Rojak: The sporting life.

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


Paul Auster and Coetzee exchange letters about watching sports. [via The New Yorker]

David Lynch remixes another Ultraísta song, and it’s accompanied by a video too. [via Nowness]

Review of The Men’s New Moon. [via Consequence of Sound]

Mikhail Shishkin pulls out of Book Expo America. [via The Guardian]

Not sure if I’ve posted this (I think I have!) but I guess a revisit wouldn’t hurt: On the design of the packaging for David Bowie’s The Next Day CD. [via Barnbrook Blog]

Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich debut an unreleased Radiohead track along with two Yorke songs in a two-hour BBC programme that also included stuff from the likes of Aphex Twin and Steve Reich. The link to the stream is through here: [via Consequence of Sound]

Fiction longlist for the 2013 Best Translated Book Award. [via Three Percent]

“Avant-Garde is a game where you play as an artist in 19th century Paris. Create paintings, meet artists like Monet, Picasso and Dali, participate in artistic movements such as impressionism and surrealism or even create your own movement.” [via Rock, Paper, Shotgun]


And this week:




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2 responses to “Rojak: The sporting life.

  1. That looks like a great creative cover for Bowie’s new album. And I had no idea of Lynch’s new remix. Must listen to that. Thanks.

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