Your relationship with your iPod is akin to the one you have with your dentist — check in sporadically but don’t invest too much time or money.
Rather than expose your outdated music library by playing cheesy tracks from Now 2007 at your next party, tune in to Museradio.
Started by friends/experts Lilly Ladjevardi (music) and Olivia Koerfer (tech), the site is ripe with inspired, edgy playlists guaranteed to get any party started. The duo pulls everything from long-lost David Bowie tracks to obscure Serbian indie funk, so expect the unexpected.
The free, live-streaming platform’s organization is rather cognitive, prompting you to pick via desired mood, such as Gourmet Waltz (slinky tango and gypsy songs for dinner by the fire) or Sunny Afternoon (best enjoyed with a Pimm’s).
New playlists are added each month, so brush up from time to time.
Available online at museradio.fm.
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