AJ Blog Network, a blogger network comprised of audiophiles and music obsessives, is spotlighting its new Music Mondays feature. The weekly column includes themed playlists and listening recommendations for its reader base.
Online PR News – 28-May-2012 – Brooklyn, NY – AJ Blog Network, an aggregate blogging network of news and lifestyle blogs that covers topics ranging from sports journalism to fashion tips, is spotlighting its new Music Mondays feature. Available online at http://www.AJBlogNetwork.com, the weekly Music Mondays column has, since the start of 2012, featured music recommendations and themed playlists ranging from “Favorite Cover Songs” and “Nostalgia” to “Cheaters and Cheating” and “Sex and Drugs.” Complemented by the bloggers’ witty personal commentary, the popular blogs feature is a must-read for music devotees looking to expand the horizons of their listening libraries.
“Music is life. Where would we be without ‘I am the walrus goo goo goo g’joob’ and other meaningful lyrical mantras? It’s what gets us through the mundanity of everyday life,” said Dr. Eric Marmon, Content Department Manager at the off-beat blogging network. “That’s where AJ Blog Network’s Music Mondays column comes in. There are few things more miserable than a Monday morning, but with our uplifting variety of songs and themed playlists, the weekly return to the office won’t seem so despicable. I’m pleased that our music choices can enable our readers to relax and chill out throughout the work day.”
One theme recently covered by the blogger network in its weekly musical roundups was “Foreign.” The extensive playlist, which features musicians ranging from legendary singer-songwriter Serge Gainsbourg to the band Foreigner, compiles a compelling selection of songs that all loosely adhere to the central theme. As the songs are selected by a diverse group of bloggers, the playlist showcases more variety than most, going from “Diablo Rojo” by Rodrigo y Gabriela straight to a “Turning Japanese” cover by the Presidents of the United States of America, all without skipping a literal beat. Notes one of the bloggers, the playlist resembles Gwyneth Paltrow circa 1998: an American who can speak with a slight British accent and get away with seeming cultural for it.
For listeners who favor upbeat tunes, the blog community recently published a “Goofy”-themed playlist, which delivers a heavy dose of silly-goodness. With selections from quirky standbys like Weird Al Yankovic to relative newcomers like the Flight of the Conchords, the track list is sure to keep listeners’ spirits uplifted. Songs like “I Like Your Mom” by the Bouncing Souls and “Bicycle Race” by Queen are irresistible ear candy that’s virtually impossible not to dance along to.
To listen to AJ Blog Network’s Music Monday features and peruse its extensive catalog of articles, find the blog community online at http://www.AJBlogNetwork.com.