With Beach Day
Grand Central Miami
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Break out your jelly shoes, your well-worn flannel, your youthful discontent -- the '90s are back.
It's not just some fashionable truth. The classic music of the '90s is still relevant. And that's cause for celebration. Some of the most influential albums of the era are nearing drinking age, including the Breeders' breakout, surprise smash, Last Splash.
In celebration of the record's 20th anniversary, the band got together at Grand Central to recreate the whole sonic experience as authentically as possible -- down to the same damn wind chimes used in the recording studio -- and played the whole album from beginning to end.
See also: Breeders' Josephine Wiggs on 20 Years of Last Splash and the Future of Women in Rock