Sonos Soundwaves

Why Sonos Is Dialing Up Support for Music Education

Playing music has a powerful impact on young minds and lives. Sonos Soundwaves, our new social impact programme, aims to support music education at a time when it's needed most.

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Beastie Boys

An Inevitable Collaboration: Why Sonos and Beastie Boys Teamed Up to Make a New Play:5

The story behind our partnership with Beastie Boys—and the new limited edition Play:5 featuring artwork by Barry McGee--goes all the way back to the earliest days of Sonos.

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An Update on Bringing the Google Assistant to Sonos

The Sonos team has been hard at work with our partners at Google to bring you yet another easy way to control your Sonos system: the Google Assistant. Google’s remarkably smart voice assistant will let you do all kinds of things on Sonos; playing music with your voice is just the beginning of what’s possible.

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Sound and Colour: How Sonos and HAY Reimagined Sonos One in Five New Colours

Our collaboration with Danish furnishings brand HAY gives the Sonos One smart speaker the kind of enhancement you won’t find in a software update: Five new colours hand-selected from HAY’s 2018 palette.

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Chris Jenkins: How an Acclaimed Hollywood Sound Creator Listens at Home

Academy Award-winning film sound engineer Chris Jenkins spends his days crafting sonic landscapes for movies like Mad Max: Fury Road and The Fifth Element. The studio headphones may come off by the time he gets home, but the listening is just getting started.

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Behind the Scenes: How We Made the New Sonos Amp

Behind the Scenes: How We Made the New Sonos Amp

To create the most versatile and powerful amplifier possible, Sonos engineers and designers had to rethink just about everything, right down to the heatsink. But first, we had to listen.

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Red Bull Radio’s Vivian Host talks about Peak Time and her soundtrack to Berlin

Sonos is happy to welcome Red Bull Radio, one of over 80 integrated music services on the Sonos app. Celebrating Red Bull Music Academy’s 20th anniversary in Berlin (the city where it all started in 1998), Sonos recently teamed up with Red Bull Radio for 3 days of radio programming live from the Sonos Store Berlin.

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Sonic Architecture: How Sonos Amp Powers New Possibilities in Home Sound

When we think of sound as just another element in the design of physical spaces—like light, colour, or materials—a new range of experiential possibilities opens up. Soon, the all-new Sonos Amp will offer a new way to power the sound of those experiences.

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How Sonos and Nasdaq Partnered to Redesign the Sound of the Nasdaq Bell

Sonos is bringing our obsession with sound to the Nasdaq Stock Exchange through a unique creative collaboration.

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How Sonos Works With Creators to Fine-Tune the Home Sound Experience

Sonos uses a unique blend of science and art to ensure your favorite music, movies, and TV shows sound the way their creators intended.

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These Movies, TV Shows, and Songs Sound Amazing on Sonos Beam—We Know, We Tested Them

Setting up your new Sonos Beam? Here are some of the shows, movies, and music we used to fine-tune the sound of the smart, compact soundbar. Go ahead and give them a listen.

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AirPlay 2 is Here: 5 Things Your Sonos System Can Do Now

The arrival of AirPlay 2 on Sonos opens your home sound system up to a whole new world of listening possibilities – and way more.

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Sonos Beam is the Smart, Compact Soundbar for Your TV (and Everything Else)

Our new smart speaker packs room-filling sound, voice control, new features, and access to more content than ever into a surprisingly compact size.

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How Sonos and IKEA Plan to Furnish Homes Through Sound And Design

During this year’s Democratic Design Days event, IKEA unveiled early prototypes of SYMFONISK, our upcoming collaboration aimed at coordinating sound and design in the home. Here’s what inspired the project and how we hope to enhance listening and life, at home.

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Can House Music Help Disrupt Mass Incarceration?

It might sound far-fetched, but this is what Bring Down the Walls, a month-long project by led New York arts nonprofit Creative Time, aims to do. One part social justice workshop, one part dance club, and one part concept album, the initiative takes a hard look at criminal justice issues through the lens of house music.

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Artists at Play: In the Studio With 44flavours

For Sebastian Bagge and Julio Rölle--better known as as the Berlin-based art duo 44 Flavours--creativity begins and ends with fun.

Eclectic, idiosyncratic, chaotic yet skillfully composed and playful. These words are more typically used by music critics for album reviews, but they’re just as well suited to the oeuvre of 44flavours, the Berlin-based art duo/mixed-media collective comprised of Sebastian Bagge and Julio Rölle.

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The Royal Wedding Playlist: Which Songs Will Make The Cut?

In the last six months leading up to the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, tabloids and social media have buzzed with speculation about every matrimonial detail. What flowers will they choose? Which tiara will she wear? Will the cake really be banana flavored? Who will design the dress? Where will they honeymoon? All pressing questions, surely, but we’re mostly concerned with one detail: the music.

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Mette Hay on Designing A Sense of Home With Sound And Colour

When Mette and Rolf Hay first visited their summer home on the Danish coast, it was love at first sight. Today, the co-founders of trailblazing design brand HAY (producers of a wide range of products like stationery, storage, tableware, and textiles) come here for cosy holidays with family and weekends of creative inspiration.

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Inside David Bowie’s Berlin: How The City Transformed His Music

On April 12, 2018, Tony Visconti, Alison Goldfrapp, Gudrun Gut and Michael Rother gathered to celebrate the grand opening of our Berlin store, share their memories of David Bowie’s famed Berlin Trilogy and revisit its reverberating impact on the city’s cultural landscape.

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In The Studio With Gonzo Illustrator Ralph Steadman

Ralph Steadman is the anarchic artist behind some of the most memorable illustrations of the 20th century and beyond. He’s also drawn to music: Besides honing his amateur trumpet skills, Steadman has produced his own record and has designed numerous original album covers. A selection of Steadman’s work is now on display in “Gonzo Notes,” in the Sonos stores in London and New York.

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An Update on Speaker Support For AirPlay 2

Last October we shared that we would be bringing Apple AirPlay 2 to Sonos. With AirPlay 2 you can play any sound from an iPhone or iPad, or Mac computer – including YouTube videos and Netflix movies – on Sonos speakers throughout the house. You will also be able to ask any Siri-enabled device to control Apple Music on Sonos speakers.

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When Did Smart Homes Get Dumb?

I have to admit, I never thought my house was dull or bland to begin with. It has everything I love inside: from my husband and child, to my clever dog (seriously she’s great) to my favourite music on demand and instant access to some of the most incredible cultural moments happening anywhere. If you step back and think about it, it’s kind of amazing.

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We’re Updating the Sonos Privacy Statement

We’ve recently added some further detail and simplified the language in our Privacy Statement, making it easier for you to understand what data we collect, how we use it and your rights to manage that information.

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How We’re Celebrating Record Store Day 2018

This Saturday we’ll join millions of people around the world in celebrating Record Store Day. Even as the explosion of streaming supercharges the music industry and changes how we listen, we need these physical hubs of cultural discovery more than ever. Here’s how we’re marking the occasion.

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How to Listen to Vinyl with Sonos

With vinyl stronger than ever, we’ve made it simple to hook up your turntable to your Sonos system and listen out loud to all the records you love.

Once connected, you can enjoy the best of all worlds. Whether spinning or streaming, you can listen to all your music, all in one place, and fill your home with sound.

Here’s how…

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The HAY Sonos One Explores Colour And Sound Through A Unique Collaboration

Our new partnership with HAY reimagines Sonos One with the Danish brand’s contemporary approach to colour, exploring the relationship between sound and design in the home.

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Creator Homes – Andrew Bird & Katherine Tsina

Musician Andrew Bird and designer Katherine Tsina are NY transplants who have fallen in love with their newfound L.A. lifestyle. Bird is an acclaimed singer, songwriter, and violinist, and Katherine Tsina is designer of custom clothier Avion. They live and work in a sprawling 1920s Spanish-style home in Los Feliz with their young son.

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Why We’re Pulling Our Ads from Big Tech Platforms Next Week

We are concerned by the recent revelations about Facebook and the exploitation of its platform. The Cambridge Analytica scandal, like many recent headlines coming out of Silicon Valley, raises questions about whether Big Tech is doing enough to balance its own interests with one of its biggest responsibilities: Safeguarding your privacy.

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An interview with Ben Eine

We caught up with one of the art world’s more expressive characters, internationally renowned master of type Ben Eine, at his train side London studio and converted vinegar factory loft talking about creativity, what Listen Better means to him and how music influences his art and life. As a letter and wordsmith, there’s no mistaking Eine’s hand, with his alphabets recognised on streets and canvases the world over.

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Celebrating International Women’s Day

I’ll never forget the night I decided I was finished with the music industry. I’d spent the better part of the 90s in a band, singing and playing bass in clubs across the country. I also managed the business side of things, making sure we got paid and even brokering a record deal with a label.

By 1999, I’d lost count of all the venues we’d played and all the cocky sound guys who felt compelled to "mansplain" my amp to me during sound checks... I was tired. Tired of being talked down to. Tired of fighting for the money I earned. Tired of trying to make my voice heard whenever I was on stage (thanks again, sound guy), as well as when I was off.

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Sound Baths: Sara Auster on the Healing Power of Deep Listening

Sara Auster wants you to relax. As our lives fill up with the noise of digital notifications and attention-sucking screens, the New York-based musician and sound therapist wants to help others unplug, pause, and live more mindfully. But rather than using her own words to guide you through a meditation as you might expect, she uses sound.

It’s called a sound bath. Using crystal singing bowls and other unconventional musical instruments, Auster crafts her own room-filling, atonal soundscapes that are designed to immerse the listener and ease the mind. Through deep listening, she believes, we can rise above the mental fatigue of daily life and learn to focus again.

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Celebrate Music Freedom By Supporting These Censored Musicians

What would the world be like without music? For the past decade, Freemuse – a leading free expression organisation based in Denmark – has been asking that provocative question of music lovers. Music Freedom Day (3rd March) aims to raise awareness about censorship and to celebrate the courageous musicians practising their art in the face of adversity.

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Karen Kimmel & James Bond

Creator Homes – Karen Kimmel & James Bond

Karen Kimmel and James Bond are a couple of creative powerhouses. Kimmel is a multi-disciplinary artist who also consults for a slew of major brands, while Bond is the founder of cult streetwear line Undefeated. They share their mid-century abode in Los Feliz with their two children and a veritable gallery of contemporary art.

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The Making of Sonos One, the Smarter Speaker

When Sonos decided to build a voice-controlled speaker, it was a strategic shift as much as it was a new product. Not only did our team face the challenge of creating a voice-enabled speaker for a multi-room sound system, something no one had done previously, we were now also going head to head with some of the biggest technology companies in the world. Thankfully, Sonos has been focused on reinventing home audio for over 15 years.

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Alex Valdman Stays in Motion with Music

Creative director at cycling mainstay Rapha, Alex Valdman leads a team tasked with discovering and developing products that respond to a cyclist's holistic needs. While at his historic London home, he uses music and sound to communicate with his young daughter.

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What would the world look like without music? An interview with Freemuse

Freemuse is one of the foremost organisations dedicated to tracking threats against musicians and artists worldwide. Based in Copenhagen, Denmark, Freemuse advocates for musicians at a number of levels, from highlighting attacks on individual artists to pressuring governments at the United Nations to protect them.

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Music Video Director Jason Koenig at Home

Jason Koenig has been busy directing music videos for Ed Sheeran, and his friends Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, for which he’s received a Grammy nod and several VMAs. Koenig lives in a quaint craftsman house in his hometown of Seattle with his wife, Jenny, and cat, Oliver.

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Effortless style: Why Amber Lewis believes in keeping it simple

Amber Lewis crams a lot into her life. Running a hugely successful interior design business, designing her own line of homeware and commanding a social media following of millions.

At home in Calabasas, California, with her musician husband Mike, daughter Gwyneth (Gwynie for short) and a host of rescue animals , Amber's happiness lies within life's simple pleasures. She loves nothing more than curling up on the sofa, listening to music and watching Gwyneth dance round the backyard to her favourite songs. "She's got some darn good taste for a seven-year-old," she laughs.

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Listen Better: An Open Letter from Patrick Spence

Music is at the heart of our mission at Sonos.  But in today’s world, music faces mounting threats. Too many artists face barriers to free expression and others can be jailed or even killed for merely sharing their songs over the internet. Communities lack space and resources to ensure all musicians can be heard. We’re failing to foster a new generation of music lovers prepared for success in the modern economy. Music, along with film, suffers from many violations to artistic freedom. Our failure to protect music is a failure to protect the basic liberties of all people.

That’s why we’re committing to work actively to promote and protect the future of music—using our business to support those confronting threats to music, whether targeted at artists or a symptom of broader injustices affecting all disempowered communities, and helping to make music a central part of life for everyone.

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Welcome to the Sonic Internet

Today, we’re ready to once again change the way that people listen. And we’re going to do that by creating a device that will listen. We’re proud to introduce Sonos One. Sonos One is the smart speaker for music lovers. It lets you control your speakers with just the sound of your voice. It makes it easier than ever to fill your home with the music and entertainment that you love.

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The Sonos App Remastered

Life has enough compromise, and we want to keep it out of the listening experience. So when we began redesigning the Sonos app, we thought about how we could combine all the choice and variety you get from streaming with the ease and simplicity of combing through your personal record collection.

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Alexa, meet Sonos

What’s the easiest way to fill your home with music? Just ask Alexa. 

We’re partnering with Amazon to bring the Alexa voice assistant to Sonos speakers in homes around the world. Starting today in public beta in the US, UK, and Germany, you can now connect your speakers wirelessly to an Amazon Echo or Echo Dot and control the music around your home – simply by speaking.

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Here’s what you need to know about our new privacy statement.

Next week, we are going to introduce some important updates to our privacy statement. Sonos users and anyone who visits our website will be requested to acknowledge this new policy when we update our software and systems in the next coming days. The new privacy statement covers what information we collect, how we use it, and the choices you can make about this.

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Hate photos. Love Vicky Grout.

One prevailing theme throughout Vicky Grout's photos is capturing off-guard moments. On surface-level, grime exhibits hype, often violent storytelling, and guarded mistrust of glossy London, but the genre itself has distinct humour, self-awareness, warmth, and self-deprecation. Vicky manages to catch all of it in her images, humanising grime in ways that most media outlets tend to ignore.

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Food, Folk and Fatherhood with My Morning Jacket’s Patrick Hallahan

The kitchen of the Hallahans’ beautiful home in the Cherokee Gardens section of Louisville gets a lot of morning light. This is both by physical and by social design. In this room Patrick — a big teddy-bear of a man who rose to prominence as the drummer of My Morning Jacket, and whose new local culinary venture, Butchertown Grocery, has been hailed as one of America’s best new restaurants —creates sprawling meals for, and with, his family.

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Giles Martin remixes ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ for how we listen today

In June 1967, The Beatles released ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ and nothing in music was quite the same again. At their creative peak the band created a counter-culture revolution across the globe, influencing everyone from Pink Floyd to Dr Dre to Frank Ocean. Fifty years on, the album’s been remixed for modern ears by Giles Martin – Sound Experience Leader at Sonos and son of George Martin, who produced the original recordings.

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Murdoc Niccals Takes Us Inside Gorillaz Spirit House & Beyond

We recently created an immersive audio and visual experience with Gorillaz called the Spirit House to celebrate the launch of their new album, Humanz and the launch of our new Playbase. We had the opportunity to sit down with Murdoc and talk Spirit House inspiration, listening out loud, and movie soundtracks.

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Reimagining the future of fashion with music and technology

Our visit to Borre Akkersdijk’s home marks the continuation of our special collaboration between Sonos and Freunde von Freunden. Borre Akkersdijk heads up the studio of his namesake brand Byborre in Amsterdam West, producing textiles that push the boundaries of wearable technology.

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“Furniture Pimp” Jim Walrod talks music waking up his home

At Sonos, we’re on a mission. We want people to switch off from work, stow away their laptops and celebrate the joy of listening out loud. It’s what we call 'waking up the silent home’ – and designer Jim Walrod is all for it.

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The Next Generation of Sonos Leadership

As the founder and CEO of Sonos, I am always trying to find leaders who are capable of taking Sonos to the next level. Part of that means assessing my own role. With Sonos now poised for a new phase of growth, I am excited to pass the role of Chief Executive Officer to a well-prepared Patrick Spence. Patrick demonstrated his leadership most recently with Sonos’ success during the holiday period, but more importantly, there isn't a person who better embodies Sonos’ values and culture.

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FEATURED PLAYLIST: Chef’s Top Choices

Along with creating what might have been the world’s most epic potluck dinner, we asked the top chefs in our Mind of a Chef Music Special to put together their ideal dinner party playlist. Just like their cooking, each one is a perfect reflection of the individual chef’s background, taste and personality. Read on to hear their selections and get inspired to create a Playlist Potluck of your own.

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Sonos & Spotify bring music to the table with Playlist Potluck

Music, food and drink bring us together in a new tradition of friendship celebrations that are as important to us as family gatherings.

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SONOS x KBH: Furniture with Sound Design

Are you sitting comfortably? Chances are you aren’t sitting at all. Technology’s changed the way we read, the way we live and – of course – the way we listen. But it also has a habit of taking center stage at home when we’d really rather spend time doing what matters. Enjoying the music. From removing the need for that RCA jungle to designing sub woofers that don’t need hiding out of view, we’re on a bit of a quest to help us all listen better and live a simpler, less cluttered life.

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The New Sonos Sub: A Vision In White

Soul-shaking sound. Heart-pounding design. One-button setup. Just a few of the qualities that made the Sonos Sub such a welcome addition to the homes of music and home cinema lovers the world over.

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Mark Chamberlain: Home Glamour Revolutionary

Over the past decade there’s been a quiet revolution in the way people decorate their homes, as conservative tastes handed down from mid-century modernism have given way to an explosion of vibrant colors, patterns and textures. Mark Chamberlain has had a front row perspective on the whole thing, not only as an in-demand designer and painter specializing in vividly patterned floors and walls, but as a blogger who – for eight years – maintained a column on Apartment Therapy where he urged homeowners to take more risks with the way they treat their spaces.

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At Home With: DELS

We recently wrapped up London Design Festival at Sonos Studio, an event schedule packed with our friends from the creative world including Hole & Corner, It’s Nice That, PATTERNITY and MUBI.

Amongst those friends was rapper / art director Kieren Gallear AKA DELS, who spoke at our ‘Listening By Design’ event hosted by It’s Nice That. In his talk, he took us on a sonic journey through the listening habits of his day and discussed how the music inspires his creative output.

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Sonic Artifacts from the Underground

The cassette always had the hottest, most excited sound for my ears.

I love physicality in music production – the vibrating speaker in an amp-powered cabinet, bass throbbing and guitar shredding. Record player tonearms licking through the vinyl grooves of tiny, hilly mounds and valleys. The electromagnetic impulse feed flashing through the stylus and cartridge and coming manifest through the cosmos of soul static stereo speakers.

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Why Are You OK

Back in the day in Irmo SC, my dad would throw “stereo nights” for us little runts.

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BLOOD & MUSIC

Maybe it’s because of Father’s Day. Or maybe it’s this new Band of Horses track I’ve been listening to on constant repeat.

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Create Your #HomeStadium for the Summer of Sport

Soak up every moment this summer with the people you really care about in your own #homestadium.

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Sleep Tight with Sonos

If you have a Sonos in your bedroom, consider trying these tips and tricks to get the most out of your bedroom time.

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Designer Genevieve Gorder on Music and Family

Genevieve Gorder's holy trinity is pretty perfect: Design, Music and Family.

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Let’s Build a Home

Your wall hangings and throw rugs and light fixtures come together to create a design for your new space, but it's the music that makes it home.

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Music Makes it Home, Revisited

It's been two months since the Music Makes it Home experiment ended, and music has officially moved into the Segal home.

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It’s Prime Time in the UK and Germany

As of today, Amazon's Prime Music service is available within the Sonos app in the UK and Germany.

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The Evolution of China’s Streaming Revolution

With over 300 million active monthly users, China has by far the largest active music streaming market in the world -- and has undergone a massive shift.

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London’s Secret 7″ Comes to Sonos Studio

Having established itself over five years as one of the key moments in the London art/music calendar, Secret 7” is now in residence at Sonos Studio for 2016.

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Inside Innovation Hack Week

At Sonos, innovation is about encouraging a curious and creative environment.

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Six Ways to Hack Your Sound on Sonos

There is plenty you can do with your Sonos beyond simply playing music room-to-room. The only thing required is a little know-how.

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Navigating an Industry In Transition, Investing in the Future of Music

As we look to the future there are two big areas that we’re leaning into: paid streaming services, and voice control.

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Listening Out Loud with Zane Lowe and Beats 1

We caught up with Zane Lowe at Sonos Studio for the final St. Vincent’s Mixtape Delivery Service show.

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Can Music Out Loud Change the Way You Live?

We surveyed 30,000 people across the world, and also went into 30 homes in eight different countries, in order to see, hear and track what happens when people don’t listen to music -- and what changes when they do.

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Wolvesmouth Pushes Food and Sound to the Limit

What do painting, snowboarding and really loud music have to do with the culinary arts? We'll let Wolvesmouth's chef Craig Thornton explain.

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David Bowie and Me: Sonos Staff Memories

With the passing of David Bowie, many Sonos staffers, from the CMO in Boston to product teams around the globe, share fond memories about the music legend's impact on their lives.

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Wild and Weird: Remembering Lemmy and Bowie

David Bowie died two short weeks after Lemmy Kilmister. From my perspective, it should have been a day of national mourning.

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#ListenMore in 2016 Challenge: Are You Up For It?

New year, new ways to listen. #ListenMore.

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The Beatles Come Home for the Holidays

This Christmas Eve, George, Paul, John and Ringo’s entire catalog is finally here, there and everywhere.

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Updated Rhapsody Beta Now on Sonos

The new Rhapsody beta is ready for you to test on Sonos -- and it’s pretty awesome.

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Holiday Cooking, With Music As Your Timer

Whether you’re hosting a big party, baking holiday treats or just bringing a side dish somewhere, fueling the kitchen with music is key ... So we brought music and kitchen prep together for you.

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‘Serial’ Is Back, and Is Now on Sonos

There’s a new season of Serial upon us … and Sarah Koenig’s calming voice can now fill your home through your Sonos speakers.

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Sonos Welcomes Apple Music to the Family

The wait is over. We are excited to tell you that the beta of Apple Music on Sonos will be available December 15th.

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The New Play:5: Designing the Future Through Collaboration

Sonos Studio illustrates the collaborative approach between design and engineering teams that led to our new flagship smart speaker.

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Trueplay Speaker Tuning Is Here

We’d like you to meet Trueplay – simple speaker tuning is now available for all Sonos Play:1. Play:3, and Play:5 smart speakers via a free update.

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Our New Play:5 Makes Oprah’s List

She’s making a list, checking it twice.

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Come Together

Somewhere over the past decade or so, we got so enamored with music’s portability that we somehow lost our connection to listening to it out loud back home.

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Behind the New Play:5 With Giles Martin

Science and art come together to bring the true sound of the recording studio into your home.

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Get Ready for Prime Time

We believe technology should promise convenience, which is why we’re excited to work with Amazon to bring Prime Music to Sonos.

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Sonos and Spotify: Better, Stronger

Sonos and Spotify have long partnered to let you enjoy the music you want in your home, so we are making some significant upgrades to ensure that you'll enjoy Spotify even more.

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Welcome to the Next Great Era for Listening

Sonos Chief Product Officer Marc Whitten shares his perspective on the changing landscape of home audio with the introduction of our newest inventions.

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Sonos Studio London is Here!

Enjoy music as it should sound at our new home in London.

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Welcome to the New Sonos Community

Since 2005 our online communities have been home to everyone from those looking to dip their toes in the world of Sonos for the first time to our most hardcore fans.

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HD x HiFi

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Sounds Of NYC

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Born in Blue

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Now streaming music in one million rooms

Elvis did it. The Eagles did it. And now Sonos has, too. We've gone Platinum - a million rooms of Sonos music around the world!

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Introducing the Play:3

It's here: Sonos unveils the Play:3, a sleek and small all-in-one player that streams all the music on earth.

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