Union LA and Sonos: Seeking Reflection in Art, Design, and Technology

Sonos’s collaboration with streetwear brand Union LA on a limited edition Sonos One SL features Harlem Toile, a print included in the permanent collection of the Cooper Hewitt. Designer Sheila Bridges created it when she discovered that—even after several centuries—there was no version of the pattern that reflected her life experience.

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Soundtracking Sonos: Behind the Scenes with Our Head of Music

As Sonos’s Global Head of Music, Brian Beck meticulously unearths the ideal song or artist for our ads, events, curated playlists, and more. Find out how Brian stays plugged in to the latest music—as well as his three tips for creating great playlists.

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4 Ways to Haunt Your House with Sound

With Halloween approaching at a gallop, discover a few ways to heighten the fright-factor at your next Halloween party or haunted house using Move and the rest of your Sonos system.

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The Making of Move:
How We Made Our New
Portable Speaker Ready
for the Outdoors

Meet Sonos Mechanical Engineer Camille Zaba, one of the engineers who helped design and test Sonos Move, and see the rigorous testing process her team put the speaker through to ensure its durability for life outside the lab.

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Bright Ideas: How Sonos and IKEA Made Furniture with Brilliant Sound

With SYMFONISK WiFi speakers, Sonos and IKEA challenged themselves to find new ways of bringing sound into the home. Find out how the two brands worked together to design speakers that double as adaptable pieces of IKEA furniture.

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Experience Music From the Inside Out with Sonos and the Google Assistant in New York

The National, Holly Herndon and some of the world’s most exciting artists are coming together for an immersive, multi-sensory exploration of music and sound, powered by Sonos and the Google Assistant. In early June, the Brilliant Sound Experience will open its doors in New York City for a limited time.

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Mix Master Mike: How the Beastie Boys Turntablist Finds Unexpected Inspiration in His Huge Vinyl Collection

Mix Master Mike has been the Beastie Boys’ resident DJ and turntablist since 1998’s “Hello Nasty.” These days the musical pioneer bounces between a variety of projects, from spinning for Cypress Hill to working on a solo virtual reality album. He’s also been live-scoring the emotionally charged Live & Direct tour for the Beastie Boys Book. We caught up with Mix Master Mike on the road in Paris to…

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How To Turn Sonos into a Music-Powered Party Game

It’s simple. Each round features a music-focused prompt that can only be answered with a song. Just gather some friends and fire up the Sonos queue.

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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 democratizing 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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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…

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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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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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