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Coda: Customized Coachella, decoding "hiatus," Thievery's thud

Jay-ZJay-Z is one of Coachella's headliners; would he play your version? (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow)

It took us a little while but we finally got some fantasy sports onto Click Track. We used Coachella's lineup announcement to develop a game where we each curated our ideal mini-festival, with some budgetary restrictions in place. You can play along and pick from among Jay-Z, Gorillaz, Vampire Weekend and many more. The Killers announced they were "going on hiatus" -- we examined what that actually means. Thievery Corporation kicked off its annual five-night stand at 9:30 club and it wasn't too thrilling. Neal Becton, owner of Som Records, told us what he's been listening to lately. And we said goodbye to "Jersey Shore" and the obscure pop-punk bands that provide the soundtrack to everyone's favorite debauchery.

By David Malitz  |  January 22, 2010; 6:00 PM ET
Categories:  Coda  
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