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Coda: Mary J. Blige pumps us up; Gyptian lets us down; Katie Couric makes us blush


When Katie met Drizzy, we blushed. (Mark Gail/TWP)

This week was so busy on Click Track, we didn't even have the chance to discuss the ridiculousness of Kanye West's new album title. What were we doing? We were listening to this amazing new Portico Quartet album. (Yeah, it came out last month but landed in some of our mailboxes/brainspaces only recently).

And we were steady-blogging, too.

Chris Richards praised Drake -- and then Katie Couric read it to Drake. David Malitz recovered from Matador 21. Allison Stewart hoped a new wave of '90s bands wouldn't reunite. We had an illuminating chat with Washington sound artist Richard Chartier. And we saw memorable concerts from Mary J. Blige (overwhelming!) and Gyptian (underwhelming!).

We'll do it all again next week -- probably sans Couric shout-out, though.

By Click Track  | October 8, 2010; 5:15 PM ET
Categories:  Coda  
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