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Posted at 1:48 PM ET, 01/22/2011

Coda: All things Dismemberment Plan; Odd Future's future; Metro, remixed!

By Click Track

dismemberment planTravis Morrison of the Dismemberment Plan at the band's secret Saturday night show at Galaxy Hut. (Josh Sisk/FTWP)

It was one of the busiest weeks in Click Track history -- so busy, we didn't have a chance to get our weekly Coda post up until Saturday afternoon.

It all started with our report from the Dismemberment Plan's secret Saturday night show at Galaxy Hut. Then we flashed back to the band's dalliance with Interscope Records, wrote a feature story about the band's reunion, interviewed long-time D-Plan producer Chad Clark and watched the band perform on Fallon. Check the blog on Monday for a review of Friday night's concert at the Black Cat.

We also asked questions, such as: Why is indie rock so dull? Will Odd Future and/or Lil B enjoy a shelf life that extends beyond Coachella 2011? And would you like to try remixing the strange sounds of D.C.'s Metro escalators? You would? Awesome!

By Click Track  | January 22, 2011; 1:48 PM ET
 
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