Sonos Studio, known for their acoustically-designed space hosting creative exhibitions, intimate concerts (Hennessy x Future x Sonos), listening parties, and more, premiered their newest interactive art installation, “Play – A Visual Music Experience” with Stones Throw Records providing the tunes for the evening on December 5, 2013.
Beautifully created by noted Brooklyn technology artist Aramique and Fake Love, this 4,000 square foot studio was transformed into a floor plan of a house containing a living room, bedroom, bathroom, and dining room. Guests get to wander around, pick a room, play a track, and see how the music fills the room with sound and vivid colors to match the chords and tempo of each song.
The event presented a definite house party vibe with plenty of intimate corners to get lost in conversation, a mirrored bathroom for selfies, and endless drinks provided by Titos Vodka.
And what better sounds to fill the rooms with other than a curated playlist of music from the Stones Throw catalog, followed by live DJ sets from Peanut Butter Wolf, Knxwledge, and Pyramid Vritra to close out the night.
Be sure to stop by PLAY – A Visual Music Experience for yourself, which is now open for the public to fully experience at Sonos Studio Wed.-Sun., 12-6pm. For more information, please visit http://www.sonos.com/studio.
Recap & photos by: Leebox