Freedom as fuel: The work of Marijke Koger-Dunham

Posted on June 28th, 2012 by Bryan Crawford in Music In Culture, Sonos Studio

Marijke Koger-Dunham

Freedom fosters creativity. Creativity requires freedom. We’re not debating the loudness of a block party or the proliferation of graffiti as inalienable rights. We’re simply talking about the best kind of freedom: the kind that inspires. This Friday, June 29th, the Sonos Studio will host the first career retrospective of iconic 1960s psychedelic artist Marijke […]

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The making of the Sonos Studio

Posted on June 20th, 2012 by Sonos Staff in Music In Culture, Sonos Studio

Sonos Studio lounge

The gears are already in motion for the second cycle of the Sonos Studio, our acoustically-designed gallery that celebrates music listening. The space serves as the best place in Los Angeles to experience Sonos, with events designed to explore the intersection of music, art and technology through creative collaborations. Find out how it all came […]

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Center of Attention at the Sonos Studio

Posted on June 8th, 2012 by Sonos Staff in Music In Culture, Sonos Studio

Sonos Studio exhibit - Ralf Strathmann

To inaugurate the Sonos Studio with our first cycle of programming we went straight to the core of what this is all about: Listening. The events and exhibition “Center of Attention” by multimedia artist Luke Fischbeck are about sharing the experience of listening out loud. To that end, Luke created a giant musical instrument, playable […]

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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 […]

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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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