Every three of four months or so, my buddy Sarah and I collaborate on a ‘Full Day of Music’ playlist. It takes a while to build it up (and it’s an awesome way of discovering new music – we’re both looking for the best tracks to share for it all the time) and, when it ticks over 8hrs, we package it up and share it out.
Volume 4 has just done that and so here it is for your aural enjoyment.
^ just some of the tracks, yo ^
If you’re new to this, Sarah and I have been doing this for just over a year now and, if you’ve missed the other entries in series – worry not; here are the links to Volume 1, Volume 2, and Volume 3 (all ace, btw) respectively.
What else is there to add? Oh, I asked Sarah for some words on this playlist and she spake thus:
“Hits and should’ve-been-hits from the first half of 2016, with a few classics thrown in.”
How about we kick off 2016 with a brand new eight hour playlist, perfect for your ears, phone, office, etc… whatever – just a good solid FULL DAY OF MUSIC as curated by yours truly and my dear friend, Sarah Lang.
I asked Sarah how she might describe volume three, this is legit what she sent back:
‘[AFDoM V3 is] a mix that is up to the two equally important tasks of getting you to strut your stuff on the dance floor and getting you through those moments of existential angst. Or something. And also just great to have on while gsd.’
If you use Spotify and like playlists too, then this blog post is for you.
A little while ago, my friend Sarah and I started putting a Spotify list together of all the best music we were listening to at that time. The playlist went by a different name at that point but now, some 18mths later, we think we’ve finished building it and are ready to share it with the world.
Made up of an eclectic mix of chilled out tunes, electro funk, and the occasional diversion into retro awesome, ‘A Full Day of Music, Vol I‘ weighs in at a hefty 139 tracks and just over 9hrs worth of aural enjoyment.
As Sarah put it herself:
‘[This playlist is a] mix of tunes that we added because they were the perfect track at the moment we were listening to them.’