PX: a revolutionary user experience

At Bowers & Wilkins, we’ve always believed that nothing should get in the way of you and your music. Because when you care about music, you want to be able… Read more

The new 700 Series: Exceptional midrange sound for your home

The new 700 Series marks the arrival of class-leading sound, engineered from innovative, studio-grade materials, straight to your living room. We explore why the all-new technologies included in our latest… Read more

Uncompromising sound. For uncompromising cars.

McLaren and Bowers & Wilkins. A partnership born out of passion and unrelenting attention to detail. A collaboration that is re-writing the rules of acoustic performance in the world’s most… Read more

What happened at the London PX launch event

On Wednesday evening, in the heart of bustling east London, special guests were invited to the official UK launch event of PX, Bowers & Wilkins first noise cancelling headphone. Taking… Read more

Album Review: Godspeed You! Black Emperor – Luciferian Towers (Constellation)

A light on the horizon Just in case you fail to pick it up in their music Godspeed You! Black Emperor’s sixth release contains a manifesto of sorts, certainly the… Read more

Film Soundtrack Review: It (2017)

A twisted playground of sounds within a brilliantly constructed score Let’s be honest, horror movies wouldn’t be half as scary without a disconcerting soundtrack accompanied with pin-point sound design. But… Read more

Loney dear: Emil Svanängen playlist

Loney dear’s performance at the Bowers & Wilkins Sound System stage at WOMAD 2017 was a stunning display full of electronic wonder, captivating vocals and consummate songwriting. But where does… Read more

Album Review: The National – Sleep Well Beast (4AD)

An experimental sonic and lyrical treat The National’s Bryce Dessner seems to be everywhere, he works on so many other projects: the Revenant OST, a ballet, the Planetarium song cycle… Read more

Album Review: Micah P. Hinson – Presents The Holy Strangers (Full Time Hobby)

Gothic opera Having Listened to this fabulously dark tale of gothic Americana it’s no surprise to discover that Micah P. Hinson grew up in a fundamentalist Christian household. The track… Read more