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Coda: Dismemberment Plan returns; Jamey Johnson's ascent; Of Montreal's flop

dismemberment planDid you snag Dismemberment Plan tickets today? (Dave Holloway)

All eyes in the indie rock world were on D.C. this week as local heroes Dismemberment Plan announced a January reunion, first reported here on Click Track. Tickets for all shows went on sale today; they were gone very quickly. (Update: There may be some tickets available down the road for the Jan. 22 9:30 Club date.) Is Jamey Johnson your favorite country singer yet? If not, what's taking so long? Will T.I. still play next weekend's FreeFest? If he doesn't, who should replace him? Of Montreal kicked off its tour at 9:30 Club and it couldn't have been worse. At least Janelle Monae was there. And we examined the differences in the fanbases of Vampire Weekend, MGMT and Arcade Fire. See you next week!

By Click Track  |  September 17, 2010; 4:48 PM ET
Categories:  Coda  
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