Tag Archives: Goldfinger

5.5.19 Alt_Backspace

5.5.19 Alt_Backspace

Oasis, Blur, Beck and The Smiths leads this set along with Bad Religion, Green Day, STP and R.E.M. Plus, Mexican Radio from Wall Of Voodoo, a cool cover from Cowboy Junkies and a track from The Stone Roses debut album released 30 years ago this week.

2.10.19 Alt_Backspace

2.10.19 Alt_Backspace

A Valentine’s Day themed playlist for varying moods from U2, New Order, Pearl Jam and Portishead, a cool cover from Nirvana, Morrissey is his element of misery and a sweet duet from Iggy Pop and Kate Pierson of The B52s!

12.9.18 Alt_Backspace

12.9.18 Alt_Backspace

Bad Religion, The B-52’s, Buffalo Tom and “Super Bon Bon” from Soul Coughing in this set along with STP, U2 and 311. Plus, a proper Buzzcocks tune for the late Pete Shelley.

9.23.18 Alt_Backspace

9.23.18 Alt_Backspace

Leading with a track from Nirvana’s “Nevermind” released 27 years ago, UK imports (Oasis, The English Beat, James), solid ska horns (Goldfinger, Less Than Jake) and a classic shredder from Hum make up this set of retro goods.

Taking Back Sundays – 12.4.16

Taking Back Sundays – 12.4.16

3 songs by 3 of the greatest emo artists – It’s like the holy trinity of melodramatic music on this week’s TBS

11.27.16 – Alt_Backspace

11.27.16 – Alt_Backspace

Nobody likes you when you’re 23…except for us, we still think you’re cool!

Taking Back Sundays – 10.16.16

Taking Back Sundays – 10.16.16

Because sometimes you just need hour where it’s ok to cry, eat your feelings, and listen to My Chemical Romance 💙

Taking Back Sundays – 9.25.16

Taking Back Sundays – 9.25.16

You asked, we listened…emo music is back on the air in Chicago! Get your fix of My Chemical Romance, Mayday Parade, Simple Plan & more here.

9.18.16 – Alt_Backspace

9.18.16 – Alt_Backspace

We “Just Can’t Get Enough” of Depeche Mode 😉 (if you didn’t get that reference, you should probably brush up on your Alt Rock history…starting with this playlist)

11.15.15 – Alt_Backspace

11.15.15 – Alt_Backspace

Alt_Backspace has classic alt-rock favorites from bands like Big Audio Dynamite, Soft Cell, and Public Image Ltd.