Sharing New Music There’s always that moment where you listen to a tune for the first time and it shakes you to your core. You turn to your friend and ask them for the song title and it instantly becomes one of your forever favorite songs. Making playlists is a great idea to share your love for music with your friends and it can even stir up a conversation or long term memories.
It Makes The Drive More Exciting
When you go for a drive, there are tons of places that you’ll encounter. For example, when you enter a tunnel, you can start playing Leonard Cohen’s “You Want it Darker” or when the rain stops you can play “Everybody Loves the Sunshine.” The great thing about music is that it can always set a theme regardless of where you are or what mood you’re in.
Everyone’s a DJ
With a music playlist, everyone can be the DJ. After one person plays their favorite setlist, you can hand it off to the next person for them to share. It’s like starting your own mini moving club and you won’t even need to project visuals since you have the windows to the outside world. Asking your friends to prepare a short 1-hour playlist is also a great idea so that each person can have their shot at spinning some unique beats.
Make Sure Music is Offline
One of the most important factors to remember is to make sure that the songs are all offline. When traveling, you might encounter areas where cell service is nonexistent. Having songs pre-purchased and pre-downloaded will help avoid those silent moments in the car. Another quick hack is to keep old CDs from your childhood in the car when everyone’s phone dies, then at least you’ll have the chance to still blast an awesome playlist.