Posts Tagged ‘Click Track’

Arts Roundup: B-I-Itchy Edition

Click Track, the Washington Post's pop music blog, is dead. Its content will be divvied up between the Going Out Guide blog and the Style blog. [Post]
Rush Limbaugh trashes Washington Post columnist Alexandra Petri for her "b-i-itchy" column, and Petri offers to buy him a sandwich. [Post]
Louis C.K. pulls out of the Radio and Television Correspondents' Dinner. [DCist]
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The Long, Winding Road to the “Lost” Elliott Smith WMUC Session

The indie corner of the Internet went nuts Monday after WaPo's David Malitz published a piece about the recent rediscovery of a rare Elliott Smith recording. The story went that a former WMUC DJ Ben Weisholtz found a copy of a 1996 live radio session—"Misery Let Me Down"—in an old MiniDisc player he sold on [...]

Yet Another Fugazi “Cover”

Click Track says it's the "Year of the Fugazi Cover", now that TV on the Radio's brilliant live rendition of "Waiting Room" at last weekend's Pitchfork Music Festival is all over the Internet. (Full disclosure: Hearing the song's bass intro after battling the heat all day cheered me right up.) The year is barely past [...]

Start Stretching Your Clicking Finger: Third Dismemberment Plan Show in D.C. Goes on Sale Today

Click Track has the news again: The Dismemberment Plan, revered D.C. indie-rock outfit, has added a third D.C. date to its slate of reunion shows. It's Sunday, Jan. 23 at the 9:30 Club, and tickets go on some point today. Click Track says you should keep checking the band's Facebook page.
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Arts Roundup: Booze and Piss and Liz Phair Edition

Good morning! I know, I know, starting a roundup with thoughts about the weather is terrible, but: It's a sauna out there, and the Phillips Collection is offering some relief, or at least it has a canny way to draw you in at the close of the week. Every Friday through August, show up there [...]