Tag Archives: listening

Harkive 2016 – The Final Countdown – 2 days to go!

            On Tuesday 19th July Harkive will return for its fourth year to once again collect stories online from people about the detail of their music listening experience. The project asks people to tell the tale of How, Where and Why they listen … Continue reading

Harkive 2016 – The Final Countdown – 4 days to go!

            On Tuesday 19th July Harkive will return for its fourth year to once again collect stories online from people about the detail of their music listening experience. The project asks people to tell the tale of How, Where and Why they listen … Continue reading

Harkive 2016 – The Final Countdown – 5 days to go!

            On Tuesday 19th July Harkive will return for its fourth year to once again collect stories online from people about the detail of their music listening experience. The project asks people to tell the tale of How, Where and Why they listen … Continue reading

Harkive 2016 – The Final Countdown – 7 days to go!

            On Tuesday 19th July Harkive will return for its fourth year to once again collect stories online from people about the detail of their music listening experience. The project asks people to tell the tale of How, Where and Why they listen … Continue reading

Harkive 2016 – The Final Countdown – 8 days to go!

            On Tuesday 19th July Harkive will return for its fourth year to once again collect stories online from people about the detail of their music listening experience. The project asks people to tell the tale of How, Where and Why they listen … Continue reading

Introducing ‘The Harkive Podcast’ – Episode 1 now available

Over the last few months we’ve recorded a series of interviews with people who do interesting things with their music listening, either as fans or as part of their job. These interviews are being turned into podcasts, and the first … Continue reading

5 Reasons Why You Should Tell Your Music Listening Story To Harkive 2015

On 21st July 2015 Harkive will once again be collecting stories from music fans around the world. The aim is to capture for posterity a global snapshot of the way in which we interact with the sounds and technology of … Continue reading