You know the drill. You are having a party, you can’t find the music. You are enjoying a nice bath, you can’t find the music for the mood. You are driving the car, the radio is a pain and you can’t find the music you want to use.
Imagine if there was a service that provided decent music, good quality, great range, random selections when asked, and was under £15 a month…
Wait for it, hang on, it’s coming to me… I’ve got it… Spotify.
Spotify have every song you can quite imagine, from something that your dad mentions randomly in passing, the artist that Ed Sheeran mentions in Castle on the Hill, Craig David’s first ever song, the first album you ever bought (Kelly Clarkson, Breakway…) and even more. It also has all the Busted songs you can dream of. Enough said.
My favourite new thing that Spotify have bought out, is the ‘Daily Mix’ – it randomly selects music that is similar, that you have listened to recently, and adds it to a playlist.
However, watch out, if you have a husband who likes rock and metal… sometimes this can join your lovely McFly album…
In terms of cost, you can enjoy the free version, but you get adverts. I would advise the family version, 6 accounts, all for £2 something a month.
What’s your first album you ever bought?
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