The Washington Post

Pop music coverage moves from Click Track to the Style blog

Like the song says, it’s time to move.

After 27 months of non-stop pop music bloggery, we’re moving our music coverage from Click Track to The Style Blog where we’ll be talking about pop music alongside the keystrokes of other arts critics from the Washington Post Style section.

Each Tuesday morning, we’ll post a roundup all of the week’s album reviews and concert coverage in one handy package, and we’ll be chiming in on the world of pop music throughout the week. (If you only want to read about music on The Style Blog, bookmark this page right here.)

For in depth preview coverage, visit the Going out Guide’s GOG Blog where David Malitz will continue to keep you up to speed on the area’s best musical events.

And next week, we’ll begin spitting out nearly all of our pop music coverage to the Twittersphere from our new account, @WashingtonPostMusic. Follow us. (Chris Richards and David Malitz are on Twitter, too.)

What will our music coverage look like on the The Style Blog? It’ll include all of the best elements of Click Track — interviews with folks like Big Boi, Robyn, Will.I.Am, Foster the People, Oneohtrix Point Never, Yelawolf, Lil B and more.

And while we’re at, here are some other Click Track highlights:

- Courtney Love’s trainwreck performance at 9:30 Club

- The new super-headliners and the fans that love them: Vampire Weekend, MGMT, Arcade Fire

- Five things we learned from the Black Eyed Peas’ halftime show.

- The Click Track 2010 Virgin Mobile FreeFest Draft.

- Did the Washington Wizards predict contemporary hip-hop?

- 20 random facts about Guns N’ Roses’ “Use Your Illusion.”

- The last exorcism of Nicki Minaj.

- The best songs Washingtonians were listening to in 2011

Thanks for reading Click Track and see you over on the Style Blog!


Success! Check your inbox for details. You might also like:

Please enter a valid email address

See all newsletters

Show Comments
Most Read


Success! Check your inbox for details.

See all newsletters

Your Three. Videos curated for you.
Play Videos
Sleep advice you won't find in baby books
In defense of dads
Scenes from Brazil's Carajás Railway
Play Videos
For good coffee, sniff, slurp and spit
How to keep your child safe in the water
How your online data can get hijacked
Play Videos
How to avoid harmful chemicals in school supplies
Full disclosure: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1 ghoul
How much can one woman eat?
Play Videos
What you need to know about Legionnaires' disease
How to get organized for back to school
Pandas, from birth to milk to mom