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Pinkunoizu’s The Drop: track by track

Danish Krautrock-popsters Pinkunoizu’s wonderful new album, The Drop, is available as a studio-quality download from Society of Sound. Here they take us through the album, track by track:   The… Read more

Rough Trade recommends: Daughn Gibson's Me Moan

Rough Trade recommends: Daughn Gibson, Me Moan

It’s probably best to get the elephant out in the open right at the start. I know there are many marmite voices (some misguided people think Bob Dylan can’t sing?),… Read more

CEDIA 2013 Best Integrated Home Winner with Bowers & Wilkins speakers

CEDIA 2013 Best Integrated Home winner with Bowers & Wilkins speakers

At this year’s CEDIA 2013 Awards, the Best Integrated Home (£100,000 – £250,000) category was won by Grahams Hi-Fi using Bowers & Wilkins CCM683 ceiling speakers throughout. Once again, we… Read more

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Classic Album Sundays’ Colleen Murphy listens to Stevie Wonder’s “Living for the City”

It is difficult to choose “the best” Stevie Wonder album, as his classic canon of work from the seventies has been an indelible score to many of our lives. After… Read more

Bowers & Wilkins and Maserati: Seven Notes

Bowers & Wilkins and Maserati: A partnership in sound

Discover the shared manufacturing ethos of Bowers & Wilkins and Maserati, and how this joint passion comes together in the Seven Notes project. Maserati and Bowers & Wilkins share a… Read more

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Maps – Top 10 favourite headphone tracks

Maps’ new album Vicissitude, all skittering electronics and dreamy pop songs, is this month’s featured album on Society of Sound. We asked the man behind the album, James Chapman, which tracks… Read more

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Seven Notes: Gilles Peterson’s top 10

It’s fitting that one of London’s favourite adopted DJ’s, Gilles Peterson, DJ’ed at the final Seven Notes show in Clerkenwell. From his Talkin’ Loud and Acid Jazz  labels to his… Read more

Graham Hi-Fi Recommends Aaron Neville

Music for your speakers: Aaron Neville’s Warm Your Heart

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

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James ‘Maps’ Chapman on recording his album, Vicissitude

To write Vicissitude, James Chapman, aka Maps, returned to his home in Northamptonshire, the place where debut album We Can Create was recorded in its entirety on 16 track –… Read more