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8.29.2021 History Of Alternative

8.29.2021 History Of Alternative

Blink 182, Beck, Beastie Boys and Billy Idol on the show along with album anniversaries for Pearl Jam, Oasis, The Breeders and Death Cab For Cutie, cool covers from The Clash, Chili Peppers and Echo And The Bunnymen, plus Sublime, Siouxsie And The Banshees and “Singing In My Sleep” from Semisonic.

7.4.2021 History Of Alternative

7.4.2021 History Of Alternative

Beck, Nine Inch Nails, Oasis and Sublime in this set along with The Ramones, STP, INXS and XTC, plus Devo, Cake, “Pork And Beans” from Weezer, “American Music” from the Violent Femmes and “4th Of July” from the band X.

5.2.2021 History Of Alternative

5.2.2021 History Of Alternative

Bowie, Beck, Beastie Boys and Social D lead this set along with Depeche Mode, Veruca Salt, Oasis and They Might Be Giants, plus The Cure, 311 covering The Cure and the world’s greatest party band – The B-52s!

3.7.2021 History Of Alternative

3.7.2021 History Of Alternative

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.

1.31.2021 History Of Alternative

1.31.2021 History Of Alternative

Beck, Bad Religion, Green Day and Local H in this set along with The Replacements, Tears For Fears, Veruca Salt and Paramore, plus Depeche Mode, Dinosaur Jr. and Orgy’s cover of “Blue Monday”.

12.6.2020 History Of Alternative

12.6.2020 History Of Alternative

Alice In Chains, Radiohead, Green Day and Oasis in this set along with Nine Inch Nails, Joy Division, Fiona Apple and Primus, plus Soul Coughing, The Smiths, Material Issue and Bjork!

10.18.2020 History Of Alternative

10.18.2020 History Of Alternative

Jane’s Addiction, Soundgarden and The Strokes along with Beck, Rage and Jimmy Eat World in this set with Depeche Mode, The White Stripes, New Order and Good Charlotte, plus “Teenage Dirtbag” from Wheatus and all 9 glorious minutes of Green Day’s “Jesus Of Suburbia”.

8.2.2020 Alt_Backspace

8.2.2020 Alt_Backspace

The Cure, Oasis, STP and 311 lead this set along with Local H, Pavement and Material Issue. Plus, MTV launched 39 years ago this weekend, so music from the first day of “music television” from The Buggles, Blondie, The Pretenders, The Vapors and Split Enz.

5.10.2020 Alt_Backspace

5.10.2020 Alt_Backspace

The Smiths, Radiohead, Beck and Weezer lead this set along with Garbage, The Pretenders, Siouxsie And The Banshees plus The Cure, Material Issue, “Mother Mother” from Tracy Bonham and the mother of all gloom-rock mother tunes from Mr. Glenn Danzig!

3.1.2020 Alt_Backspace

3.1.2020 Alt_Backspace

Oasis, Nine Inch Nails and Depeche Mode lead this set along with XTC, L7 and STP plus Pavement, Material Issue, Bad Religion and “Radiation Vibe” from Fountains Of Wayne.

11.24.19 Alt_Backspace

11.24.19 Alt_Backspace

Oasis, Jane’s Addiction and Nine Inch Nails lead this set along with The Replacements, Radiohead, Pearl Jam and Primus plus 311, Local H and DNA’s remixed version of “Tom’s Diner”.

9.15.19 Alt_Backspace

9.15.19 Alt_Backspace

Green Day, Weezer and Oasis lead this set along with The Cure, Beck and Bad Religion, plus XTC, O.M.D, 311 and “3 Strange Days” from School Of Fish.

6.23.19 Alt_Backspace

6.23.19 Alt_Backspace

Green Day, The Cure, Beck and Radiohead lead this set along with XTC, O.M.D. and R.E.M plus Material Issue, Veruca Salt, Save Ferris covering an 80s classic and Cake.

3.24.19 Alt_Backspace

3.24.19 Alt_Backspace

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!

1.6.19 Alt_Backspace

1.6.19 Alt_Backspace

Social D, Beck, Oasis and Nine Inch Nails along with The Smithereens, Face To Face, Material Issue and some mandatory Morrissey for the first show of 2019.

9.30.18 Alt_Backspace

9.30.18 Alt_Backspace

Depeche Mode, Social D and Green Day along with one-hit wonders (Kajagoogoo, Len) and music from the Empire Records soundtrack (The The, Edwyn Collins) round out this set of Devo dome hat approved 80s and 90s tunes!