Moshcam, the world’s leading producer and distributor of originally-produced live music videos, have launched their brand-new website as well as announcing that they’re now in the top 5 global music channels on YouTube after only six months in business.
The new Moshcam website is a clean, sleek, and dynamic refurbishment of its predecessor in look, feel and functionality. The site was designed in HTML5, optimising and streamlining the viewer experience to make the new Moshcam site easy to navigate and most of all, fun.
The site will soon be accompanied by a fully accessible mobile site, set to launch next month. The Moshcam mobile site will allow users to watch broadcast-quality videos of their favourite acts on whatever device they prefer, wherever they may be.
“Our main focus is giving fans complete control over how they watch and listen to the music they love,” said Paul Hannigan, Chief of Product, Moshcam. “We now have a massive catalogue of more than 1300 full-length live music concert videos…interviews and more,” he continued.
“With playlists and personalisation,” Hannigan and the Moshcam team have been working hard to make the revamped Moshcam not only “incredibly easy to use” but “enormously addictive.” They’re hoping the new site will see Moshcam grow even larger than it already has.
2013 has seen the company grow immensely under the leadership of CEO Stephen Peach and Moshcam Chair, Deanne Weir. Moshcam have consistently ranked in the Top 5 Australian music sites this year, “exceeding an average of 16,000 unique browsers daily.”
Their recently launched YouTube channel commands 3 million views per month and 40,000 subscribers. This puts Moscham well in the “top performing 3% of music channels on YouTube globally”.
The catalogue of content on Moshcam is ever-growing, with this past month seeing A$AP Rocky‘s performance of Peso in Sydney, Bloc Party performing Helicopter in Sydney and Bullet For My Valentine doing Tears Don’t Fall live in Birmingham hitting the month’s Top 5 videos.
You can check out a playlist hand-picked by Music Feeds via the link or embedded below, featuring some of Moshcam’s best content, including a stellar Portland performance of Closer by Nine Inch Nails, Megadeth performing Symphony of Destruction in Sydney, and Baroness rocking A Horse Called Golgotha during a Sydney show.
Watch: Music Feeds’ Moshcam Playlist