Afternoon Bites: Deafheaven and Kundera, Talking DIY Spaces, Brighton Beach Dining, And More


Apparently George Clarke from Deafheaven is a Milan Kundera fan.

Sara Marcus talked with the people behind several amazing DIY venues.

Andrea Barrett and Karen Shepard talked historical fiction for Tin House.

J. Hoberman on Liberace.

“While none of his records have had their own moment of critical watershed like, say, William Basinski’s Disintegration Loops, Fennesz’s Endless Summer, or Tim Hecker’s Ravedeath, 1972, Cooper’s career easily trumps the lot of them in diversity and ambition.” Christopher R. Weingarten on Eluvium’s latest, Nightmare Endings.

Robert Siestema has a guide to dining on Neptune Avenue.

Katie Hasty on the latest from Laura Marling.

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