Rojak is a regular collection of assorted links as well as a bulletin summarising the week (or thereabouts) on this blog.
Arcade Fire’s The Suburbs gets a deluxe reissue, and you can stream it. [via Pitchfork]
There is a relatively new André Kertész book, and I want it. [via The Online Photographer]
A Joseph Brodsky museum. [via The Book Bench]
Maud Newton on Raymond Chandler’s essay on Hollywood. [via nieman storyboard]
Third issue in the remix series of Radiohead’s The King of Limbs. Listen in the link. [via dead air space]
New York Public Library trades kids’ fines for time spent in the library. [via NY Daily News]
Since the last edition…
- Booker longlist.
- Art Spiegelman returns to Maus with MetaMaus.
- Interview with António Lobo Antunes.
- A quote by Julio Cortázar.
- Imagining Borges’s theoretical Book of Sand.
- Faber and Faber’s summer paperback series.
- A box set featuring the complete discography of the Smiths.
- PJ Havey nominated for Mercury Prize.
- The Concert for Bangladesh is now on iTunes.
- David Bowie singing “Heroes”.
- Luigi Nono.
- Radiohead’s “From the Basement” performance was for a time available on YouTube.
In film and theatre: