Joining in on Cool Hunting’s takeover of the Standard Hotel, East Village, we have transformed and tuned the Sonos Listening Library as part of the annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) and Noho Design Week. The intersection between the interior of the room and the sound you explore as you move through the space challenges […]


Surfing in the Sonos Studio

Posted on May 17th, 2012 by Sonos Staff in Music In Culture, Sonos Studio


Last night, the Sonos Studio hosted a preview screening  of the short film series “Frequencies” directed by Bruce Muller. It featured surf icon Kassia Meador filmed riding at some of Southern California’s top surf destinations by acclaimed cinematographer Sonny Miller.  The standing room only crowd was further treated to a unique experience as acclaimed trio E.S.P. […]


It Happened In Music: The baddest soul show ever

Posted on May 16th, 2012 by Sonos Staff in News

Al Green

On this day in 1972, some of soul’s best acts—Al Green, Etta James, Joe Simon with J.J. Malone, Little Denise, Harvey Mandel, and Paul Lagos–came together to put on one of the most remarkable soul shows of that year. To help relive the live show played at the Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California 40 years […]

PLAY:3 by Questlove

Note: This contest has closed. Over the weekend, we celebrated the launch of the Sonos Studio with an Opening Party featuring the music of Bleached and a DJ set from Questlove. While Quest was hanging in the green room, he was nice enough to illustrate and sign a PLAY:3 for one lucky fan. The winner […]

Jimmy Cliff at Sonos Studio

It’s 5:47pm on Wednesday and the Sonos Studio is beginning to fill up. The din of an Ornette Coleman record and everyone enjoying themselves creeps under the door and seeps through the walls of the Listening Room. There, lounging with legs crossed on a cowhide couch, Jimmy Cliff is telling a story about his childhood. […]

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