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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Peak '90s: Nine Inch Nails and Soungarden Are Touring Together

Posted By on Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 1:49 PM

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A few years ago, the Doc Martens store came to the Upper Haight. Shortly thereafter, flannel again became the preferred garment of musty music fans everywhere. Fast-forward a couple of years, and we now have a Bottle Rock Napa Valley lineup that could be straight out of 1997 (okay, not quite, but certainly a squinty rehash of 1995-'02), and now arguably the crown jewel of 1990s alt-culture nostalgia:

This summer, in The Year of Our Lord 2014, Soundgarden and Nine Inch Nails are touring together. Yes, it is fact. Thus do we make the following pronouncement: '90s nostalgia has officially peaked. All that's left is the '90s alt-rock cruise, complete with Kennedy as captain and Matt Pinfield as nighttime host.

Anyway: After dodging SPIN's question, 'Nails and Soundgarden officially announced the tour run earlier this month. Its dates include caustic-rap specialists Death Grips. They all come to our very own Shoreline Amphitheatre this August 24. Tickets are on sale now. We shouldn't have to tell you what to wear.

-- @iPORT


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