It’s an assumption that we all love music, I know that I do and I take my tunes really seriously.
Music aids my emotions, sometimes it even justifies them but one thing I know for sure is that any self care activity is undeniably enhanced when my music is on.
Why I ever deleted my Spotify app – I don’t know. Maybe it was the annoyance of having to pay to skip a song but I found my way around that this time.
During lockdown I was asked by a friend to create a joint playlist. This set me on a playlist creating frenzy to which lead me to the discovery that on your own playlist, you can skip as many songs as you like! ( Update – no you can’t )
If you already knew this, you’re a genius and why did you not share it with me? If not, then it’s a pleasure.
Truthfully I’m not entirely sure if this is a hack and if it actually does work. So don’t trust me on this one but try it.
The way I find new songs is not via playlists but rather through the artists and songs I already like. If you click on an artists profile and scroll down it will show the artists radio playlist – click on that and almost every time, you’ll find a new track that fills your inner being with joy.
The In Space Playlists
I have created these three playlists, one together with a friend. On these playlists you’ll find a blend of indie, new wave and alternative tunes.
All the songs on this playlist contain words in their title that relate to the morning. Not all songs have a morning feel but they’re all exceptional – if I say so myself.
This playlist consists of all songs that contain words in their title that relate to the night time, contrasting – I know. Like the playlist mentioned before not all these songs have a night feel but they’re all, yes, EXCEPTIONAL!
This playlist was created by myself and a friend of mine. It offers you a mellow mood of indie alternative and new way tunes.