Tag Archives: The Offspring

11.17.19 Alt_Backspace

11.17.19 Alt_Backspace

Green Day, The Cure, Beck and the Beastie Boys get this set movin’ along with New Order, Weezer, STP and MXPX plus Bad Religion, Urge Overkill and a refresher course in popularity from Nada Surf.

9.1.19 Alt_Backspace

9.1.19 Alt_Backspace

Green Day, The Cure, Veruca Salt and Peal Jam drive this set of retro goods along with STP, Squeeze and They Might Be Giants plus cool covers from Cowboy Junkies and Save Ferris.

5.26.19 Alt_Backspace

5.26.19 Alt_Backspace

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.

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!

1.13.19 Alt_Backspace

1.13.19 Alt_Backspace

Oasis, The Smiths, Soul Coughing and Stereo MC’s in this set along with Buffalo Tom, New Order, Catherine Wheel and a proper serving of Cake!

11.18.18 Alt_Backspace

11.18.18 Alt_Backspace

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)

9.16.18 Alt_Backspace

9.16.18 Alt_Backspace

More Riot Fest bands (Weezer, Bad Religion, Johnny Marr of The Smiths) along with cool UK bands (Catherine Wheel, Blur and Supergrass) and the retro “poof mullets” of A Flock Of Seagulls complete this set of 80s and 90s goods.

9.2.18 Alt_Backspace

9.2.18 Alt_Backspace

A Labor Day weekend 80s and 90s set complete with tunes from 2 albums released 24 years ago, a visit from one of Bono’s on-stage personas from the Zoo TV tour and the mezmerizing vocals of Polly Jean Harvey.

All Mixed Up?

All Mixed Up?

“Well hello Shirley, it’s 311 Noodles and Peanut Offspring”