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Listen: Stereomoods

My old trusted Ipod contains 516 songs.
 
But sometimes I like listening to tracks that reflect my current state of mind. 
 
Good thing I’ve discovered Stereomood.
 
Stereomood “turns your mood into music”  by featuring playlists according to your what you’re feeling.

 
And they have music for all the moods you can think of - Happy, calm, smitten, melancholy, energetic, laid back, hypnotic…
 
Or playlists for:

Second Chance
Wouldn't it be nice to have a second shot at life sometimes? Well songs are so lucky they get to be rearranged and sung by different artists. Originals may not always be the best ones, have a listen to this playlist of cover songs and judge...

Night Drive
Drive through the clouds and stay up with the sounds that make you feel like a nightime film villain.  Sounds of Parov Stelar, Jolly Mare, Kavinsky and lots more.
 
Even moods like:

I’m not thinking of you
Just woke up
Spring Break
Absolutely Mad

And  the one on everyone’s list – Sitting on the Toilet
 
You can even buy the songs and get some info on the artists that you like.  See below:
 


This is a wonderful site that is free to use and wonderfully designed.  You can also discover fresh tunes that you can share with friends or post on social media sites.
 
Feeling curious?  How about trying it now?  Here is the link.

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