Rojak is a regular collection of assorted links as well as a bulletin summarising the week (or thereabouts) on this blog.
Andy Williams dies. [via The Telegraph]
Wittgenstein quote. [via A Piece of Monologue]
“If you were born after 1970, I think it is nearly impossible to imagine how it felt to open up The New York Times Magazine on a Sunday morning in January 1971 to discover ‘What it Means to be a Homosexual,’ a deeply personal and beautifully written piece in defense of homosexuality.” [via New York Review of Books]
Feist wins the Polaris Prize for her latest album, Metals. [via Pitchfork]
Atoms For Peace will release a 12″ of their single “Default”. [via Consequence of Sound]
New Brian Eno: LUX. [via Consequence of Sound] Coming 13 November.
Staying on music news, the Beatles remasters are finally coming to vinyl. [via The Beatles]
Why can’t I be in Chicago (and catch this Vivian Maier exhibition) right now? [via The Online Photographer]
Bookclub in a Box. [via The Tin House] This is a wonderful idea.
David Lynch remixes Ultraísta’s “Strange Formula” and it is fantastic. [via NOWNESS]
- New Five Dials.
- Total cinema.
- Indian Festival of Arts.
- Book with no back cover.
- Waiting for… you-kn0w-who.