It Happened In Music: Famous auctions

Posted on July 14th, 2012 by Sonos Staff in It Happened In Music, Music In Culture

John Lennon Glasses

On July 14th, 2007, a pair of glasses worn by former Beatle John Lennon sparked a bidding war after being offered for sale online. The circular sunglasses were worn by Lennon during the Beatles 1966 tour of Japan, where the band played some of their last ever live dates. Anonymous rival bidders had pushed the […]


Tinkering with Sonos at Music Hack Day in Sydney

Posted on July 10th, 2012 by Sonos Staff in Events, Music On Sonos, Products

Music Hack Day Sydney

At Music Hack Day Sydney this past April, we made our API available to all independent developers at the event. The winner created a web app that allows users to control their Sonos players from a website with added enhancements such as social networking, album art and details about the artist. Get a closer look […]


Behind the lens with Kevin Cummins

Posted on July 9th, 2012 by Sonos Staff in Events, Music In Culture

The Stone Roses "splatter shot"

With some fans stepping off a plane just hours before the event, Madchester fanatics from far and wide descended on “Sonos presents…The Music, The Myths and The Mayhem.” The event served as a venue for legendary music photographer Kevin Cummins to share his anecdotes from an era that defined a generation: living large and playing […]


Rdio’s Super Bass playlist

Posted on July 5th, 2012 by Sonos Staff in Music On Sonos

Rdio Super Bass

Some songs are simply better at getting you to rattle, roll, and shake what your mama gave you. There’s no need to wait for the bass to drop–turn up these super tunes on your Sonos SUB with this Rdio playlist, or create your own vibrating Super Bass mix and get down. “Lay it Down” – […]


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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