Rojak: The moment you know you know you know.

Rojak is a regular collection of assorted links as well as a bulletin summarising the week (or thereabouts) on this blog.


If you haven’t heard the new David Bowie single already, go do so now. [via Vimeo]

Relevant: on the album art of The Next Day. [via Barnbrook Blog]

On Monet. [via The New Yorker]

I enjoyed this chat between Conan O’Brien and Jack White. [via Pitchfork]

Vertigo has something on Enrique Vila-Matas’s Dublinesque. [via Vertigo]

Three articles on Michael Haneke’s Amour: Over at the New Yorker, Teju Cole; Francine Prose at NYRB, ; and the one I liked best, Malcolm Harris at the New Inquiry.

Also, Christopher Benfey on Django Unchained. [via NYRB]

Robert Musil enters the public domain. [via The Millions]

Consequence of Sound on Yo La Tengo’s discography. [via Consequence of Sound]

“What can I do about my terrible memory? What goes on between the eyes reading the notes on the page and the fingers moving across the keys? Who can explain it all to me?” Amateur pianist learns difficult Chopin. [via The Guardian]

Something by Zadie Smith. [via The New Yorker]


This past week:


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  1. Yes, I second the encouragement to hear the new Bowie single.

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