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Saturday, March 21, 2009

New Coast Website Sucks

Posted on Sat, Mar 21, 2009 at 11:41 PM

Its been bothering me for a while... So here it goes. I often logged onto the Coast's website to quickly check which bands are playing in town tonight, but since they changed their website, I have to click on a few dozen buttins, then specify 'today', and scroll through garbage that plays every week to get to the acts that are ever of interest. And since when was a DJ classified as live music?

Either go back to the old format, or, put the same people who play every week at the end. That is not good music information... its just annoying. Drop the DJs from the section or put them at the end with the 'every-weeker's', and have 'original live acts' displayed first. The old website, you clicked one button, and you were told who is playing and where. Now I have to sift through up to 4 pages of nonsense before I get to the goods.

I don't know who 'revamped' the website, but lets consider it a maladaptation. Its not user friendly, and unless its some moronic 'sell out' way of having more pages viewed, its idiocy at its finest. I'm starting to look for new sites that are music specific. Employ logic!

---MBG

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