Cake, The Cure, Nine Inch Nails and 311, album anniversaries for Green Day, U2, No Doubt and The Jesus And Mary Chain, plus Bad Religion, Beastie Boys, Echo And The Bunnymen, Soundgarden and “Stacy’s Mom” from Fountains Of Wayne.
Blink 182, Nine Inch Nails, Oasis and The Cure in this set along with Soundgarden, The Stone Roses, Beck and Blind Melon, album anniversaries for Sponge, Sheryl Crow and 311, plus the Pumpkins cover Depeche Mode and “Ready To Go” from Republica.
Beck, Beastie Boys, Weezer and Incubus in this set along with Morrissey, The Strokes, Primus and Urge Overkill, plus music from bands playing Lolla 2021: Foo Fighters, Modest Mouse, Jimmy Eat World, All Time Low and Limp Bizkit!
Beastie Boys, STP, Muse and Fiona Apple in this set along with Depeche Mode, Dinosaur Jr, Nine Inch Nails and 311, plus Morrissey, Garbage, Letters To Cleo and a proper nod to late reggae icon Bunny Wailer.
David Bowie, Beck, Bad Religion and Kate Bush in this set along with Social D, INXS, XTC and DMB along with Muse, The Stone Roses, Incubus and Garbage, plus all the swoon along feels in Mazzy Star’s “Fade Into You”.
Soundgarden, Green Day, Incubus and Echo And The Bunnymen in this set along with Radiohead, Luscious Jackson, Beastie Boys, Belly and Bloc Party, plus Nine Inch Nails, Nada Surf and the “Nookie” from Limp Bizkit!
Nine Inch Nails, Green Day and U2 in this set along with Cracker, Siouxsie And the Banshees and Buck-O-Nine plus proper dad tunes from the Violent Femmes, Jane’s Addiction, Everclear and The Modfather – Mr. Paul Weller of The Jam.
Sublime, Social D and STP lead this set along with Oasis, The Cure, Morrissey and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, plus The Replacements, a cool cover from Urge Overkill and the introductory story of the Beastie Boys.
Weezer, The Cure, Beck and 311 lead this set along with Oasis, The Smiths, Belly and The Replacements. Plus, Iggy Pop, “American Music” from The Violent Femmes and a song of summer from Fountains Of Wayne.
Oasis, Beck and Green Day along with Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame inductees Radiohead and The Cure lead this set of retro goods along with Faith No More, Social D, Cake and a nod to the late Ranking Roger of General Public and The English Beat.