Musicopnik - introducing DJ TJ
tysmagic last edited by
For years I have made small playlists for colleagues at work. It started when I was a manager that worked late from time to time in a prior role and I would play radio DJ through my email communications as we dwindled toward closing time. I've kept the habit up through other roles and I enjoy sharing my musical rides.
I've recently started doing it again in my new-ish job and it's getting some fun response. The one today is particularly pleasant so I am here to bring Oppo the pleasantness - mostly SFW as this is goes out to my peers and above when I blast it to the team.
And since you asked, here are the links to a few others I've created:
DJ TJ Country Friyay - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkdCTM1ZobgSYwhjI8EcrMdTKsx9n9uDG
DJ TJ Post Modernism - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkdCTM1ZobgQc-zIr_GFkn4NnMqoWJp5f
DJ TJ The Radio Experience - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkdCTM1ZobgQ88gWhsWtnv1RseqZDnIpN
When I say DJ here I mean more in the radio sense, not the mixing the beats way. I will work on some craftiness for these if they're well received here. If not, well I like to share them anyway
MUSASHI66 last edited by
@tysmagic I only went through the first one. Good songs, but feel like distinctly two separate moods and music styles. Basically, all the chill remix ones are one, and all the 60's are another one, for me. YMMV.
ZHP Sparky - the 5th last edited by
@tysmagic Good stuff on the first list but doesn't quite hit the same without the overwhelming smell of an A&F store
Post Modernism was cool and enjoying The Radio Experience right now. This means I'm officially an old man, doesn't it?
I finally got a Spotify premium account again after a hiatus of a few years trying various other things that never worked out. Always enjoy finding new music or even hearing stuff I haven't paid attention to in a long time so keep it coming!