Three holiday playlists
Here we are and it is now after American Thanksgiving, so I hope everyone is ready for Christmas! If not, cover your eyes and don’t look at this post until Thursday, December 1! If that’s still too soon, go live in the 1640s when the celebration of Christmas was against the law, maybe that will please you!
I should have a number of Christmas projects to share with you this year, but to kick things off, here is some music for you to enjoy!
I have assembled three different playlists to share with you. They are, as follows: garbage christmas, best christmas, and chag chanukah sameach y’all.
This playlist is designed to be the worst Christmas listening experience possible. There is a drinking game that goes along with it, so try to listen at parties. I do not advise listening alone. The rules to the game are as follows:
- If you swear, including taking the Lord’s name in vain, as a result of the music, drink
- If you say some variation of “What IS this???” drink
- If you demand that I skip a song, finish your drink
- If you demand that I turn off the whole playlist, finish your drink plus the drinks of the people on either side of you
Please listen to garbage christmas responsibly.
Somewhat counter-intuitively, not literally a playlist of what I feel are the best Christmas songs. Instead, this is just some pretty solid Christmas party jams with a few mid-tempo joints in there for variety. If you have followed this blog for a while, some of these songs might be familiar to you, because they are songs I like, SO SUE ME.
This is a Hanukkah playlist, duh. It has sixteen tracks, so you can listen all at once, or two songs per night or whatever? It is a mix of traditional songs and new songs in a variety of genres and tones. There are zero versions of the dreidel song, so maybe that’s a flaw or maybe that’s a plus, I dunno, you do you.
Please feel free to share these if you like them or let me know if you discover a cool thing that you like now.