MoshPit

642A King St
Erskineville, NSW 2043

Phone: 0418 207 613
External URL: https://www.facebook.com/KOTMoshPit/

Upcoming Gigs Date and Time
Berlin Reunion 14th of December 2017, 07:00pm
A young female music festival-goer enjoys the music

Why music festivals can be good for your mental health

Given festivals can be a noxious cocktail of loud music, intense physical activity, excessive alcohol consumption and poor sleep, perhaps...

Eat, sleep, play guitar: life according to Dragonforce’s Herman Li

"I eat, sleep and play: that was the only three things I did.

A history of skate punk in eight essential bands

It’s easy to get academic when talking about skate punk and skater rock; to focus on definitions and trends and...

Are encores becoming a thing of the past? A brief history of concert encores, 1600-now

Encores have become so commonplace in live music these days that they're more like expected finales than spontaneous conclusions to...

The Living End Flirted With Family Friendly Pop At An Odd Taronga Zoo Show

“Let’s give thanks to the weather gods for making the rain stop,” cracked The Living End’s frontman Chris Cheney partway...

Red Sea

Sydney’s Red Sea is a band destined for the national spotlight.

“Boys Are Not More Entitled To Music Than You Are”: Camp Cope On Violence At Gigs

Trigger warning: this article contains discussion of physical and sexual assault.

Health @ Oxford Art Factory

Reviewed on Monday February 8 Music is a disease with a positive purpose; a contagion with an end goal in...

The BRAG’S Royal Guide: The Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend

If there’s one thing that unites Sydneysiders when it comes to the monarchy, it’s the Queen’s Birthday long weekend.

Foo Fighters @ ANZ Stadium

Reviewed on Thursday February 26 (photo by Ashley Mar) Foo Fighters are a very decent band with some very decent...

The BRAG’s Bonza Guide To Australia Day

Looking for a great spot for the Australia Day long weekend?

Example

Behaviour at dance music festivals can range from tasteful to downright barbaric, but no matter the atmosphere, you’re certain to...

Violent Soho @ Metro Theatre

Reviewed on Friday December 5 (photo by Ashley Mar) On Friday Violent Soho demonstrated that you don’t have to redefine...

The Bronx

Sitting behind a desk at his home in Huntington Beach, California, the lead singer of LA punks The Bronx, Matt...

Phoenix @ Hordern Pavilion

Reviewed on Wednesday March 5 As live gigs go, this one was almost a contest.

Metz @ Goodgod Small Club

Reviewed on Wednesday December 4 With a band name likeBatpiss, you get an idea of what to expect.

Oceano : Incisions

On Incisions, it feels like Oceano, conceptually speaking, is stuck sword fighting a particularly noxious fart.

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Every Time I Die

Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley once felt he was paying for mistakes made in past lives.

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The Smith Street Band : Don’t Fuck With Our Dreams

Don’t Fuck With Our Dreams is raw and a little jagged, but it is also soaring and necessary.

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Of Monsters And Men Announce Third Splendour Sideshow

At Laneway this year, the Icelandic chamber-pop quintet inspired a near riot when they played ‘King And Lionheart’ – the...