Photos: Stones Throw Put On a Fresh House Party at Sonos Studio’s PLAY Art Installation

Sonos Studio is an acoustically-designed gallery that celebrates music listening, and here you can experience their Sonos Wireless HiFi System. Currently their new audio visual installation PLAY – A Visual Music Experience, created by Brooklyn technology artist Aramique and Fake Love, immerses you in the feel of sounds throughout a home; and of course, the best way to submerge in this experience was by throwing a rad house warming party hosted by the label Stones Throw Records. We were astounded by the details placed in this amazing space: drinks, books, the inevitable broken glass, beautiful people, great music by Stones Throw Records DJs and leader, Peanut Butter Wolf from their very own catalog — and fantastic lighting created a killer atmosphere. Thanks Sonos for having us at your home!

PLAY – A Visual Music Experience is open to the public to experience at Sonos Studio Wednesday – Sunday from  12–6 p.m. until December 29.  Do it.

Photography and Words:  Farah Sosa

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