At Home with Justin Boreta of The Glitch Mob

Posted on February 19th, 2014 by Sonos Staff in News, Sonos at Home, Sonos Stories

You’ve probably heard us say we want to fill your home with music, but what does that look like? And what does it sound like?

We’re launching the Sonos at Home series to answer those very questions. We get that sometimes it’s inspiring to simply see what people are doing with their Sonos systems: how they’ve setup certain rooms, how it’s changed their listening habits, and how it’s making listening to music throughout their home easier, and more enjoyable.

We’re thrilled to kick off this series with Justin Boreta of The Glitch Mob. Watch the film below as Boreta shares how Sonos has changed the way he listens to music. Take a tour of his LA home, and sit with him in his living room as he tests his Sonos SUB using Can’t Kill Us, from their newest record Love Death Immortality.

Let us know what you think of the video or share a link to your own Sonos at Home video in the comments below. And stay tuned as we share more stories from friends whose Sonos experience exemplifies what we’re here to do: fill your home with music.

Posted on February 19th, 2014 by Sonos Staff in News, Sonos at Home, Sonos Stories

  • Heydar Aliyev

    This product needs a serious effort by SONOS developers to improve the front-end experience. The iphone app for these speakers is in SERIOUS need of a reboot. Also, SONOS how long can you ignore the call of your customers for a web interface?

  • Fredrik Clementz

    Here’s how it works at my place. I come home from work and start my Squeezebox that starts playing music in my living room from my modern cellphone (Lumia 920). In order to start the Sonos system in the kitchen + toilet, I have to physically go to my officeroom and start the computer to be able to start playing something.

    Changing volume in my living room is a bliss with my modern cellphone, yet if I wanna do it for my Sonos units I have to walk to my office, or walk to the speaker to physically change it on the speaker.

    So it could be real sweet, but Sonos seems to only develop to historical platforms such as Symbian, iOS and Android and not to modern platforms….

  • Camille Zaba

    I love Sonos and Glitch Mob both… cool to hear producers known to push subs enjoying them and using Sonos tools to develop their sounds!