Running Music

by Thomas Brett Editorial…when we talk about runningThe motive of walking has a long and varied history in literature, from Virginia Woolf’s essay “Street Haunting” […]

A Reading List for the End of Summer

This endless summer, The Eaves has turned 2! On August 18, 2016, we went online with a text on Emily Dickinson. As a little present to ourselves and to […]

Listening Futures

by Amina Abbas-Nazari Editorial Happy World Listening Day! World Listening Day is celebrated annually on July 18, the birthday of R. Murray Schafer (Happy Birthday, Raymond!). This […]

Acoustic Territories in Mrs Dalloway

Sound as an Epistemic Resource in Literary Studies In people’s eyes, in the swing, tramp, and trudge; in the bellow and the uproar; the carriages, […]

Sonic Walk 2017

by Ina Čiumakova Sonic Walk As I continue walking on the beach, my breath constantly being taken away by the sudden gusts of wind, I follow […]

Velocità limite

by Paolo Pastorino This work is triggered by a consideration of the speed and amount of information which we are exposed to in each moment […]

Where Speech Meets Sound

by Amina Abbas-Nazari Editorial ‘Oh, they hae slain the Earl Amurray and Lady Mondegreen’ In 1954, Sylvia Wright wrote an article for Harper’s Magazine, entitled The Death of […]

A Reading List for Christmas

It’s coming on Christmas, they’re cutting down treesThey’re putting up reindeer, singing songs of joy and peaceOh, I wish I had a river I could […]

Composition as Exploration

Composition as Exploration from Diana Chester on Vimeo. (Re)composition as Explanation Heidi Stalla The only thing that is different from one time to another is […]