Tag Archives: Red Hot Chili Peppers

12.22.19 Alt_Backspace

12.22.19 Alt_Backspace

Alice In Chains, Depeche Mode, Green Day and the Red Hot Chili Peppers lead this set with Veruca Salt and Liz Phair, plus U2 and No Doubt cover holiday tunes and Christmas originals from The Ramones, Blink 182 and The Eels.

12.8.19 Alt_Backspace

12.8.19 Alt_Backspace

Radiohead, Oasis and Soundgarden lead this set along with STP, XTC and O.M.D. with Porno For Pyros, Depeche Mode and Dinosaur Jr plus an 80’s classic covered by Reel Big Fish!

11.10.19 Alt_Backspace

11.10.19 Alt_Backspace

The Cure, Oasis and Jane’s Addiction lead this set along with Depeche Mode, Cracker, U2 and The Smithereens plus Dinosaur Jr,, “Friends Of P” from The Rentals, The Posies and a proper serving of Cake!

10.6.19 Alt_Backspace

10.6.19 Alt_Backspace

Radiohead, Pearl Jam, The Smiths and The Cure lead this set of retro goods along with Buffalo Tom, Bjork and The Beastie Boys plus Devo, The Replacements and Faith No More.

9.22.19 Alt_Backspace

9.22.19 Alt_Backspace

Weezer, Social D and Veruca Salt drive this set along with Green Day, The Smiths, Blur and The Replacements plus Matthew Sweet and Mr. Peter Murrrrrphy!

8.11.19 Alt_Backspace

8.11.19 Alt_Backspace

Oasis, Pearl Jam and Beck lead this set along with New Order, Local H, The Pixies and Blink 182 plus The Cure, The Lemonheads, Weezer and “Circles” from Soul Coughing.

7.21.19 Alt_Backspace

7.21.19 Alt_Backspace

Pearl Jam, The Cure, Green Day and The Replacements lead this set along with Weezer, Bad Religion, 311 and Belly plus The Smiths, The Smithereens and ska punk goodness from Buck-O-Nine!

6.16.19 Alt_Backspace

6.16.19 Alt_Backspace

Oasis, Nine Inch Nails, Blur and Morrissey lead this set along with 311, Pearl Jam and The Pixies plus requisite Father’s Day tunes from Jane’s Addiction, Everclear, Violent Femmes and The Ramones.

6.2.19 Alt_Backspace

6.2.19 Alt_Backspace

Green Day, Bad Religion, Pearl Jam and Live lead this set along with The Prodigy, New Order, Soul Coughing and “Scooby Snacks” from Fun Lovin’ Criminals. Plus, Baz Luhrmann curates a classic commencement speech that still hold up 20 years later.