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 […]

Headphone Music

by Thomas Brett Editorial On Headphones My headphonesThey saved my life, Björk writes in her eulogy on “Headphones” from her 1995 album Post. Even if you […]

Straight as a Shot

Listening to Patricia Highsmith’s Strangers on a Train This post to The Eaves is a close reading of the pivotal scene of Patricia Highsmith’s 1950 debut […]

Study for Underwater and Language

by Florian T M Zeisig Editorial Notes from Underwater With this post, The Eaves get submerged. The featured piece is a notational experiment that explores what happens […]

A Valentine

What is proposed, then, is a portrait—but not a psychological portrait; instead, a structural one which offers the reader a discursive site: the site of […]

On Song and Writing

True life in haikuand meaning shown to youand balances of phrase out of the blue –Feist Editorial Is it literature? To wrap up the year that […]

Virginia Woolf, Noise, and Modernism

“But the noise!” she said. “The noise!”“The sign of a successful party.” Nodding urbanely, the Professor stepped delicately off. –from Mrs Dalloway Virginia Woolf may […]


by Michael Tuttle Editorial The sound and the score – it’s complicated! The most obvious relationship between sound and writing manifests in the score. But […]