Rob Young on how music echoes nature in the epoch of the Anthropocene.
Bang & Olufsen's podcast goes on stage in the Big Smoke. Featuring director Peter Strickland, sound designer Eloise Whitman, and Sound Matters' Tim Hinman.
Listen to a mix by Coby Sey, part of our ongoing collaboration with NTS Radio showcasing the artists who define contemporary music
Check out our top picks of the best podcasts currently out there, compiled by B&O PLAY HQ staffers, with a focus on sound, design and craft, naturally.
B&O PLAY and NTS Radio continue the Parallel Visions series on Thursday 5 October in London, showcasing artists who define contemporary music culture.
Find out how sound and music forms the core of so many of our essential experiences: watch B&O PLAY's Listening Matters – our new ongoing video series of sonic manifestos.
Meet the artist, musician, designer, record label runner and all around cultural synaesthete, Bill Kouligas.
Sound artist and podcast producer Tim Hinman on music, storytelling and tuning your ears to the world.
WHERE'D THE RUCKUS GO?! Transcendental sound and vision through the glitch
Find out how the legacy of astronaut, scientist and musician Ron McNair has inspired a new series of parties, supported by B&O PLAY.
We visit London's Kew Gardens and meet the artist Wolfgang Buttress who guides us through his sculptural installation, The Hive.
Part three in a series of posts celebrating the Rio Olympics and the rich relationship between music and athletics
Part two in a series of posts celebrating the Rio Olympics 2016 and the rich relationship between music and athletics
Part one in a series of posts celebrating the start of the Rio Olympics 2016 and the relationship between music, athletics, and getting in the zone
From making experimental industrial music to recording sounds for David Attenborough's BBC wildlife television programmes, and World of Warcraft game, one thing unifies the career of influential British sound artist and field recordist Chris Watson: the power of sound.
Sit back, close your eyes and tune in your ears – join us on a journey to musical freedom via the new lands imagined up by jazz in the 1960s. Our guide: Derek Walmsley, Editor of The Wire music magazine.
Putting music first in the the age of Insta-fame, the influence of J Dilla and early hip hop, and being thankful for hippie parents: we caught up with singer-songwriter Nico Yaryan as he hit the road on his way to a Noon Pacific recording session in Sonoma, California.
"A journey into a night that will lead you to the first rays of the morning light." Listen to a mix put together by film festival programmer, writer and music lover, Francesco Giai Via
Find out how back at the start of the 1900s, the first real innovators of synthesised musical instruments were Soviet Russians, working towards a musical revolution.
Listen to a mix of work by artists who will be featured in the First Edition music festival in Stockholm, by John Chantler
Listen to a mix by the artist and musician Benedict Drew, featuring sounds and music by Tod Dockstader, Eric Dolphy, Broadcast & The Focus Group, John Carpenter, Beatrice Dillon and others
Listen to a mix by the UK based artist and musician Paul Purgas, looking at work that has made connections across different artistic disciplines and created a wider set of relationships between sound, performance, contemporary art and design and more.
"Frenzy, intensity, passion – those are manifestations of where I want to go," declares Arrington de Dionyso, a painter and musician who seeks the primal nature of sound and image.
Listen to a playlist about music and architecture including folk song, vintage jazz, renaissance choral music, modern composition, electronic beats and the bioelectric sounds of fruit.
We braved the rain to meet up with the London musician and speak about his Mercury Prize nomination, collaborating with scientists and Instagramming the everyday.
Meet Pedro Winter. DJ, Producer, former manager of Daft Punk and owner of the legendary Ed Banger Records.
Active Noise Cancelling Headphones are great. Unfortunately, far too often, they compromise sound quality.