Anniversaries Pannonica by Alex Balk December 10, 2013 Today being the centenary of jazz patron Kathleen Annie Pannonica de Koenigswarter‘s birth, let’s listen to one of the Thelonious Monk songs she inspired. And if you are so inclined, here are some other songs she inspired. facebook twitter google+ pinterest email The "quiet" one. Read more by Alex Balk on The Awl How Long Can You Stay Sad For?Chromatics, "I Can Never Be Myself When You're Around"You Are Feeling SleepyNow That The Ultimate Internet Comment Has Been Made No One Should Ever Comment AgainTanlines, "Slipping Away" Jazz Pannonica de Koenigswarter Thelonious Monk Listicle Without Commentary Washington D.C., Ranked Culture (and TV) Chromatics, "I Can Never Be Myself When You’re Around" silence The Right to Disassembly Things We Love Seriously why have you not watched the new season of 'High Maintenance' yet? surreal estate The Property Manager Who Knows Every Tenant Culture (and TV) Tanlines, "Slipping Away" text crimes The Near Future of Word Torture inherent vich9haskjgha08g Does Vice Float?