Rojak is a regular collection of assorted links as well as a bulletin summarising the week (or thereabouts) on this blog.
Here is a slightly oversized edition of Rojak to make up for it. It’s been a busy weekend.
Magic Slim has died. [via Pitchfork]
Maurice Blanchot has been dead for 10 years. [via A Piece of Monologue]It’s the week of Atoms For Peace, so here you can catch a video of Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich performing some songs. [via Consequence of Sound]
Also, Thom Yorke on what he’s learnt. [via Esquire]
Semi-related: Ether Teeth remixes Radiohead’s “Lotus Flower”. [via I Guess I’m Floating]
Review of a Yannis Ritsos volume in English. [via The Guardian]
Here’s a new Jimi Hendrix song. [via Consequence of Sound]
Here is (randomly) a list that features books that rewrite history. [via Publishers Weekly] On a side note, this reminds me that I ought to get to The Arcades Project.
On the Lars Iyer novels, including the latest, Exodus. [via The Millions]
Puzzles to mark Lego’s 55th birthday. [via The Telegraph]
- So Atoms For Peace’s Amok started streaming this week.
- Here’s also a relevant interview.
- Derrida makes an appearance.
- Alvin Lustig.
- And an assortment of music news.