Picking themes is the easy part, and you’ll be hard-pressed to think of one that hasn’t been tried yet.There are tens of thousands of playlists out there.
After Chinski listened to Simone’s songs, he contacted her to propose that she write a book.
“It seemed like he already viewed music and literature as part of one continuum,” Simone says.
Idea #13: The Instrumental Hip Hop Playlist: It’s Hip Hop without the words so there won’t be anything to distract you.
Lyrics can be a mental nuisance to some when they’re trying to study.
DISCLAIMER: DO NOT PROCRASTINATE BY WATCHING THE VIDEOS!
But, here’s the good news — you will get through this! These are our top fifteen picks to help you through even the bleakest of the bleak all-nighters.
You can browse other people’s playlists online and spend hours listening to songs you know nothing about, or you can make it a habit to talk with people about their playlists (we all have them) and get direct recommendations.
After a while you can have a really random playlist that keeps the creative/memory juices flowing for study.
Again, just try not to fall asleep or into a meditative state while studying for a math exam or reading.
Idea #15: Going Full-Acoustic Playlist: Acoustic guitar great vocals = on the playlist. Idea #16: The Swing Playlist: When was the last time you listened to some quality Swing from the 20s and 30s? Idea #17: The International Focus Playlist: Pick a county or a group of regional nations and build a playlist of the top hits they’re sporting.