Tom Cawley on recording ‘Captive’ for Society of Sound

The distinctive sound of Curios owes all to the group’s chemistry and the unrivalled interplay between the musicians. Formed by pianist and composer Tom Cawley, we asked him about their… Read more

See our biggest sound ever: Sound System debut at Primavera Sound Barcelona.

Born of a dream to bring true hi-fi sound quality to huge, outdoors venues, Bowers & Wilkins Sound System debuted at Primavera Sound Barcelona. Four Sound System speaker stacks, each… Read more

Edwyn Collins live on Society of Sound

For our latest Society of Sound studio-quality download, Edwyn Collins performs live at Little Big Beat studio in Liechtenstein. This intimate live recording includes favourites such as ‘Rip it Up’… Read more

Introducing Bowers & Wilkins Sound System

Music is meant to be shared; nothing beats the rush of experiencing music with others. But there’s a catch. Although concerts and live events are often fantastic, all too often… Read more

Win tickets to see Roddy Woomble at Kings Place

Familiar to many thousands of music fans as the front man in Scottish rock band Idlewild, Roddy Woomble is also a celebrated songwriter and performer, whose naturally poetic writing and… Read more

Hollie McNish performs Mathematics live at Abbey Road Studios

Hollie McNish performs Mathematics live at Abbey Road Studios. Hollie’s online videos have repeatedly gone viral, with Mathematics, a poem focusing on UK immigration, receiving over 1 million youtube views… Read more

Watch: Exclusive Amos Lee Sound Session

Last month Amos Lee performed an intimate VIP-only sound session at Le Poisson Rouge in NYC. His set featured songs from his upcoming release ‘Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song‘out… Read more

Music for your speakers: Hugh Masekela’s Hope

Not only do they sell the world’s finest hi-fi, but Graham’s Hi-Fi shop in Islington, London also stocks a carefully chosen selection of CDs and vinyl. So who better to… Read more

Sir Colin Davis’ final recording on Society of Sound

Sir Colin Davis was – in many ways – the founding father of LSO Live. When the decision is made to start a new classical record label you need some… Read more