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Introducing: Click Track

Welcome to Click Track – The Washington Post Pop Music Blog.

Click Track will be your daily guide through the sprawling 21st century popscape, covering everything from roots rock to street rap, gospel to go-go, bluegrass to bachata, and beyond. We’ll be delivering daily news from both local and national scenes, along with smart criticism from our team of contributors -- check out "About the Bloggers" above.

Click Track’s regular columns will keep the dialogue going five days a week: Monday’s Future days post will alert you to the week’s can’t-miss live gigs. Tuesday’s Drop box will feature fresh CD and MP3 reviews. Next Wednesday, we’ll launch Play favorites, a column where we ask a prominent Washingtonian about the songs they can’t get out of their head. Thursday’s Taking sides column will allow our contributors to debate the most pressing pop issue of the day. And each Friday, Coda will recap the week, highlighting your smartest, most salient comments.

Got salience? We really want to hear from you. Click Track will be your source for must-know music news and critical insight, but we also hope to create a community where our readers keep the conversation running in real time.

Thanks for clicking, bookmarking, listening, commenting and tweeting. Stay close!

By Chris Richards  |  December 16, 2009; 5:00 AM ET
 
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Comments

Rebranding the Post music blog, Post Rock, as Click Track? Really?

Posted by: sockpuppet68 | December 16, 2009 12:56 PM | Report abuse

Yep, really. We wanted a fresh start and the chance to let new readers know that we cover more than just rock music. Thanks for checking it out.

Posted by: ChrisRichards | December 16, 2009 4:13 PM | Report abuse

Best of luck on this endeavor. I'll be reading.

Posted by: Lindemann777 | December 17, 2009 11:21 AM | Report abuse

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