I’ve been running for the last two months (not continuously), and I’ve experimented with some sort of audio accompaniment to help pass the time. I started off listening to podcasts, and while this helped me get through more of my podcast backlog, listening to podcasts doesn’t really give me that extra oompf to get up…… Continue reading The music that helps get me up those hills
I came across music by Emancipator in one of my Spotify playlists. I started to dig into some of the albums, and I really enjoy this music for general background music, as well as for work. A great starting point is this Spotify playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/spotify/playlist/37i9dQZF1DZ06evO3XBt1C?si=wWkJobsXQQuCc_XzmsFD_w Here’s some more information about Douglas Appling, aka Emancipator, in…… Continue reading Starting my week with rhythmic inspiration from Emancipator
I’m a recent convert to Spotify and I’m really enjoying it. I discovered this playlist that has some great, new (to me) music that’s perfect to relax with: https://open.spotify.com/user/spotify/playlist/37i9dQZF1DWU0ScTcjJBdj?si=LFXGltHvTvm2B_5lRg50Mg One of my new favourites from this playlist is this one from Little May: https://open.spotify.com/track/23Zlb66N7xcIWbpt2C1bsi?si=yeQ8jPIWS9-LPY5_mOnbFg Photo by Eric Nopanen on Unsplash
My work day is powered by my SoundCloud mix, “Music to smooth my work days” and one mix by Sam Feldt, in particular, works well for me today.
Music plays a huge role in my life. I listen to a lot of music and I’m pretty picky about my music. I’m not even remotely an audiophile but I don’t bother with crappy quality music downloads. I want 256kbps at a minimum and I prefer the AAC format. I’ve started listening to music on…… Continue reading Music for work