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10.17.2021 History Of Alternative

10.17.2021 History Of Alternative

Blink 182, Beastie Boys, 311 and The Cure in this set along with album anniversaries for Nine Inch Nails, Pearl Jam, Jimmy Eat World and Fatboy Slim, plus New Order, Veruca Salt, The Replacements and “Popular” from Nada Surf.

3.14.2021 History Of Alternative

3.14.2021 History Of Alternative

Jane’s Addiction, Nine Inch Nails, Green Day and The Pixies in this set along with Weezer, Spoon, Beck and Paramore, plus in the spirit of St Paddy’s Day, music from U2, The Pogues, Flogging Molly and Dropkick Murphys.

12.20.2020 History Of Alternative

12.20.2020 History Of Alternative

The Clash, Green Day, Jimmy Eat World and Veruca Salt in this set along with Weezer, INXS, XTC and Pearl Jam plus holiday covers from U2, No Doubt and Save Ferris and an anti-Christmas anthem from Blink 182.

9.6.2020 Alt_Backspace

9.6.2020 Alt_Backspace

Depeche Mode, Jane’s Addiction, Alice In Chains and Rage Against the Machine in this set along with Blur, Blondie, Sponge and The Smiths, plus New Order, The Waterboys and a swanky jam from Edwyn Collins off the Empire Records soundtrack.

5.24.2020 Alt_Backspace

5.24.2020 Alt_Backspace

Weezer, Smashing Pumpkins and Soundgarden lead this set along with The Smiths, Nine Inch Nails and Third Eye Blind plus The Cure, Blur, Beck and a hypothetical commencement speech delivered by Baz Luhrmann.

3.15.2020 Alt_Backspace

3.15.2020 Alt_Backspace

Alice In Chains, Live, 311 and Green Day lead this set along with The Smiths, Depeche Mode and The Cure plus a nod to the Irish with U2, The Waterboys, Sinead O’Connor, The Undertones, Stiff Little Fingers and Flogging Molly.

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.

3.17.19 Alt_Backspace

3.17.19 Alt_Backspace

Bands from Ireland (The Waterboys, Ash, The Pogues, U2 and The Cranberries) lead this St. Paddy’s Day set of retro goods along with Green Day, The Cure, 311 and Flogging Molly. Slainte!

8.20.17 – Alt_Backspace

8.20.17 – Alt_Backspace

In case you didn’t see Liam Gallagher’s set at Lolla…well, even if you did, he only played four songs before walking off. Here’s some Oasis to make up for it!

1.1.17 – Alt_Backspace

1.1.17 – Alt_Backspace

If you’re not riding horseback through snowcapped mountains in Sweden, why even bother making a music video?