Apple of my Eye

December was the most bananas month we have ever taken on but let me tell you, it was so worth it. When Sonos and Apple (yes Apple) come calling you better believe we are going to jump right on that bandwagon. Our mission, that we chose to accept, included 10 nights of influencer dinners with the Top 250 people in music. That would include musicians, artists, managers, agents, producers and anything in between. Not only would we host these folks at Wolvesmouth, the uber exclusive – invitation only dinner party in a home – but we also erected 4 major art installations around the home.

Craig Thornton, the chef and installation artist created 4 rooms, Alligator Lounge inspired by Josh Homme Alligator Hour, Peacock Room inspired by St. Vincents “Mix Tape” on Beats radio, Twin Peaks Bathroom, inspired by the 90’s cult classic Twin Peaks and The Hive which was an underground room beneath the kitchen floorboards that boasted the most intense bass ever including the dessert to end the evening.

20 guests per night were invited to explore the rooms during cocktail hour and then sit down for a 7 course meal prepared by Craig and the most amazing Wolvesmouth chefs. When I tell you the food is works of art in itself I am not lying, see for yourself!

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Wolves mouth Dinner Table. Always inspired by Nature.

Now why have these dinners? Well Apple Music is now streaming through Sonos and these 10 dinners were in celebration of that. We played music, we laughed, we ate and we had a TON of fun.

Photo Credit: Tim + Logan Cadiente


Peacock Lounge


Twin Peaks Black Lodge


Viner of the Year

Paper Magazine is a super awesome publication that we follow religiously. Remember  the Kim Kardashian cover for “Breaking the Internet?”, yeah well they were in charge of that. Part of their amazinness comes from the production company arm of the magazine called Extra Extra. Extra Extra called upon us to help produce social media powerhouse VINE party for Viner of the Year.

Taking over a 10,000 sq ft 4 level event space in the heart of Venice Beach was no small feat. We worked with Yeah Rentals, Scopa Restaurant, Classic Party Rentals, American Sign, CYCIK and many more to pull this whole thing together in less than two weeks. The results were fantastic!

Photo Credit: Tomas Urbano of Gorgeous TV

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Rooftop Lounge Set-up

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Main Room Party Area, Vine Sign was 8ft Circumference

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Branded M&M’s

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Branded Beach Balls and Lounge Area in Main Area

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The Property Brothers

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Viner of the Year, King Bach filling out his own Trivia in the Vine Booth Room with branded Vine Cookies!

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Waitress with Scopa’s delicious Risotto Balls


Scopa Sandwiches



When one of the top brass executives at Nike come calling well then you answer. Our client and his wife were turning 40 and are avid sports enthusiast (naturally) and they wanted to incorporate not only good food, music and a killer setting (insert Bel Air Mansion). Inspired by the Fresh Prince himself and ESPN’s 30 for 30 series we came up with a fun yet playful approach to their party. Beach balls filled the pool and 40 cookies boasting the couples “bucket list” was a huge hit.

Catering: Boyz in the Kitchen 

Photos: Smilebooth 

Consultants: Bungalow PR

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LA Darlings


Silversun PickupsSonic GardenSilversun Pickups is a local LA band that is generating a lot of buzz and for good reason. After a long day of launching their album they came into the Sonos Studio for a “picnic” of sorts where guests grabbed grub from the Howling Ray’s Chicken food truck and hung in the make-shift park area that was erected as part of an exhibition taking place. You can never go wrong with food and music…..and booze too of course.



YACHT set the bar high with the introduction to their new album “I thought the Future Would be Cooler”– the latest in YACHT’S ongoing multidisciplinary inquiries into what it means to be a human being in the 21st century; among other things, it addresses the collapse of language, the placeless world of electronic networks, cities, and cultural exhaustion.

Before YACHT- the brainchild of Jona Bechtolt and Claire Evans graced the stage attendees were compounded to a slew of visual treats including contact signs that boasted song lyrics and album art projected on the studio walls. While regaling the crowd with entertaining stories and perfect banter they filled the studio with new scents like new car smell, tangerine and clover dispensed by what looked like an old school fog machine to cleanse the palette in between the 5 featured songs.

The moody blue lighting, sharp songs, great conversation and Golden Road beer made this one for the memory books and anything but an ordinary event.



No sleep till Brooklyn

When two legends like actor/comedian Michael Rapaport and Mike D of the Beastie Boys get together to discuss Men’s Health and Music you know its going to be good. For almost two hours the pairs comedic banter ping ponged between the state of Hip Hop and Prostate exams. No subject was safe and they both had the crowd of 120 roaring with laughter.
Brought together by a mutual respect for both The Movember Foundation and Sonos they recorded the conversation for Michael Rapaports podcast “I am Rapaport Stereo Podcast”.  LISTEN HERE

Kiss from a Rose

Seal, the performer, is so dreamy and his voice is second to none, its incredible. When Warner Brothers Records wanted to host an Album Release party for his album “7” at Sonos Studio we were thrilled and super psyched to work with this iconic artist.

Due to overwhelming interest we had to move locations to accommodate all the fans. So on a warm October night Seal serenaded the crowd at The Sayer’s Club in Hollywood. It was a pretty awesome event and we can’t thank our caterer, Kreate Catering, enough for rolling with the changes and making some excellent grub for everyone.