Spark Your 4th of July Playlist with New Music on Sonos
Whether a song is brand new or just new-to-you, discovering something unheard on your Sonos is always an adventure. With 60+ streaming services on Sonos, you have access to all the music on Earth, but where do you start? It becomes easy to lean on old favorites — nostalgic tracks from your childhood, dance tunes from your heyday, or streaming radio stations of your favorite genre — so, just in time for your 4th of July party, we decided to put together a new feature showcasing some of the songs that we’ve been enjoying this summer to help you discover something new on Sonos.
Artist: Robert Glasper
Check this out: If you’re a fan of Jazz and Robert’s earlier music, this is a return to his musical roots.
#ListenOnSonos: This is a great album for relaxing in the living room after a long day, or as background music for a romantic dinner at home.
Dig deeper: Robert Glasper is a fantastic live performer who has completely transformed the Sonos Studio on more than one occasion. To hear his live music is to truly appreciate this one-of-a-kind artist.
Artist: Hudson Mohawke
Check this out: If you’re looking for electronic dance music with some soul. Perfect for relaxing, summer playlists.
#ListenOnSonos: This one has a cool, mellow vibe that’s perfect for listening while you work in the office, or in the bedroom while you’re getting ready for a night out.
Dig deeper: If you’re interested in learning more about the artist — Ross Birchard — behind Hudson Mohawke, you can check out his cover story in The Fader.
Album: The Shape of Brat Pop to Come
Check this out: The album title kind of says it all. Give it a spin if you’re looking for something you can turn up and dance and sing along to this summer.
#ListenOnSonos: This is all-rooms all-groups dance-party style music. It’s also the perfect album to set your Sonos alarm and wake up to, if you’re looking to get up on the right side of the bed.
Dig deeper: If you’re interested in taking the dance party out of your house, you can catch Holychild on tour in cities throughout the US and a show in Japan.
Search any of these artists from your Sonos app to enjoy their new music, as well as their previous tunes all from your favorite music service. Who have you been listening to this month?
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