ‘Everybody’ (which debuted at #18 on the Billboard charts). Over her defiantly independent career, she has sold over a million albums and millions of singles. Apart from a slew of great originals, this show features possibly the world’s first (but unquestionably the best!) ukulele version of Radiohead’s ‘Creep’.

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!

7

The Cribs

Described earlier in their career by Q magazine as the biggest cult band in the world (huh?), The Cribs are an English three-piece indie rock band that emerged in 2001. With 4 UK Top 10 albums under their belt, they are still going strong despite label and management disputes in recent years and a COVID induced hiatus from live performance. This show was recorded in London during 2012 around the time of their fifth album ‘In TheBelly Of The Brazen Bull’ (which made it to #8 on NME’s end of year list) and this show, not surprisingly, features many of the songs off that album including singles ‘Glitters Like Gold’ and ‘Chi-Town’.

Available to watch now on the Moshcam app!

8

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!