Beck, Pearl Jam, Oasis and Morrissey lead this set along with The Smithereens, Garbage, Dinosaur Jr and Liz Phair. Plus, Bjork, The Pixies and “chickity-china-the-Chinese-chicken” will stick in your head thanks to those Barenaked Ladies!
Nirvana, Radiohead, STP and 311 lead this set along with Nine Inch Nails, New Order and Urge Overkill. Plus, we must dwell on the Empire Records soundtrack for Rex Manning Day and hear Edwyn Collins, The The, Gin Blossoms and The Buggles!
Pearl Jam, New Order and Rancid lead this set along with Material Issue, The Cult and The Violent Femmes’ “American Music”. Plus, STP, O.M.D., R.E.M., a cool cover from Echo And The Bunnymen and some proper ska punk horns from Less Than Jake!
Oasis, Jane’s Addiction, Social D and Beck leads this set of retro goods along New Order, Veruca Salt, Nada Surf and The Cure. Plus, R.E.M., U2, INXS and a proper tribute to the late Keith Flint of The Prodigy.
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!
Oasis, Social D, Green Day and Blur lead the set with Depeche Mode, The Pixies and Weezer. Plus, L7, Eels, Luscious Jackson and the quite luscious ska punk horns of Buck-O-Nine line up for a proper big game day pregame soundtrack.
Rock n Roll Hall Of Fame inductees Radiohead, The Cure and Roxy Music lead this set along with holiday tunes from U2, No Doubt, Blink 182 and The Eels. Plus, guitar shredding 101 with Professor J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr.
Social D, Weezer, Our Lady Peace and The Cure drive this set of retro goods along with The Clash, The Replacements and The Smiths. Plus, the Pumpkins cool cover of a Depeche Mode classic never disappoints.
Oasis, Pearl Jam and The Smiths lead this set along with The Cure, Garbage, Public Image LTD and Folk Implosion from the KIDS soundtrack. Plus, a Ween tune for a favorite who lives in a pineapple under the sea.
The Smiths, Beck and Local H lead this set of retro goods along with The Pixies, Letters To Cleo and The Stone Roses. Plus, a cool cover from Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged set recorded 25 years ago (11/18/93)