Monday 19 January 2015

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music playlist from spotify

Let's say that I'm awake for 18 hours, around 12 of those hours will be spent listening to music. Even from a young age, I've always been really into music. I was one of those kids who would spend hours in their bedroom learning the lyrics from the lyric book, and making up dance routines to show-off in school the next day. Sadly I don't put together dance routines anymore, my appreciation for music hasn't changed. I'm more productive when I've got my iPod on and my headphones in. Well except when I'm reading over posts. I do tend to accidentally write lyrics in my post, read back and have no idea what I was talking about. Ooops.

Currently listening to @helloaycan spotify playlist #lblogger

Something that has been brought down by the music Gods is Spotify, but not any Spotify, 99p for 3 months premium Spotify! I totally feel like I'm stealing from them but at least I don't have to argue with those adverts trying to sell me cold and flu remedies. As part of my bucketlist, I wanted to start creating playlists, and seeing as everything else in my life is so organised, my music should be too. I love to have playlists ready to listen to when you need that little bit of extra girl power, or when you need that pick me up after a long day. Though I listen to most types of music, for my first playlist I wanted to share the music that sums up my main taste in music. It's a mix of punk-pop to alternative to rock. This is the playlist I tend to listen to on a day-to-day basis, and new music is constantly being added.

Take a listen and let me know if there are songs you recommend. If you're a Spotify user, share your playlist below too.