It's finally December, which means you probably have about 47 holiday parties already lined up. That's a lot to prepare for. Knock the playlist off the to-do list for all of them with this holiday collection.
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If you've never sung karaoke, it might seem like a nightmare. You're standing in front of a bunch of random people, singing all by yourself, and praying the monitor with the lyrics doesn't go out. But a lot of your fears are unfounded, and there are plenty of things you can do to ease yourself into the spotlight.
When you need to focus, it helps to have the right music. Music For Programming is a handy little online tool with an hour-long playlist of non-vocal music designed to help you stay in the zone.
Google has a lot of confusing music services, but Play Music is one of the best and now it's getting a little better. A new update rolling out to the mobile and web apps brings a new focus on finding the music you like at just the right time.
When we need to focus on the task at hand, some of us reach for our earphones — but you might not be getting your best mileage with today’s pop hits. Meanwhile, Brain.fm uses cold, hard science to stream music that’s proven to boost your productivity.
'Weightless' is an eight-minute relaxation track created by therapeutic sound therapist Lyz Cooper. According to a study by market research firm Mindlab International, it is capable of reducing the listener's anxiety and physiological resting levels. If you're feeling stressed about the start of a new work week, give it a burl.
In case you somehow haven't heard by now, US baseball team the Chicago Cubs won the World Series against all odds. Why are Americans going absolutely wild over this? Because it was the Cubs' first World Series win in 108 years. Even if you don't follow baseball, that's a great achievement. To celebrate, here's a playlist of the Cubs' postseason walk-up music.
Android: Noon Pacific is one of our favourite music services. Every week you get fresh, new music in a curated playlist delivered right to your phone or mailbox. Its Android app just got a huge update too, one that's worth a look.
Spotify's Year in Music is one of the neatest ways to track your listening habits from the last year, but as the name suggests, it's only good once a year. Visualify gives you a chunk of that data any time you want it.