Looking for something new to listen to? Discover new music and make great playlists with these 4 tools.
INTRO: Hi, I’m Michael Charboneau, and this is Netted Does.
OPEN: The right playlist is essential to just about any activity, whether you’re throwing a party, going on a roadtrip, or cleaning the kitchen sink. But you can’t construct a dope playlist by listening to the same 12 songs every day. Luckily, the Internet is really good at helping you find awesome stuff to fill your ears.
PLAYLISTS.NET: This next one is my personal favorite: Playlists.net is an online community for creating playlists across all kinds of genres and styles. I’m talking everything from Caribbean Dancehall hits to a playlist inspired by Tom Haverford from Parks and Rec. Choose one and listen to it right in Spotify. It’s a little like exploring your local record store, minus the mildew.
WHITE LABEL: If you follow hip-hop, you know that a lot happens on Twitter, so why not use it to find new tracks? White Label does it for you—grab this app to browse a feed of songs from up-and-coming artists and see what they’re tweeting, so you can always be in the loop.
SOUNDSGOOD: Once you’ve broadened your horizons a bit, Soundsgood is where you can create your own playlists with songs from SoundCloud, Spotify, YouTube, and even Deezer. No matter where you listen, you can keep it organized here, and share your playlists just by sending a link.
SOUNDS: Then you establish yourself as a bona-fide influencer with the Sounds app. It lets you share clips of your favorite songs on Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook Messenger and more, so you can dazzle all your friends with your impeccable taste.
CLOSE: And for cleaning the kitchen sink, it’s all about the Commodores. Listen to “Reach High” and marvel at how those grease stains come right out. I’m Michael Charboneau, and this is Netted Does.