Pencils of Promise rocks out at the office

Posted on March 27th, 2012 by Sonos Staff in News


Our friends over at Pencils of Promise really know the value of music in the office. Don’t believe us? There’s a video below to prove it. We asked Team PoP to share some insight about their music-driven workplace–get all the details here. Anyone who walks into the doors of our office knows that music plays […]


MOG’s songs for worker bees

Posted on March 27th, 2012 by Sonos Staff in Music In Culture, Music On Sonos

MOG Worker Bees

For all the nine-to-fivers out there, music’s one of the things we need to keep going. When we’re tired, the day’s lagging, or we just can’t wait for the weekend, an upbeat tune – or a sympathetic lyricist – will always keep us on track. So here’s a list of some rad, head-clearing songs for […]


A Spotify playlist for your workweek

Posted on March 26th, 2012 by Sonos Staff in Music In Culture, Music On Sonos

While You Work

If you count yourself among the many who find music to be an integral part of your workday, there’s a good way to ensure you get your daily dose: playlists, and lots of them. Or you could just listen to one massive playlist that’s long enough to take you through the entire week. And if […]


Aretha Franklin, the singer and songwriter who Rolling Stone ranked at the top of its “100 Greatest Singers of All Time” list, celebrates her 70th birthday today. And if anyone deserves a little respect for her seventh decade on the planet, it’s the Queen of Soul! We thought the best way to honor the legendary […]


Tip: Android devices on SonosNet

Posted on March 22nd, 2012 by Sonos Staff in Sonos Stories, Tips & Tricks


With the release of Sonos Software 3.7, which brought a major update to our Controllers for Mac and PC, we also slipped in an Easter Egg feature for Android owners. Namely, you can now use Android devices on SonosNet, Sonos’ wireless network for the home. The functionality provides faster access to music and offers the […]

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