A Hurricane Katrina podcast and the persistent issues of racism in America
Craig Eley
In July, I took an online class on “Deconstructing the Audio Documentary,” taught by Dennis Funk. It was, in a word, wonderful, and it scratched three …
Craig Eley
Introducing Human PoweredListen now (3 min) | Introducing Human Powered Today I’m excited to announce the launch of Human Powered, a six-episode podcast miniseries that introdu…
Craig Eley
Music to listen to and possibly purchase
Craig Eley
Work in Progress: Viral MusicListen now (4 min) | Earlier in the quarantine, I had a chance to talk to three really interesting music scholars on the relationship between music and…
Craig Eley
Thoughts on World Listening Day 2020
Craig Eley
New work: "Jazz Migrations" on To the Best of Our KnowledgeListen now (51 min) | The story of jazz is a story of migrations: the transatlantic slave trade, the Great Migration, the exile of South African musici…
Craig Eley
South African jazz, Chicago ambient, and experimental art music
Craig Eley
COVID-19 soundscapes are being recorded and saved. But what do they tell us?
Craig Eley
Celebrating the work of three women audio makers who taught me how to listen
Craig Eley
Social distancing is hard. Here are some sounds that might help.
Craig Eley
Discussion: Episode 1, "Vibrational Patterns"“Vibrational Patterns” is a story about acoustics, violinmaking, gender, and how we make sense of violins—all told through the story of Carleen …
Craig Eley