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Joseph Arthur’s Redemption City new Society of Sound album

If there’s such a thing as the opposite of writer’s block, Joseph Arthur has it. The Akron, Ohio-bred/Brooklyn, NY-residing singer/songwriter, who once released four EPs in the span of as… Read more

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New Robert Fripp collaboration and classic Ravel on Society of Sound

Fripp originally came to widespread public attention via his group King Crimson but his performance and recording career has spanned five decades including work with Brian Eno, David Bowie and… Read more

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Mahler’s Third Symphony and Portico Quartet’s third album now available through Society of Sound

Portico Quartet very graciously agreed to perform at our P3 headphone launch last week and have also agreed to make their eponymous latest album available as a studio-quality download via… Read more

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Eric Whitacre’s Water Night on Society of Sound in stunning studio-quality

Eric Whitacre’s new album, Water Night, is now available in stunning 24-bit/96kHz studio-quality via Society of Sound. In this exclusive interview, Whitacre discusses how he achieved the incredibly natural sound… Read more

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Thomas Dolby previews first album in two decades on Society of Sound

Electronic music legend Thomas Dolby is back with his first album in almost two decades. A characteristically eclectic mix, the album is his most personal yet and features Regina Spektor,… Read more

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Watch new Brit-folk band Urusen recording at Real World plus new LSO Live recording

Urusen are this month’s artists chosen by Peter Gabriel and Real World Studios. Combining intrinsically British folk with contemporary Americana to make wistful yet uplifting music, they also clearly enjoy… Read more

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Society of Sound present Mahler’s 5th Symphony from LSO Live

Along with Beethoven’s eponymous 5th, Mahler’s 5th Symphony is one of the most recorded works on the planet. So there have to be some very good reasons to justify a… Read more