Press play on one of the above players to fire up that entire SIDE, or you can push the UP NEXT buttons to choose which mix tape you want to start your listen at. New mixes will be added on the regular (and there is already hours & hours of music contained on each "side").
** MIX TAPE RADIO runs on Mixcloud, which is free for anyone to use. I don't think you even need an account to listen—but if you find you like using it—you can always signup for a free listener account and get Mixcloud's free app for your phone. CLICK HERE for more info about MIX TAPE RADIO **
If you think about it, Spotify playlists are a lot like Mix CDs. Except better. Take the above playlist.
You can save this 420 track playlist for offline listening and then throw it on shuffle anywhere you go, whether there be wifi or not. And if you hit the 'Follow' button, not only will you save this playlist for easy access the next time you need a trusty 24 hours worth of non-repeating music, but anytime new songs are added to the mix, everything auto-magically updates on your end. Modern mix cd on steroids.
The same perks apply to any other human-made playlist you might find on Spotify—a great selection of which you'll be able to find on HIGH FIVE FOR example…
** In order to listen to a Spotify playlist, you need a Spotify account. You can get a free account, but they come with frequent commercials & you can't save any playlists for offline listening. CLICK HERE for more info on #HI54MIXCDS **
Because MTV long ago abandoned the idea of playing music videos all day, and because pressing shuffle on a bunch of music videos is a nice alternative to turning on the FM radio…
… I've got a big ol' Youtube playlist going that I will continue to fill with music videos (new and old) so you can press play on the above player (which is already set to shuffle) or you can go listen/subscribe on Youtube whenever the feeling to veg out on some music videos takes your fancy. I call it FM/TV because f mtv right?
I had completely gone off using Soundcloud awhile back - but then I started using SubmitHub and all of the sudden I was listening to a whole bunch of Soundcloud songs again. So I figured… why not collect all those Soundcloud songs I liked on SubmitHub and put them into monthly playlists? Y'know, like this:
…but until then
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