With the passing of David Bowie, many Sonos staffers, from the CMO in Boston to product teams around the globe, share fond memories about the music legend’s impact on their lives.
David Bowie died two short weeks after Lemmy Kilmister. From my perspective, it should have been a day of national mourning.
Calling all jazz lovers: Next Thursday you will be able to place an order on Sonos.com for our first limited edition speaker. The Blue Note PLAY:1 features a custom design and music experience inspired by more than 75 years of the finest in jazz and an iconic record label that continues to inspire modern music. If […]
What’s the point of flawless sound if you can’t easily access all the music you love, or all the music that’s still waiting to be discovered? Steve Jones of The Sex Pistols and musician/producer Carlos Niño explore the depths of their musical knowledge on Sonos by picking songs based off where a dart lands on […]
Vinyl Record Day (not to be confused with Record Store Day, April 20th) is upon us and what a better way to celebrate than with a loving reminder that your turntable and heirloom LPs can live quite happily with your Sonos system, as these users can attest: [Follow #VinylOnSonos on Instagram to see other great […]
Following the success of These New Puritans’ 2013 album Field Of Reeds, Sonos was recently invited to support the British band and their audio visual exhibition, Magnetic Field, hosted at a central London location to coincide with the band’s UK tour. On the album, a ground-breaking new instrument known as the Magnetic Resonator Piano – […]
The four fellas from the post-punk outfit Drowners are seated on the horsehair couch in the Listening Room at the Sonos Studio. They’ve just recorded their Sirius XM (somewhat) acoustic session, and Matt points to the TV in front of them which is playing The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. “My great grandfather had […]
The ladies of Los Angeles-based indie rock group Warpaint came by our LA studio to record their SiriusXM acoustic session and chat with us about their music, their process, and their lives on and off the road. BC: Your sound has changed so much from The Fool to the most recent album (Warpaint), what’s inspired […]
Bombay Bicycle Club came by the Studio in LA to record an acoustic set for SiriusXM. We caught up with Ed and Suren in the Studio Listening Room afterward about how their sound has changed throughout the years, and what influenced them along their journey. NG: So you guys are on the road constantly. What’s […]
The film “Trains of Thoughts” by Timo Novotny is an audio-visual essay that compares and reflects upon the different subway systems around the world. Subway systems and the ground they run through are fascinating: the structure, sounds, people and experiences that all take place under ground, daily. We talked to Timo, director and writer, to […]
The world’s biggest DJ’s, producers, fans and a whole host of industry experts descend on Amsterdam for Amsterdam Dance Event, (ADE) a five-day festival and conference that spans the breadth of the global dance music scene. SONOS Studio will be opening its doors in partnership with the ADE for an exclusive three-day programme of art, […]
The Sonos Studio began in spring of 2012 as an acoustically designed space that celebrates listening, and has since been the home for dozens of creative collaborations that explore the intersection of music, art and technology. From Deadmau5 and Janelle Monae to Beck, Jimmy Cliff, Alanis Morissette, Pretty Lights and so many more, we’ve hosted […]