New month, new music! As the world opens up this April, and the After Times seem to be approaching with their promise of a fresh start, there’s really no excuse, people. Spring cleaning awaits. Our correspondent Julie Chang Murphy has created the perfect music playlist of what to listen to in the month of April, and the theme is what to list to when you need energizing songs and music to motivate you for spring cleaning. To get your Marie Kondo on, just press play here. Get ready dust bunnies. We’re coming for you . . .
Saint Patrick’s Day is nearly here, and it’s time to start the party! What’s the best playlist for the St. Patrick’s Day celebration this year? Our correspondent Julie Chang Murphy has created the best party music playlist for St Patricks Day, featuring some of the most popular songs from Irish artists. Listen to it here.
Wondering what to listen to in this month of March? Good question. What’s the best playlist for the month of March this year? Dear reader, we think that in honor of International Women’s Month, it’s appropriate to dedicate our March playlist to power ballads from women artists from every era. It’s an all-woman playlist with songs of female empowerment sung by a strong woman. Our correspondent Julie Chang Murphy has created the perfect music playlist for the month of March. And fair warning. It will have you on your feet and belting out your jam before you know what hit you. Listen to it here.
Need some tunes to accompany your Valentine’s Day plans this year? Look no further. Our correspondent Abbie Martin Greenbaum has curated an epic Valentine’s Day playlist of 20 of the best and most iconic love songs ever, both classic and new, from some of our favorite artists.
What’s the best playlist for the month of February 2022? With the year we’ve had since last February, we say it’s time for some music with attitude. So our ace correspondent Julie Chang Murphy has created the perfect music playlist – filled with badass confidence and determination – for the month of February 2022. Forget about nostalgia for the Before Times, circa February 2020. This is the moment we’ve got – so let’s go get it. Press play here. And get in a February groove.