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U2 debuting new material, touring with Jay-Z; Ticketmaster unveils newfangled "weblog"; Destroyer + Hecker makes Click Track fantasies come true

u2Bono's back is fine and Bono's back with some new songs. (Ricky Carioti/TWP)

By David Malitz

- With Bono recovered from back surgery U2 is back on the road and debuting lots of new material on the European leg of their 360 tour. The latest is "Every Breaking Wave," which is slated to be the lead single on the band's upcoming album songs of ascent. And the special guest on U2's December tour of Australia? Jay-Z.

- Want to know why you are charged all of those fees on tickets you buy through Ticketmaster? The company is going to attempt to explain itself on a new blog.

- And in maybe the ultimate dream Click Track collaboration, indie iconoclast Dan Bejar of Destroyer and electronic mastermind Tim Hecker worked together on the upcoming Destroyer 12", "Archer on the Beach."

By David Malitz  |  August 24, 2010; 10:00 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Destroyer, Jay-Z, Ticketmaster, Tim Hecker, U2  
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