Faber Social present Cosey Fanni Tutti on the role of music in the writing of Art Sex Music

Pioneering industrial musician and performance artist, Cosey Fanni Tutti discusses the complications of writing about music, in silence, in her recently published memoir Art Sex Music, one of the great,… Read more

Sonic Meditations #1 Pauline Oliveros

Broadcaster and journalist Emma Warren’s new monthly column on listening starts at the source, with the queen of deep listening Pauline Oliveros Most of us hear, in the sense that… Read more

The making of Dragonz, by The Apples.

The Apples new album Dragonz is the Society of Sound release for March. Though containing disparate influences, guests and production methods, Dragonz is undeniably The Apples and is possibly their… Read more

Wolfgang Tillmans’ Colourbox compilation available
from Society of Sound

At the centre of Wolfgang Tillmans’ extraordinary retrospective, currently showing at The Tate Modern, is the Playback Room, featuring a pair of 800 D3 speakers showcasing experimental British 80’s band,… Read more

Faber Social present: David Keenan on music and memory

Faber Social is the unerringly cool arm of London’s Faber & Faber publishing house. Over the coming months we will be featuring exclusive essays, extracts and articles from some of… Read more

Adrift – making cosmic music

Adrift is an engaging marriage of art and science that takes place online, in exhibitions, in the space around the Earth and in this evocative video. The merging of art… Read more

Making Wandering Heart by Brooke Sharkey

Brooke Sharkey’s Wandering Heart is the Society of Sound release for January, and in this blog, Brooke gives us some further insight into the creative process of making the album… Read more

Our favourite European Jazz albums

This collection is by no means definitive and doesn’t always go for the obvious choices of an individual artist’s recordings, but right here and now these are what we would… Read more

Sir Kenneth Grange – the man who changed loudspeaker design forever

Bowers & Wilkins is 50 years old in 2016. As part of the celebrations of these five decades in the world of high-performance audio, we are running a series of… Read more