Afternoon Bites: Pinball Revival, Yo La Tengo Returns, The Holocene, and More


Talking Yo La Tengo and the New York Mets with Ira Kaplan.

Jayson Greene chatted with Parquet Courts, whose album Light Up Gold is terrifically catchy stuff.

Dustin Kurtz interviewed the man behind the new DIY-themed magazine The Holocene.

Josh Levin on the pinball revival.

The trailer for Hemlock Grove, based on Brian McGreevy’s novel, is up now.

Eric Nelson talked about his forthcoming book The Walt Whitman House. (We published Nelson’s “A Drink Among Friends” in 2011.)

New music from Hilly Eye (i.e. the duo of Amy Klein and Catherine Tung): behold “Jersey City.”

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